El Bosque | Drawing session

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Zander Magazine #5 Launch party!

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Last friday, Zander magazine team launched the last issue, with a cover illustration by Alfonso Zapico, author of “Dublines”. The alternative cover author is “El Irra”, a comic illustrator from Euskadi.

The party included a drawing battle in which I took part, but as always, I had a superhero theme for the drawing (last time it was Iron Man, now Thor…) and I was out in the first round :/ Maybe next time!




Chat noir, chat blanc

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Salem, my albino cat is my muse for the all day inspiration. Here is the proof!! One of my all time favourite posters, a 19th century French one by Théophile Steinlen has been reconverted in a Salem homage!

Mechandising available at society6.com



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Yesterday, one of my best friends finally got her nursing degree, so this is my “congrats” illustration for her.

Mer, I’m so proud of you!!!


Handvetica font

Handvetica font

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I’ve been playing these days with an ipad app that helps you to create a handwritten font.

This is my font, a handmade Helvetica, really cool to make your small texts (I think it works really well in 12pt or even less…) look a bit informal without losing the helvetica perfection!

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Mark Ryden – Pinxit

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Fuzzy bunnies, big-eyed girls, meat, magic, and mystery

Pinxit, whose title refers to the Latin term meaning “painted by,” is organized by the themes of Ryden’s major exhibitions—The Meat Show, Bunnies & Bees, The Tree Show, and so on—and includes collected essays by Yoshitomo Nara, Carlo McCormick, and others, and a new essay by culture critic Kristine McKenna. Ryden’s paintings and drawings are reproduced using the finest technique available, and over a dozen of the paintings are foldouts that open to a staggering 150 cm (59 inches) across.

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