Raquel Quevedo

Raquel Quevedo is a Barcelona-based artist and graphic designer. Her practice runs mixing graphic, sculpture, installation, spatial interventions, digital art, typography, publishing & artist books, focusing on process and glitches.
Recently she has worked for Eli Russell Linnetz, Comme Des Garçon, Loewe, Icon Design, CCCB and artists such as Najwa Nimri and Dulceida.
Her work has been shown, among other places, at Etage Projects Gallery Copenhagen (2021)(2018), L&B Gallery Barcelona (2019), Matadero Madrid (2019), Axel Arigato Gallery London & Göteborg (2018).
Her work has been featured at Vogue, It's Nice That, Printed Pages, Neo2, Vein Magazine, Bound Magazine among others.

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Avda. Generalitat 2
08922 Sta. Coloma de Gramanet
(Barcelona, Spain)



2021 Etage Projects Gallery Copenhagen
«Fluid Crust Surgery» Book + Solo Show
2020 NODO Madrid - Collective,
2019 L&B Gallery Barcelona - Collective 
2019 diMad (Matadero) Madrid - Collective
2018 Axel Arigato Gallery London & Göteborg
2018 Etage Projects Gallery Copenhagen
«Money makes me ugly, Mickey makes me happy» Solo Show
2018 Palo Alto Gallery
Understanding Design Festival Barcelona
«New Realities» 
2017 DADA Gallery
Understanding Design Festival Barcelona
«W.I.P» Collective
2015 2013 2011 Disseny Hub Barcelona
«The Best Design of the Year» Collective
2009 Cripta del FAD AWARD Barcelona
«Traslacions de l'imaginari» Solo Show


Interview, Metal Magazine (2)
Hipsters from Spain
Interview, Betevé
Interview, Metal Magazine (1)
Interview, Barcelonés


It's Nice That
Etage, solo show
Neo2 (1)
Neo2 (2)
Creative Boom
Metal Magazine


Bling Bling Resources
Mirage Exhibition (1)
Mirage Exhibition (2)
Poster design at Studiostore
Demo Design Festival 2014


2016 Bronze, Laus Awards (Integrated graphics-DEMO 2)
2015 Silver, Laus Awards, (Integrated graphics-DEMO)
2015 Bronze, Laus Awards, (Integrated graphics-DEMO)
2013 ADC*E, Typography
2013 Silver, Laus Awards, Typography
2012 Bronze, Laus Awards, Typography
2008 «Professionales en incubación» Award, La Incubadora del FAD