Posts in the Category: Illustration


Delhi to Kathmandu Adventure!

posted on December 17th 2017 in Illustration & Travel with 0 Comments

India Nepal illustrated map

It’s that time of the year again, in which I can’t help it but plan another intercontinental trip. After a few adventures in Africa and Central America I’ve decided to go East this time to a couple of countries I’ve always wished to visit: India and Nepal.

I will be doing this trip in spring, just after the famous Holi Festival in India (that one where everybody throws colour powder to each other), and the perfect time in terms of weather, as it´s not meant to be rainy season yet and it should not be too hot in India nor too cold in Nepal.

Voy a hacer este viaje en primavera, justo después del famoso Festival Holi de India (ese en el que la gente se lanza polvo de colores), y en teoría es el momento ideal del año ya que no es aún época de lluvias o monzones y no será ni extremadamente caluroso en India ni excesivamente frío en Nepal.

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Hipstory – Iconic leaders of our times seen as modern-day hipsters

posted on January 22nd 2016 in Arts & Drawing & Illustration with 0 Comments

Hipstory is the project of Israeli illustrator Amit Shimoni, who turned the best-known leaders of the 20th century in hipsters.

Lenin, Che Guevara, Mandela, Thatcher, Obama, Gandhi… Hipstory wants to reflect on the values of the present era and the narcissism of the younger generation more interested about aesthetics than about political ideals.

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My beloved lemurs

posted on September 2nd 2014 in Illustration with 0 Comments

Illustrations of some of the species of my favourite animal: the lemur.

The word “lemur” derives from the word lemures (ghosts or spirits) from Roman mythology and was first used to describe a slender loris due to its nocturnal habits and slow pace, but was later applied to the primates on Madagascar.

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Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopedia

posted on December 9th 2013 in Books & Illustration & Photography & Social with 0 Comments

Prison storytelling, subcultural anthropology, and the allure of darkness.

In the 1970′s, while American hippies were busy inking themselves with peace signs and psychedelic rainbows, Danzig Baldayev, a guard at St. Petersburg’s notorious Kresty Prison, began documenting the far less Woodstockian body art of Russia’s most infamous criminals.

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