Ignacio Torres lives and works in New York City and is known for his cyanotype portraiture of Latinxs, which have a distinctly cyan blue color. Torres attributes his practice to his border upbringing and the Chicanx culture he grew up in.

His work involves the use of alternative photographic processes that require extensive manual work. The principal concern of his work investigates identity, othering, migration and the physical or invisible borders that we vacillate between. Torres's use of botany serves as a symbol to the threat of plant life created by man made borders and references the historical use the cyanotype process. His work was recently exhibited as part of a group show held by JW Anderson in London.

Select Clients:
Nike, JW Anderson, MCM Worldwide, Alexis Bittar, Marmot, Melissa, Columbia, Birkenstock, Diesel, Opening Ceremony, Steve Madden, i-D Mexico, NEON, Universal Music, Dazed and Confused, Nicola Formichetti, Nine West, KOMET