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RIMA

RIMA

Rima

Carazo, Nicaragua, 1983

Sketcher and stitcher by vocation, Nicaraguan citizen by chance and Barcelona by choice. After training at the Escola Massana and win the 8th Biennal Prize Kanagawa, Japan, she currently draws things she pulls out slowly from her inner side. Studied pattern making and tailoring at Anna Gironella Institut, worked as propmaster at TVE, costume designer for Teatre Maldà, costume assistant for shortfilms and movies as Pa Negre while constructing all kind of bags, purses and textile jewelry "I would like to find when I want something special" she says. she also teaches sewing for pure enjoyment and, above all, for the pleasure of relating.

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Ana Yael

Ana Yael

Ana Yael

Córdoba, Argentina. 1984.

She published covers, imagined stories, illustrated magazines for places far far away and also for some others closer. She directs two art galleries and their teams in Barcelona. She illustrated "Grassa Toro" in several worlds and she awaits new horizons in 2016. In general, she works from Barcelona, where she studied, grew up, experimented. In between, she eats, thinks, reads, laughs, discusses, and lives…

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Riki Blanco

Riki Blanco

Riki Blanco

Barcelona, Spain.

He has worked mainly in the field of editorial illustration, advertising, poster art, book covers and music albums, animations, making videos, set design, costume design, art consulting works of dance and theater, and art direction. He combines this activity with teaching and editing of different independent projects. Some of his clients: The New Yorker, The New York Times, Wall St Journal, 5280 Magazine, Middlebury Magazine, Atlanta Magazine, American Interest Magazine, Le Courier, El Pais, El Mundo, El Economista, Altair, National Dramatic Center, L 'Auditori, TV3, WeTransfer.

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Sonia Pulido

Sonia Pulido

Sonia Pulido

Barcelona.

I am an illustrator, and I could not be anything else but an illustrator. Sometimes, however, I would turn my back on it all, and set up a small avant-garde flower-shop, ha. I am restless by nature. I need to try other applications of illustrations, this is when I discover the wonderful world of ceramics. The idea is to relate the illustration with a tridimensional object. The pieces should have functional or decorative purpose. Nature, the feminine, the symbolic are the issues developed in those many objects. The object and the illustration are made one for another, the intention is to look for simplicity, the essential, in the form and in the stories that the pieces evoke. And this in just the beginning. Anything is possible.

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Martina Manyà

Martina Manyà

Martina Manyà

Barcelona, 1983.

She studied fine arts at Universitat de Barcelona. In early 2006 she moved to Lisbon for an Erasmus and she stayed there, where she also studied illustration and BD in Arco Arts School. Nowadays, she lives and works between both cities as a freelance drawer and illustrator, doing commission works, personal projects and working in her first illustrated children book.

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