Permanent Studio

It feels good to have a permanent studio after years of traveling and working from cafes, airports, and hostels. It’s still quite empty but I’m excited to build it little by little!

Studio in Malmö

“Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes.”
— (Mis)attributed to Edsger Dijkstra, 1970.

The summer is over. Happy to be back to work!

Magoz Back to Work. Animation, Illustration, animator, illustrator.

“Enlightenment is when the wave realizes it is the ocean.”
— Thich Nhat Hanh

“The first 90 percent of the code accounts for the first 90 percent of the development time. The remaining 10 percent of the code accounts for the other 90 percent of the development time.”
— Tom Cargill, Bell Labs

“Discipline is choosing between what you want now and what you want most.”
― Augusta F. Kantra

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt

I added a little indicator on the Blog submenu that shows if there are Daily Posts that you haven’t seen.

A simple and unintrusive way of showing when new content is available.

Daily Blog Unread Posts Notification

I’ve developed a tool to help illustrators to price their work.
I expect to release it very soon!

Pricing Helper. Calculator for illustrators

Crime and Punishment

I had the honor to create an image for the cover of the Dostoevsky’s classic novel. Published by SM.

Crime and Punishment cover. I had the honor to create an image for the cover of the Dostoevsky's classic novel.

I’m writing an article sharing the process behind the animations I created for Wetransfer a few months ago.

Sketches for the Wetransfer animations I did some months ago

Constantly Learning

When I feel down, or unhappy with my work, I remind myself that I’m still learning, and I’ll always be.

Learning is not a means to an end, it’s an end in itself.

Magoz Illustration. Constantly Learning

I enjoy building my own tools.

Quote Calculator for illustrators. Price your work

“There is no favorable wind for the sailor who doesn’t know where to go.”
― Seneca

Daily Blog

I’ll be posting (almost) daily here. WIPs, thoughts, discoveries, and all sorts of short content.
I’m fighting perfectionism and trying to share more of what I’m doing every day.

My Daily Blog is independent of my main blog, so it won’t “bury” my long articles. It’s very minimalistic and doesn’t include any superfluous feature.

I want this space to be clean and simple. Like an empty wall that I will fill little by little, day after day.