Diary

PUBLIC
Hotels

A few weeks ago we stayed at a new hotel in NYC that is called PUBLIC, every time I return to this city this is a different experience. I loved the atmosphere that is generated around the hotel and was curious as I went with little desire and ended up being a trip to remember.…

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Sara Grace

I really liked the energy of this picture from the first moment I crossed with it, and it has come to my head on several occasions last months. I have a certain obsession with red-haired girls with freckles, they convey a sense of purity and mystery. Karim Sadli is the author of this portrait that…

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Still life
Art

The still life has been the theme that I have worked the most during all these years. I remember thousands of exercises of drawing of the natural painting fruits and objects, In this photograph arose a special connection between the fruits and the candles two of my favorite elements within this category.

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The studio

This is my studio in La Coruña since 3 years ago , where I started to prepare my next exhibition Enjoy this fleeting light that will be the first work I do from this city inspired by the sea and the surroundings of the coast.

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Volcano
Art

I did this project some years ago, I painted and repainted the landscape over and over again on the same painting created a lot of layers on the surface that represented my work process.

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XIM

Xim is one of my best friends and one of the creators of the magazine asistant magazine in which I had the opportunity to participate. I made this photo in NYC Soho a few months ago we met there. I hope I can throw a book with him someday.

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Inspired by Oskar Fischinger
Art

Oskar Wilhelm Fischinger (22 June 1900 – 31 January 1967) was a German-American abstract animator, filmmaker, and painter, notable for creating abstract musical animation many decades before the appearance of computer graphics and music videos. He created special effects for Fritz Lang‘s 1929 Woman in the Moon, one of the first sci-fi rocket movies.[1][2] He made over 50 short films and painted…

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Motor sketch
Art

My father worked as a mechanical engineer all his life, first on ships and later began to work on land. All references to the engines are inspired by the books and mechanical projects that I carry out throughout his life.

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Karina

Marina is a friend who lives in London and usually wears these wigs, I love it when she puts on the brunette hairstyle because she looks like a 60m actress and I call her Karina.

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Friends

My friends are the greatest source of inspiration every day, I usually take pictures with my phone in casual moments that always help me look for positions or references that are then visible in my work.

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Ruth Ford
Art

Ruth Ford (July 7, 1911, Brookhaven, Mississippi – August 12, 2009, New York City) was an American model and stage and film actress. Her brother was the bohemian surrealist Charles Henri Ford. Their parents managed the Tennessee Hotel in Clarksville, Tennessee.

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