Born in Buenos Aires in 1991, Juana de Marco has enjoyed drawing since she was a kid. She studied Graphic design at the University FADU and 2D Animation at the Da Vinci Academy, both in her home city. At the age of 21 she got the chance to work as a storyboardist in Plenty, a distinguished motion studio where she discovered the motion graphic world and fell in love with it. A few years later she becomes a proud art director and as an illustrator specializes in character design. With a great love for all urban and the pop culture, she ventured into the creative projects with such major clients as MTV, Nickelodeon, Shell Oil Company, and more. A fan of psychedelic art, cyberpunk aesthetics and dystopian stories, Juana is keen on experimenting with textures, colors and character styles.
My Moon is a robot. That is what it is. A cyborg moon. And she is not alone with the sailors stars speaking her their secrets and hugging strong. Those mysteries are about the humans that do not know that they are here and real. There is only one girl who loves colors and paints who suspects about their existance.