Rock Pool and House Plant, sketches.

To the left: Sketches of the inhabitants of a rock pool, fleeting between the shelter of the crevices and the warmth of the sun. Enjoying a relatively safe moment, free from predators and dangers, yet the pool's tranquility conceals the predicament of the slowly evaporating waters and it's dwellers' eagerness for it to be replenished by the tide.
To the right: A houseplant.


Brethren, by Jonathan Walker.

Writer and historian Jonathan Walker has published on his blog a post about the illustration above, created for his novel 'Brethren'. 



Sketches of the Neolithic Dolmen which stands overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in the Parque de Bens in A Coruña; an area which was once a landfill site since converted into a public park.


'Brethren' on Jonathan Walker's Blog.

Writer, historian and longtime collaborator Jonathan Walker has announced on his blog that he has nearly finished his new novel 'Brethren'.

Brethren is set in an evangelical church in 1980's Liverpool. You can read more about his book on his blog post, which includes a chapter from the novel and the script that he gave me to create the illustration above.


A Coruña Romanesque, sketches.

La Colegiata de Santa María del Campo.

Iglesia de Santiago.

Sketches, from the medieval quarter of A Coruña, of the romanesque architecture which dates from the 12th century.  

The Church of Santiago is the oldest and most preserved of the buildings depicted here, as I was informed by the priest whilst sketching it, whilst 'Santa María del Campo' has various renovations including an extension to the main Portal and later neo-romanesque additions.

The Convent of Santa Barbara was built later, but has pieces of Romanesque architecture cemented into it's walls and facade from earlier buildings. 


Top: La Colegiata de Santa María del Campo. Bottom: Convento de Santa Barbara.

Left: Iglesia de Santiago. Right: Convento de Santa Barbara.


Istanbul, sketches.

Sketches from Istanbul. These sketches were actually made on a trip to Istanbul three years ago, but colored recently, from memory. 


TOCA Frescobol. (24/03/2016)

Patterns created for TOCA Frescobol; a project in collaboration with Milan based design studio Gibbo & Lori creative duo.

"Good Vibes are Coming"...

Check out the full project, with art direction & graphic design by Lorena Cascino and Copywritten by GB Oneto, HERE.

Rough sketches.

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