Cristina Jobs is a plastic artist who works hyperrealistic sculpture, not only from the aesthetic and technical point, but in a different way from the path laid out, always being at the frontier of innovation. His art focuses on sensations and visual impact on social issues, human rights and emotions, and is inspired by life forms through nature.
Born in Tortosa in 1985, from where he moved following his artistic career to Barcelona, Madrid and later Bilbao, to finish settling in the Delta del Ebro, in his native town, definitively.
Art has been her passion since she was a baby, even if she didn't start taking it seriously until 2004 when she entered the school of artistic makeup. He was trained in realistic sculpture and sculpture of characters.
He began his artistic career in 2006, under his real name, Cristina Iglesias, as a special effects technique for cinema. He worked as a technician in several national and international character creation companies.
In 2009, Cristina Iglesias formed its first codirigida company, in the Basque Country, having taken a great experience as "Key artist" within the sector, to later continue its business career in solitary, creating the company ClonFactory S.L.U., the first studio of FX, human replicas and animals for cinema in Spain, led by a woman only..
His work as artistic director can be seen in dozens of films at both national and international levels, and he has been nominated and awarded at festivals around the world.He was part of the 2016 Goya Award winning team in his department, and his work was reflected in the 2016 Oscar Awards, under the nomination of "Loreak"has exhibited in countless rooms, halls and galleries, including: It was the guest exhibition of the XXIVth Donostia Film Festival (QuimeraFx).
In 2015 it created the Babyclone ® brand, positioning itself as the world's leading brand in the creation of silicone baby sculptures for collecting, being still today the pioneer brand in innovation of techniques and materials in this sector. He has been awarded the Best Silicone Fantasy Sculpture at the RoseShow (2016, Colorado) by both the public and the jury.
Recently, Cristina Iglesias changes her stage name to Cristina Jobs, thus initiating a hard phase of anonymity and effort to get the link of her stage name and her works signed under her real name.
He is currently fully engaged in the hyperrealistic art sector, leaving his profession behind in the cinema..
He signs under his artistic name his first collection of hyper-realistic sculptures for the public space this year 2020, in the province of Tarragona.After years of research, his work "Dones de Fang" has been the first work of hyperrealistic sculpture, not short-lived, for outside the world, making Cristina Jobs a pioneer artist in creating this new record.