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Hi, I'm Sol.

Art Director. Teacher. Tiger. Roarrr.


From Buenos Aires, Argentina and currently living in Lima, Perú.

I’m an Art Director with a specialization in editorial and print. In 2008 founded a graphic design studio that worked remotely, gathering teams from different disciplines in order to accomplish each project. We had more than 100 clients in 20 different countries, each one with its particularity and needs.

I’ve always been a fan of education in all of its forms so I’m always learning something new, I recently completed and Adobe Photoshop Certification in Beauty, Skin & Makeup (2017). I also teach Typography in different graphic design institutions.



April 2017 – Today


Graphic Designer

I currently work as a graphic designer in the Consumer Innovation department for Ésika.

Jun 2016 – Today

I am the Host of Jessica Walsh’s Ladies, Wine & Design in Lima, which is a space to mentorship and championing others’ work and start giving more visibility to female talent.

Mar 2015 – Today

– Typography
– Editorial Digital Design

Apr 2009 – Today


Founder & Art Director

DISFRAZDETIGRE started as a small design studio that worked remotely to understand the specific needs of each client.


2014 – 2015

MALI – Museo de Arte de Lima

Culture Manager, Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis

The cultural sector has acquired an increasingly importance on social, economic and political matters. Nowadays, cultural activities have an impact on the added value, job creation, social and economic development, as well as strengthening social cohesion processes and citizenship construction.

2009 – 2013

Escuela Da Vinci

Graphic Design

Graphic design, also known as communication design, is the art and practice of planning and projecting ideas and experiences with visual and textual content.


2012 – Now

Graphic Designer

Fundación Huerta Niño

Responsible for the design of promotional materials, as well as special products such as postcards seedlings, bookmarks, presentations and more, who took part in the creation of a visual identity system for Huerta Niño.