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Federica Bau, the essence of chiaroscuro

Today we interview Federica Bau, an Italian illustrator who focuses her work on chiaroscuro as an essential form of the image and black as an element from which to establish a logic of sensation.

November Cultural Agenda

We are entering a new month full of interesting cultural events, although marked by the incipient outbreak of Covid-19. That is why all the events that we recommend strictly follow the health recommendations to enjoy culture in a safe way.

Joaquín Hortal, the abstract photographer

Joaquín Hortal is a professional photographer of an artistic nature. Born in Granada but currently living in Almería, he travels through incredible natural landscapes throughout the country to capture images that seem to come from another planet. An adventurer of the unknown who provides truly overwhelming images of what is around us.

Jon Berkeley's modern illustrated micro-stories

The Dublin-born author living in Catalonia since 1997 manages to judge world news with his successful proposals, being the cover of some of the most internationally renowned newspapers and magazines.

Kit Layfield's surreal paradise masks

The American illustrator creates perfect and closed atmospheres that function as masks full of surrealism, inhabited by mythological beings and with complex breathing systems.

Seattle's possible and future cleft tower

The architecture studio ODA has presented a skyscraper project for the North American city that has surprised by its originality. Use architecture to unite communities and create connecting spaces.

Arturo Puerto, capturing life in full color.

Today we speak with Arturo Martínez Puerto, a 24-year-old Mexican photographer born in Acapulco who feels a great attraction for architectural photography and who places a special emphasis on capturing the different textures and colors that he encounters in his wake.

Pati Baztán, abstraction by nature

Today we speak with Pati Baztán, a young architect with deep-rooted abstraction in the most natural and wild way. It never stops evolving, nor does it stop surprising.

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