Carlos Mayo

Graphic Design & Web Development

Selected Projects

Heliot Emil 07132534 Heliot Emil

Pushing the boundaries of creative expression, the Copenhagen–based label HELIOT EMIL explores the lines between form and function through experiments in futuristic streetwear, objects, and accessories. Visual identity, graphic system, website development and e–commerce with Pedro Ajo (2023). Visit website


Sportivo Store is a men's casual clothing store in the centre of Madrid. Thanks to its curated selection of independent labels, Sportivo is an international reference in the fashion sector. Website development and e–commerce, design by Estudio Mendue (2023).
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Julia Plaza

Website design and development with Jose Houdini (2023). Visit website

Gonzalo Hergueta

Gonzalo Hergueta is a Spanish multi-disciplinary creative based in New York City. With a strong focus on design and filmmaking, he has executed campaigns and creative work for corporate giants as well as small, independent clients. Website design and development (2022). Visit website

BUREAU213 B213

Bureau213 is a jewelry-oriented concept space re-contextualizing modern retail systems with a humanistic perspective. Visual identity, graphic system, website development and e–commerce with Pedro Ajo, typeface by Regan Fred Johnson (2021). Visit website (current version edited by client)

Arland Project

Arland Project breaks through boundaries to make individual pieces of art. It has been created to proclaim itself as the new element in the void. Logotype, brand system, website development and e-commerce. Creative direction by Aitor Baigorri, visual content by The Kids Are Right, typeface by Dinamo (2021). Visit website

The Hemp Route

Drawing a circular map as a whole and fragment it by months, the calendar explores the complexities of collaboration; an ode to friendship, to future. Calendar/fanzine design for Hemper, photography by Adriana Roslin (2021). Sold Out

Gabriel Alonso

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In his works, through various formats such as installation, sculpture, photography or video, he investigates contemporary relationships between aesthetics, science and postnature. Website design and development (2020). Visit website

Pedro Ajo APA™

Pedro Ajo is a half Spanish, half Brazilian graphic designer, who combines his job at Studio Dumbar with the development of freelance and self–initiated projects. Website development, design by Pedro Ajo (2020 v1.0, 2022 v2.0). Visit website

Hemper ☀ Made in NEPAL Hemper

Hemper is the story of a journey. A story about culture, craft and impact. Logotype, icon, brand system, website development and e–commerce (2020).


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Collaborative project by Paloma de Casso, Sylvia Perez and Lucía Gómez Meca that emerged out of the global spread of Covid–19. Covid 2020 World Tour poster and letterings (2020). View project

WiseType Foundry

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Independent digital type foundry supplying a wide range of original typefaces. Website development and e–commerce, design by Jacob Wise (2020 v1.0, 2021 v2.0). Visit website

March 2004 March2004

A platform for collaborative publications and events based in the United States and Ukraine. Kerosene playlist artwork (2020). Listen here

Les Fichiers Photographiques LFPShop

A platform to sell books focused on independent photographers’ work and limited edition products. Website development and e–commerce, design by Plus Mûrs (2019). Visit website


Issue 04, concept Closure.
Personal project with Pedro Ajo (2019).


Design furniture and manufacturing studio based in Madrid which aim is to recover the values of durability, sustainability and customized production. Brand identity, custom typeface, website development and e–commerce (2019). Off-line

Design Market Barcelona DMB

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N–E commissioned 6 designers to create a poster for the Design Market Barcelona visual identity, organised by FAD. Poster design and custom typeface (2019). Read article


Magazine for electronic music on and beyond the dancefloor. Website development, design by Tiago Biscaia (2019). Visit website


Platform for the distribution of curated goods made by independent brands. With a multidisciplinary approach, selling designed objects from a wide range of fields and arts. Identity, website design, development and e–commerce (2019). Off-line


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Limited edition of merchandising products for the launching of the project. Merchandising design and production (2019). Sold Out

After Nature

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Cycle of projections of short films at CBA about the post–nature concept, understanding it like a political subject and a place for conflict and negotiation. Digital posters (2019).


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The project is conceived as a free, limitless playground for design experimentation under a different concept in each issue.
Issue 01, concept Experiment. Personal project with Pedro Ajo (2019).

The Oldhaus

Online–only contemporary gallery founded in Barcelona specialized in limited and exclusive collections of art, design and pottery. Website at Naranjo–Etxeberria (2018, ADG Gold LAUS). Off-line


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Spanish Design Through Photography is a book published by La Fábrica that collects Spanish Fashion icons with the best international photographers such as Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, Peter Lindbergh among others. Photobook at Naranjo–Etxeberria (2018).

Temps de Vacances

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Independent printed contemporary art publication edited and created by Adrian López and N–E. The second volume Les Choses showcases emerging and renowned artists from a variety of different branches with the aim to create a critical talk on contemporary art, culture and theory. Magazine at Naranjo–Etxeberria (2018). Buy here

Paloma Cañizares Office PCO

International practice that operates within the fields of architecture, interior design, product editing and trend consultancy. Website development, design by Naranjo–Etxeberria (2018, v1.0) and Estudio Mendue (2022, v.2.0). Visit website


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Creative lab and a craft factory where the process and the care of every detail are always present. Identity, brand language, typeface and website at Naranjo–Etxeberria (2018). Off-line

Terminal Station

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The first book of Jose Antonio Carrera, a photographer who captured the passage of time in Grand Central Terminal Station in New York during different periods between 2011–2014. Terminal Station is not just a photobook, it is a book about time in all its shapes. Photobook at Naranjo–Etxeberria (2017).


Madrid–based brand selection of streetwear staples and cut & sewn pieces reunited under a common idea in every collection. No seasons, no calendar, no rules. Brand language, website development and e–commerce with Pedro Ajo (2017). Off-line


199x music promoter and online music magazine based in Madrid with a very powerful approach led by digital natives. Kinetic identity at Naranjo–Etxeberria (2016, ADG Silver LAUS). Sound On


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Visual exploration about the democratization of graphic design, created by using ignorant aesthetics and the appropriation of advertising language. Fanzine with Pedro Ajo and Miguel Catto (2016).
Last update:
24th of August, 2023