works as a motion graphics designer and animator for MTV Networks, as well as
working on other animation and art projects.
From 2000-2004 in Miami, Navas was interactive art director at the
Spanish-language animation channel The Locomotion Channel. Seen on cable
throughout Latin America, the channel won numerous BDA Promax awards for on-air
and interactive design.
Navas has created video projections for concerts, festivals, and events
that have included the Winter Music Conference and Transatlantic Festival in
Miami, raves in USA, Mexico , Peru, Brasil, Argentina, Spain, and Art Basel
Miami Beach, where he and the other members of the Undo Project collective
launched a street guerilla video jamming intervention in the streets of Miami’s
Design District during the art fair’s opening.
Navas’s illustrations, comics, and photographs have been published in
magazines in the U.S., Mexico, and Argentina, including The Miami New Times, and
Mexico City’s Picnic, and he is frequently commissioned to create motion
graphics and interactive design works for diverse corporate and non-profit
A graduate of the School of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona,
Navas also studied painting and printmaking at St. Martin’s School in London and
photography and animation at IDEP and EINA in Barcelona. He has shown his
paintings and drawings, animation, and short films in various venues in
Barcelona and Miami. In 2004, his video for the Argentine band Miranda was
nominated for a MTV Latin America Video Music Award. David Navas
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