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“Spanish”

  1. Jordi Lafebre

    Comic book artist and freelance illustrator Jordi Lafebre works for both Spanish and Franco-Belgian comics audiences.  His comics deal with a spectrum of issues and his detailed environments provide a vivid stage to play out the emotions of the characters.

  2. Manga Mondays ~ Sergi Brosa

    Sergi Brosa is a Concept Artist and Art Director based in Barcelona, Spain. He has worked for top video games companies Gearbox Software and Fathom Interactive, as well as indie company Kemojo Studios.

  3. Oriol Hernandez Sanchez

    Oriol Hernandez Sanchez is a Spanish illustrator and comic artist. Signing his work as “Oriol”, he is a frequent collaborator with prolific author, Zidrou, and the proud recipient of the Barcelona International Comic Revelation Prize.

  4. Ignacio Fernandez Maroto

    Ignacio Fernandez Maroto, better known as Bambinomonkey, is a character designer and art director based in Madrid, Spain. He has worked on animation projects for Cartoon Network, Canal+, Best Buy and Kool Aid.

  5. Pablo Auladell

    Pablo Auladell is an award-winning Spanish illustrator and cartoonist. His first publication, El camino del titiritero, came out in 2001 and earned him a Saló del Cómic de Barcelona Best Newcomer Award in 2002. He has since consistently worked on an average of four books each year. Having a particularly productive year In 2008, he released 9 titles. Totaling 60 books in just 14 years.

  6. Adrián Fernández Delgado

    Today’s slice of illustration inspiration is in the form of Spanish artist Adrián Fernández Delgado. He studied 2D animation at Les Beaux-Arts in Madrid before working as a designer, a programmer and a freelance illustrator.

  7. Alex Noriega

    Alex Noriega is an illustrator and artist from Barcelona, currently living in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Best known for his wonderful webcomic Stuff No One Told Me. It ran from 2010 – 2012, and was a way of Mr Noriega expressing is frustrations, and as an emotional outlet. He always kept it light, no matter how serious the subject matter. His art style was simplified and in places abstract but with a child-like quality to it. The blog quickly became popular, and was packed with useful and thought-provoking advice.