From left to right: Luis, Pabupop, toni, and Jon (El Cármen, Valencia)
Explaining about us is talking about our project. Moscas de Colores (Colour Flies) emerged from a spark in a cloud of ideas for projects that we have created, almost unconsciously, over the years outing on the beers in any city. Endless conversations and discussions and sometimes delirious with many friends. From these discussions and the exchange of experiences and opinions has emerged a world view which we expressed through drawings, and that we don’t consider only ours or exclusive, we consider it shared because to all of these friendships we debt a piece of that reality we live in and, therefore, the illustrations we do. A broad and diverse reality, infinite as COLORS. For this, we are focused on debate, opinion, and criticism, not only because we want to change the world by talking around a table, but because with this project we aim to make this world a little better.
So, if you fancy being a biter FLY and share your views and your opinions: being as you are, working as you work, or knowing what you know, here's your place. Everything can be used to advance, even insults. Moscas de Colores comes up with this idea. We use expressions so often used to hurt and insult others, and turn them up into good design and sense of humor. We want to offer new points of view and you can help us with your participation: give your opinion, debate, show, explain and spread a message. You have the opportunity to help change things. On the site, blog, and social networks sure you find your own way to do.
This claiming project is funded by the realization of products for LGBT people and people who sympathize with these groups so persecuted, stigmatized, and rejected. Transforming insults and ideas to implement friendly drawings we want to do our best to help some things change for the better. All Drawings & Stories are available on t-shirts, printouts, posters, bags, and lots of products. There are many ways of claiming, and this is ours.
Talking about us is talk about good design, sense of humor and recognition; the hallmarks of Moscas de colores.
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|Pabupop||Toni Ferrer||Luis Ramírez||SAR|
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Ruth Carballo Gallego, Sergio Cruz, Jon Landa, Rocío Laguía, María Cano, Mª Ángeles Rodríguez, Francesc Bailón, Pep Giner, Raúl Calero, Ana Yébenes, Jody Skinner, Tobias Hansen, Stuart Konrad Anthony, Görkem G, Ferran, Fekri, Kate, Viktor, Emily, Dimitrios, Kara...
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Posts about Moscas de Colores.
Moscas de colores in Radio 3Pabupop – 02/07/14 –
We post the podcast (in Spanish) with interview that Carola Alba has made us today for the Radio 3 program “Hoy empieza todo con Marta Echevarría”. Liberal homophobia, Nacho Vegas, the gay and lesbian dictionaries, Pimp up an homophobe, Lemon and Queeners and Sanctimonious. On Radio 3, we have taken a look at Moscas de Colores project, spiced with Mika and Nacho Vegas music.Read more
Moscas de Colores finalist in 20Blogs AwardsPabupop – 24/04/14 –
The adventure of participating in the 20Blogs competition organized by the Spanish journal 20 Minutos, finished as finalists. Of 6789 blogs presented, Moscas de Colores was among the 61 selected. On April 24, 2014 we traveled to Madrid to live an exciting experience.Read more
Humor to deactivate homophobic insult and claim sexual diversityPabupop – 08/06/13 –
Moscas de Colores in the media on Sunday June 9. From the interview made us by Joan Castelló to EFE news agency, Moscas de Colores project achieved widespread in the Spanish press. With several publications we perform this collage.Read more
Moscas de Colores in Levante-EMV journal: Marica y bollera, sin complejostoni – 30/05/13 –
Moscas de Colores in LEVANTE-EMV journal: Marica y bollera, sin complejos.Read more
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