Bringing all the pizzazz of Mexican art to life, Foi’s bold and colourful contemporary art is filled with stories that will stimulate kids’ imagination and visual development.
Limited edition of only 50 Giclée prints. Original artwork available, please contact us at email@example.com
Under the right conditions your prints will last 80 - 100 years. A true art keepsake to pass onto future generations.
Paper prints produced on Entrada Rag Bright 300gsm, 100% acid free, 100% cotton rag paper, with 2cm border.
Canvases printed on Canson Infinity water resistant museum canvas 440gsm, stretched and ready to hang.
All prints come with a Certificate of Authenticity from ArtBuds, numbered and signed by the artist.
About Foi Jimenez Jurado
Foi was born in the desert of Mexicali, Baja California in the early 70s, almost in between Halloween and the Mexican Day of the Dead. She was happily raised in a family of two artistic parents and two sisters, in a house full of art, books and animals. Her mother is a painter, and her father, a water colorist and architect. She started to draw almost immediately with crayons, from a young age. She used to always make clay figures, and her favorite TV shows were Gumby, Astroboy, Heidi and the Muppets.
In 1991, she went to Tijuana, on the Mexican and Californian border, to study Graphic Design at the Universidad Iberoamericana del Noroeste, majoring in Industrial Design. She is married to artist Charles Glaubitz and they have two beautiful daughters, Luna and Love. Foi has been teaching illustration and graphic design for the past 10 years. She has participated in many art projects with good friends and also developed her personal project called Rainbow Birds a giant collective colouring book made by artists from around the world to raise funds for art programs in marginized zones in Tijuana.