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Running Plants Exhibition at Berkeley Marina

 

 

Thank you very much to everybody in One Heart World Wide for this lovely experience and for all the people who assisted!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most part of the works exhibited are made by recycled or reused objects such as cigar boxes and drawers.

La mayoria de las obras presentadas estan hechas a partir de materiales reciclados o de reuso como cajas de habanos y cajones.

La plupart des pièces exposées ont été faites à partir des matériels réutilisés ou recyclés comme des boîtes d’havanes et des tiroirs.

 

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Upcoming exhibition

 

This Thursday the illustrator Paulina Suarez www.paulinasuarez.com and me will be having
an exhibition of prints and pieces made out of recycled/reused materials.

This will be a fundraiser exhibition that will take place in Berkeley Marina,
thanks to the association One Heart World-Wide  http://oneheartworld-wide.org/  that currently
helps the Tarahumara community in Mexico to cope with serious hunger problems due to a difficult harvest year.
One Heart World-Wide also helps pregnant women in rural communities in Mexico and Nepal
to decrease unattended home births and prevent maternal and newborn deaths.

For more information plase visit the links below:
http://www.oneheartworld-wide.org/index.php/join_us//
http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20120121005012/en/Heart-World-Wide-Reaches-Tarahumara-Raramuri-Copper-Canyon 

 

 

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Fantasia

This last months I’ve been working in a beautiful and exciting picture book called “Case”.

This project was created by the publisher Il Gioco di Leggere (Milan) and the International School of Illustration of Sarmede (Treviso),
it will be ready in October for the opening of the “Casa della Fantasia di Sarmede” in Italy.

The picture book is created by 5 young artists: the writer Chiara Di Palma and 4 illustrators: Beatriz Martin, Aurora Cacciapuoti, Giuseppe Vitale and me Ana Aranda (Italy, Spain and Mexico). We are all conected by the wonderful guide of Monica Monachesi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some sketches and ideas for the book

 

 

 

 

 

Building the scratchboards

 

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bientôt

 

 

 

 

 

Ilustración expuesta en el stand de “Le Immagini della fantasia” , Feria de Libro Infantil de Boloña
Illustration exposé dans le stand de “Le Immagini della fantasia”, Festival du Livre Jeunesse de Bologne
Illustration exhibited in the stand of “Le Immagini della fantasia”, Bologna Children’s Book Fair

 

 

 

 

 

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