© Ramon Pez

© Ramon Pez


Ramon Pez is a creative director and curator, currently based between Barcelona and Mexico City. 

His background combines visual arts and design: is involved in projects where stories and narrative structures mix-up within different media platforms. 

His most recent projects include A History of Misogyny – On abortion book (Laia Abril, Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2018), Oscurana (Antoine D’Agata, Inframundo, 2019), Libyan Sugar (Michael Christopher Brown, Twin Palms, 2016), Ponte City (Mikhael Subotzky, Patrick Waterhouse, Steidl, 2014), Afronauts (Cristina de Middel, Self-publishing, 2012) and the Art direction of COLORS magazine. 

Books designed by Ramon Pez
WOLFGANG - Limited Edition
WOLFGANG² (second edition)