Alberto Miranda was born in Elda (Alicante) on a hot 26th July 1991. Since he was a child he always had a pencil in his hand exploring and scribbling everything he could find. At the age of 12 he already had his first Wacom and was beginning to struggle with Photoshop and the forgotten Freehand. Although he never left traditional media aside, he attended a painting academy for 10 years.
He studied Advertising and PR at the University of Alicante in 2010 until 2014 when he started travelling around Europe and lived in Slovenia for a year.
In 2017 he decided to settle in Madrid working as an Art Director and props designer in audiovisual production. In 2018 he began a journey through different advertising agencies as Art Director while he returned to his passion for illustration and experimental graphic design.
In 2021 Alberto Miranda finally decides to become 100% freelance and dedicate all his effort and creativity to create his own language that is able to express his vision of the world and art. His self-taught nature and his voice can be perceived in each of his works. Obsessed with trying to convey the complexity of postmodernity and late capitalism, he has created his own language with a marked experimental character based on the continuous search for new languages and means of expression.
Alberto Miranda’s work can be frequently seen in media such as: The New York Times, The New Yorker, WIRED, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, The Guardian UK/US, Zeit, The Telegraph, The Economist, Los Angeles Times, Think:Act Magazine, Barron’s, Bon Appetit, Noema, Quartz, Medium, El País, Líbero, G2, etc.