Each season, Supremo labels have been designed by recognized painters of the province of Jaen in a defence of AOVE culture and its own, bringing the perfect combination.
Distinguished with the 1st Prize, with the work "Tiempo al pez que picara alguna vez", in the "II SUPREME EVOO Plastic Arts Prize".
Pedro Lindez. "Tiempo al pez que picara alguna vez"
Born in Guarromán, in 1987. Draftsman and portraitist. He has taken the Illustration CFGS at the José Nogué School of Art. Use graphite and markers as a means of expression.
With this work of mixed technique, collage with cardboard and cardboard, graphite and markers shows in first person the other side of olive oil, face B, in which the sacrifice used by a person in the annual olive harvest predominates.
In the work a face appears serious and tired, but satisfied by the work done. This face reflects the earth, previously worked to obtain a good harvest, the vigorous green of the olive and the red, as a sacrifice, a metaphor of "sweating blood".
"To my brother, for so many years collecting together".
Distinguished with the 2nd Prize, with the work "Cara B", in the "II SUPREME EVOO Plastic Arts Prize".
José Vicente Jiménez Llopis. "Cara B"
Born in Úbeda (Jaén), she is currently attending the second year of the Master of Menswear at the ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART, in London, with a scholarship from the Burberry group.
In addition to her work in the world of fashion, she develops another creative facet related to the world of fashion drawing and illustration, making works for various publications, fashion magazines and national press (S-MODA, L'OFFICIEL, ELLE ...) and exhibiting in different places such as London, Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires and Copenhagen.
The work "Man and Olive" is based on the relationship that exists between the two most essential elements for the creation and production of oil. These are the human being, with his hands, and an olive branch, creative source of this raw material.
Distinguished with the 2nd Prize, with the work "Hombre y Olivo", in the "II SUPREME EVOO Plastic Arts Prize".
Tíscar Espadas. "Hombre y Olivo"
Freelance artist, originally from Huelva and studied the Higher Illustration Cycle at the José Nogué School of Art in Jaén.
His work is characterized by its flexibility in terms of artistic styles and my particular taste for editorial illustration and women's portrait.
"Atenea" emerged thanks to his great fascination with Greco-Roman mythology and its legends. An experimental work in terms of techniques used and proportions. It is an intimate painting, warm and with touches to Jaén despite smelling the olive trees from Greece.
Distinguished with the 2nd Prize, with the work "Atenea", in the "II SUPREME EVOO Plastic Arts Prize".
Aurora Rey. "Atenea"
Distinguished with the 2nd Prize, with the work "Space", in the "II SUPREME EVOO Plastic Arts Prize".
Marta Cruz. "Space"