The young illustrator and graphic designer is in charge of posing the image to the cry of the Party.
The Ontinyent City Council, at the proposal of the Society of Festeros of the Holy Christ of the Agony, commissioned the Poster of the Moors and Christians Festivities of 2020 to the local designer Albert Quiñones Borredà (Ontinyent, 1981).
He is an illustrator and graphic and textile designer. A young festive artist who has been fascinated by drawing since he was a child. At the age of eight he received his first drawing classes from his uncle, the Ontinyent painter Juan Montés.
In 1995 he began his professional studies and was trained in textile design in the IES Jaime I in Ontinyent. After several years in the sector, she decided to extend her training in Barcelona, where she graduated in Illustration at the Escola Llotja and in Advertising Graphics at the Massana School. He also has a Master’s degree in 3D design and animation.
He currently works as a textile designer in Muro de Alcoy, and combines this work with a variety of creative assignments.
In the local festive environment, he has made numerous illustrations related to the Moors and Christians Festivals, and his creations (both graphic and textile) have been present in different groups: Mudejars, Gusmans, Mariners, Llauradors, Buccaneers, Berber Moors, Crusaders…
He is also the author of the Matterhorn Year logo, created to commemorate the bicentenary of his birth.
In 2017 he illustrated the story “Jacobo”, published by the Association of Friends of the Three Kings of Ontinyent, of which he is also the creator of the logo.
This 2019 he made the poster of the Moors and Christians Festival of Llutxent.
With an overflowing creativity and imagination that has not abandoned since its inception, their work has its own signs that make them easily identifiable.