Jorge Tellaeche begins his artistic career at age 15 with an exhibition at Sony Art Walk in San Diego, California. Later, he enters painting school in Luxembourg. Upon returning to Mexico, he studies Graphic Design in Tijuana and opens an advertising agency where he is Art Director. At the same time, he develops his pictorial work and exhibits his work in various galleries.
Later, he collaborates with the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art (MCASD) and directs the experimental curative collective Adapta Project. In 2009 he returns to Mexico City, his hometown. Since then he has exhibited in various galleries in the capital and in his showroom Animals. He has had collaborations with international brands such as Adidas, Comex, Durex, Hotel W, Delirio, I love Wok, El Palacio de Hierro, Domino's Pizza and for the All City Canvas and Cultural Corridor Roma Condesa projects.
Social responsibility has been an important part of Jorge's work for several years now. He has made collaborations and donated works for organizations of different social causes such as No Hat, Live Art, Fredo Bear, Rebecca de Alba Foundation and the Va Por Mi Cuenta movement that seeks to end child malnutrition in Mexico.