Art
Oliver Jeffers

Oliver Jeffers

    Speaking imminently at Barcelona’s OFFF Festival is the artist Oliver Jeffers. He’s not easy to pigeonhole: from paintings, installations, illustrations and picture book making, the variety of his production is as sparky as his award winning Children’s book illustrations. Though born in Australia he was brought up in Northern Ireland and now works from...
Ezebee, international community for creative people

Ezebee, international community for creative people

A social network to create your online store easily and free The online startup, Ezebee is a new creative and international community where business owners, young designers, and freelancers can create their own online shops at no cost. It offers a free platform that serves as a springboard for anyone who wants to showcase their work...
Saul Zanolari

Saul Zanolari

©SAUL ZANOLARI, 2014 ©SAUL ZANOLARI, 2014©SAUL ZANOLARI, 2014 He reinvents celebrities and pop icons to investigate the growth of human being. His latest project is a digital fresco about the Sistine Chapel – an accurate reproduction of Michelangelo’s painting but without religious and censorious aspects towards nudity, where Adam and Eve show their animal nature....
Roger Daniel Guillet

Roger Daniel Guillet

Roger Daniel Guillet is an artist who comes from Saint-Aignant in the Loire-et-Cher region of France: ‘born beneath the shade of the Chateau Loire’. Guillet’s artistic journey began in Arles with his father who was a visual artist, and a drawing master from New York. Art carried him to Paris, Avignon and Cannes. Each place...
Crepitante, by Andrés Magán, at Watdafac Gallery till March the 20th

Crepitante, by Andrés Magán, at Watdafac Gallery till March the 20th

Until the 20th of March the exhibition Crepitante, by the Galician artist Andrés Magán, can be visited in the  Watdafac Gallery, a space located in the heart of Madrid. Andrés Magán’s work is greatly influenced by comics, discipline in which the artist has been developing since the very beginning of his career. His illustrations introduce you to...
Post-internet Society, Outsider Art and others

Post-internet Society, Outsider Art and others

On the occasion of the latest exhibition at Blokker Gallery (Espalter 5 Street, Madrid) Hut 1 Paintings 4, we wanted to have a chat with the man behind it, the artist Michael Swaney, who offers us an insight into his particular vision of art, his influences, his idea of ​​society and post-internet and his stay in...
Mariana Orozco

Mariana Orozco

Lifted out of its better-known life as a novel, Maridos (Husbands) by Angeles Mastretta is being shifted or rather erased by the artist Mariana Orozco into a form of visual poetry in which the book will be an artist book and object rather than a text. Ulises Carrión the Mexican poet, artist and author wrote...
Rehumanizing art from the streets

Rehumanizing art from the streets

Who has not felt overwhelmed when deciding to go to a contemporary art museum, perhaps during a trip, and thinking that those pieces leave you completely indifferent? Hasn’t it happened to all of us, after visiting that museum and leaving disappointed with the trivial works of art we just saw, that someone proclaims possibly the...
Blu Room is a love story

Blu Room is a love story

Based on the wealth of talent that the Spanish youth have, unknown to the vast majority, the San Miguel brewery decided to give to the whole generation of Spanish millenials the push that they needed to make their projects as real as they dream. The physical form of that help can be found in the...
Ohh Deer

Ohh Deer

Fresh, quirky and fun: this is Ohh Deer, a one-of-a-kind start-up that sells illustrated gifts online. Ohh Deer is an online shop founded in 2011 by Jamie Mitchell and Mark Callaby, both with backgrounds in creative industries. Living by the motto ‘illustrated for life’, they decided to take the work of exceptional illustrators and create...
No Curves

No Curves

His name is No Curves. Tape is his brush and lines are his signature. His sources of inspiration? Movies… and instinct. Tell us something about you and your background. Behind the artistic pseudonym of NO CURVES there is a Line- and Angles-enthusiast. In my work there is the authentic delight for manual skill and for...
Between the Intangible and the Material

Between the Intangible and the Material

Some months ago two young artists, Marcela Antunes from Brazil, and Masha Perskaya from Russia, together presented their work in Galleria Paspartu, Gracia, Barcelona. The title of their show was ‘Between the Intangible and the Material’. As a performance artist Antunes uses her own body as a tool of investigation and the site where objects...