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Nobody put them a medal

“The problem is that Operation Puerto was ahead of its time. There was in 2006, in that self-indulgent Spain and devourer of patriotic triumphs, a sports critical awareness -with many ups and downs even today- where legal texts against doping cement.” Text: Juan Manuel Botella. Today at El Español.

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En mi nuevo San Juan

The tasty hotchpotch that characterizes the Puerto Rican speech is a true reflection of the political and cultural tensions between Puerto Rico and the United States. Colonialism, emigration and assimilation resound in every hybrid syllable. How does any new comer to the island perceive the dilemma between ingleñol and Spanglish?

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Colour Caves

These are some of the murals I designed for “The Colour Caves”, a space for children in Chennai (India). It was a pleasure working with the Architect Mahesh Radhakrishnan, of MOAD.

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Making Childhood Colorful: Designing Books for Children

My book “Cada pulpo con su pulpa” is presented among 30 works from all around the world in “Making Childhood Colorful: Designing Books for Children“, which just has been released. Mi libro “Cada pulpo con su pulpa” es uno de los 30 trabajos seleccionados para formar parte del nuevo libro “Making Childhood Colorful: Designing Books for Children“, publicado por The Images Publishing Group.