Eye to Pencil
Tuesday, November 16, 2021
06:30 PM
1st Floor 26 Exmouth Market EC1R 4QE
Eye to Pencil

In-person event: Tuesday, 16 November, 6.30-8pm, £10

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Lorena Cantó will talk about her journey through the process she uses as a graphic designer to find the visual identity of a musician through their music, and how it can be turned around to find the best music to stimulate a drawing style. In this talk she will discuss how her own experiences and inspirations as a musician have helped her in the design process.

Lorena Cantó will also be talking in conversation with Luci Eyers about her wider art and musical influences, considering a favourite piece of art from a musician’s perspective. They will discuss what is shared and where ideas diverge when looking from parallel histories of art and music.


Lorena Cantó Woltèche is a professional classical musician and graphic designer. Born into a family of musicians, music is a theme ever present in her work. After pursuing her music education in viola at the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, she now combines her active career as member of the Jubilee String Quartet and her work as a freelance graphic designer specialised for artists. Besides enjoying helping other musicians develop their visual identity, one of her greatest artistic concerns lies in finding the perfect marriage between sound and image. As a designer, Lorena enjoys exploring different kinds of media, combining illustration and photo manipulation.

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