Tuesday, 26 July 2011


Illustrations for the Italian folk tale 'Silvernose' collected and told by Italo Calvino.
The Devil tricks three sisters into working for him at his house. He forbids them to enter a certain room, and when the first two sisters do, they open the door to hell and get trapped. The third and youngest sister manages to save them, and then tricks the devil into taking them back home hidden in laundry bags.
Papercuts with digital colour.

Un Lucero

A present for mi abuela. Papercut. Poem by Federico Garcia Lorca, translates as:

There is a tranquil star
A star without eyelids
A star...
In the sleepy waters of the pond.

Penguin 'Great Ideas' covers

Five book cover designs for Penguins 'Great Ideas' series.