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Canvas artwork inspired on tattoos

What comes first for a skin project, the drawing or the tattooing?
I started bringing to paper versions of my very favorite tattoo pieces. 
The ones which their meaning is now more valid than ever.


Allegory of the Cave


These are my latest large format drawings, and I'd say my most "intimate" works.

Through them I explore family relationships, fears, concerns and demons; all "dark" topics that, despite being so personal, still are common to us all.

After drawing quite obscure subjects during my whole life, and because the Great Master Francisco de Goya has been always a big source of inspiration and knowledge, I humbly named this series after his final years of genious work.

Generations: family portrait
Untitled I
The Three Mothers

When Covid kicked in 2020 and the whole world was in lock down, like many of us, I felt really low.

But one day I see that little bird pecking outside my window, and that defenceless and tiny creature somehow made me realize that strenght and freedom might be within me. That I could "wait for the spring to come" in a constructive way.


So I started drawing them, feeding them and observing their interactions. Paying so close attention to these tiny beings opened a colorful world to me. I became obsessed with these creatures, the way they change with the symphony of seasons, and thanks to that I felt my freedom back through their little wings of ink and paper. In a world of decline and decay, with the dark shadow of environmental collapse over us, honoring the cute little things that still remain in Nature is essential to stay alive.

Waiting for the Spring I


These are my first series of drawings in large format. All pieces have been done only using Indian Ink and technical pen on card (cross-hatching), and some were made on two and even four panels.

The topic here is about observing individual creatures of Nature enclosed into a womb-like shape and expose them against a pure black canvas, what creates a sense of loneliness, melancholy and isolation.


HEARTS series
Artistic journey through human emotions based only on the use of heart shapes, recurrent symbols and only few words on the titles: What does "death", "fear" or "hope" mean to us?


Social Distance

FELIS series
These drawings were made based on one my godson did few of years ago.
The word "FELIS" that lies on top of his drawing (love to include the spelling mistake he did!) 
made me think how true peace can be found even within the most adverse situations. Little things are essential.


SAINTS series
This is a body of works I left incomplete, but as all of my series, I may resume it in the future.

Animal suffering for enriching unscrupulous people is not unknown any more, and in the last few years, obscene practices like factory farming have become increasingly dangerous for all life forms on Earth, and other especies including us. 

​EROTIC series

Large scale pieces body of works based on the exploration of human sexuality. By the way, being continually exposed to the most obscenely explicit, mediocre and banal of society via social networks, advertising and the press, why are we so shocked when we see drawings about sex or naked people?


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