There seem to be no boundaries for Pablo Delcan, the designer, animator and illustrator behind the New York City–based design firm Delcan & Company. Despite its small studio close to Herald Square—with, as Delcan describes it, “enough space for three people as we keep 75 percent of the space empty to get our hands dirty”—Delcan & Company has an extensive oeuvre, spanning everything from acrylic paintings to branding projects to book covers to music videos. “For me, what makes this studio special is the broad range of projects we tackle,” Delcan says. “The fact that we are able to jump from one place to the other keeps me on my toes and keeps the work feeling fresh.” This freshness has attracted clients like American Illustration, Atlantic Records, the New York Times, the New York Times Magazine and Penguin Random House. Delcan’s secret weapon? Engaging with the contemporary art world. “I’m always seeking to expand my visual vocabulary and keep it up to date,” he says.
This Mexico City–based photographer’s work unites glamour and adventure.