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Cristina Francov

Cristina Francov


Cristina Francov (b. March 4, 1989) is a Mexican self-taught artist and designer. Inspired by oniric activity, she began her artistic explorations at the age of fifteen. In 2012 obtained a bachelor in Graphic Design. She has been formally working both as freelance designer and artist since 2008, creating introspective characters and scenarios, heavily influenced by nature, anthropology, mythology, the occult, the complexity of material life and that what is beyond. Cristina explores the endless possibilities of digital creation along with traditional techniques. She specializes in matte painting (digital) and photography but also works with oil painting.

She has held several exhibitions in Mexico, Chile, Germany, Italy and the UK. You can find her work at: www.cristina-francov.com


Abraxas #2


Edited by Robert Ansell and Christina Oakley Harrington

200 copies only
with an ORIGINAL signed and numbered silkscreen-print by Barry William Hale entitled Regina Phasmatum.

Abraxas Journal #1 Hardback


Edited by Robert Shehu-Ansell and Christina Harrington

171 copies only
grey two-tone cloth, inset
signed woodcut by Francesco Parisi

2.SLIDER Cuatro caras de una virtud

The Metamorphic Self

The artist Cristina Francov talks with Robert Shehu-Ansell about body, vision and transfiguration.


I:MAGE 2014

Our second I:MAGE pop-up ranged across two weeks and multiple sites…

I:MAGE 2013

Our inaugural I:MAGE pop-up opened up a discussion about esoteric art…