Coco Dávez

Coco dávez Bio

Coco Dávez is her name as a painter, but she is Valeria Palmeiro (Madrid, 1989), one of the new promises of Spanish contemporary art, who drinks from pop art and new realism illustrated.

In 2010, in London, Coco Davez hangs her first artwork in her social networks. She was discovered by the art director of El Mundo (spanish national newspaper), Rodrigo Sanchez, who gives her the first opportunity to work within this medium where she is still illustrating.

From there, her career is meteoric, she has even created her own brand with her latest collection, Faceless, which has already exhibited in cities such as Madrid, Lisbon and Santiago de Chile. She has illustrated the book ‘El año sin verano’ (the year without summer), written by the journalist Carlos del Amor (Espasa Editorial). She has worked for brands like Absolut Vodka, Tommy Hilfiger, Primark, Opel, Ron Barceló or Bankinter.

Currently she is involved in a publishing project that will come to light in the spring of 2017 with the spanish editorial Lunwerg (Planeta). Singers, actors and other opinion leaders in the Spanish culture have already shown their admiration for her pure lines, her colorful work and her simplicity when she paints faceless faces. | @cocodavez 

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