Dibujo

Saturday, December 24th, 2016

Implosión

Implosión

ImplosionBenetton
Ink on canvas, 10 X 12 cm

Implosion0
Ink on paper, 30.5 X 40.5 cm

 

 

 

ImplosionPoliptico

 

Implosion1
Ink on paper, 40 X 50 cm

Implosion2
Ink on paper, 40 X 50 cm

Implosion3
Ink on paper, 40 X 50 cm

Implosion4
Ink on paper, 40 X 50 cm

Implosion5
Ink on paper, 40 X 50 cm

Implosion6
Ink on paper, 40 X 50 cm

Implosion7
Ink on paper,40 X 50 cm


Thursday, October 1st, 2015

Panóptico

SanAntonio

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

Espiando

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

Calle

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

Edificio

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

Cigarro

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

espejo

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

saliendo

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

Escaleras

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

caminando

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

airhotel

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

puerta

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

caricia

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

liguero

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

ojo

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

ventana

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

luz

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

barranca

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm

SanJeronimo

Untitled, pencil on paper, 25 X 32 cm


Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Port Vila Vista desde…

Vanuatu, country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, consisting of a chain of 13 principal and many smaller islands located about 500 miles (800 km) west of Fiji and 1,100 miles (1,770 km) east of Australia.
The name Vanuatu means “Our Land Forever” in many of the locally used Melanesian languages. The capital, largest city, and commercial centre is Port-Vila (Vila), on Éfaté.
Although the town is French in appearance, the population is multinational, including ni-Vanuatu, British, French, Chinese, and Vietnamese.
Port-Vila served as a base for Allied forces in World War II.

The overwhelming majority of ni-Vanuatu are subsistence agriculturalists, living in small rural villages where activities revolve around the land.
More than an economic resource, land is the physical embodiment of the metaphysical link with the past, and identification with a particular tract of land (expressed by the Bislama phrase man ples) remains one of the fundamental concepts governing ni-Vanuatu culture.
On many islands, men gather nightly at their local nakamal (men’s house) to drink kava and communicate with the spirits of their ancestors, whose bones typically are buried nearby. Through magic stones, they attempt to contact and control the spiritual realm they view as all-pervasive. Among the vast majority of rural dwellers, kastom (custom), along with Christianity, continues to guide daily life.
Although the frequent changes of government in the late 20th and early 21st centuries indicated a sometimes fragile stability, overall Vanuatu was considered one of the more peaceful and succesful countries of the region.

*Text from www.britannica.com

El-pais

El país más feliz del mundo, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 1/14

Puerto-resolucion

Puerto Resolución, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 2/14

Rito

Rito de Iniciación, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 3/14

Tesoro

Cuidando el Tesoro, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 4/14

Messerschmitt

Messerschmitt BF 110, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 5/14

Ground-Control

Ground Control, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 6/14

Mordisco

El Mordisco, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 7/14

Ni-Vanuatu

Ni-Vanuatu, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 8/14

Esperando

Esperando a Jon Frum, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 9/14

Mount-Yasur

Mount Yasur, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 10/14

Million-dollar

Million Dollar Point, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 11/14

Pentecostes

Pentecostés 1, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 12/14

Atintin

Atintin/ Atingting Kon, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 13/14

Mururoa

Mururoa, 2013, pencil and ink on paper, 35 X 50 cm – 14/14



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