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When you live a life embraced with a committed indulgence in what makes you happy, success is more of an achieved lifestyle than an obtainable goal.
Like all solid and experienced freelancers, Graphic Artist Delia Ruiz Malo knows the definition of work. Even more so is her awareness of the incomparable fortune that follows honest exertion - a natural trait commonly found in those who thrive in sport subcultures. What started as a mere hobby through the lens of photography, design became a full-blown dedication when Delia's gusto for snowboarding and surfing effortlessly fused with her freelance career. The self-created startup of streetwear apparel Enaktitud would ultimately enable Delia to stretch creative fingertips within the production of publications, websites and hardgoods in the boardsports industry worldwide.
Delia's natural appeal to Graphic Art is rooted from years of inspiration through admired outlets only a Barcelona native could mirror. Her sharp attention to spaces, strong and soft contrasts, and geometrics pleasingly laced with simplicity produces dreamlike creations mixed with urban patterns and true innovativeness.
In an era swept away with technology advancements, Delia excels in the forefront but maintains a respectable and authentic approach. Artistic preparation by hand assures not just a unique outcome on projects, but a sincere and notable grace of individual production.
The fluid connection between work and genuine lifestyle has built Delia a life of travel, eager vision and self-confidence. As a friend and fellow media partner I believe Delia's fortune was never about luck, it's a realization of honing skills with the willpower to make personal talent an optimum power in life.
Text by Audrey Sykes, journalist // Photo by Maxim Winckers