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América Late

'To my dear Ana Mendieta', mural of 10.7 x 2.6 meters that David de las Heras painted in acrylic at Casa de América for América Late.

Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anuska Allepuz (illustrations) and María Isabel Sánchez Vergara (text) tell us the life of Lucy Maud Montgomery, the author of the popular Anne of Green Gables, on Alba Editorial (Spain) and Frances Lincoln Children's Books (United Kingdom).


Laura Pérez has illustrated the cover of Farmapremium's catalog: Viva #21.

Un hobbit, un armario y una gran guerra

David de las Heras illustrated the cover for Un hobbit, un armario y una gran guerra (Larrad Ediciones), an essay about J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.

Wonder Woman

DC Comics has looked for a great ally to Wonder Woman for numbers 54 and 55: Raúl Allén. 

El Malpensante

The magazine 
El Malpensante published Un gran esfuerzo (A great effort), short story by Samanta Schweblin, illustrated by Sandra Rilova.


Iban Barrenetxea will participate this year in
Irudika, international professional illustration meeting organized by Euskal Irudigileak (Professional Association of Illustrators of Euskadi), from October 18 to 20 at Artium (Vitoria-Gasteiz).


A cat with a tie is the workshop of Cecilia Moreno in
Cosmopeque, the children's section of the international festival Cosmopoetica, in Cordoba.

The Boston Globe

Laura Pérez illustrated the article 'The twilight of closed adoption' for The Boston Globe.


Estelí Meza has been selected in the catalog of the International Children's Book Fair of Mexico (FILIJ). Congratularions!

Welcome, Silvia Ferpal!

Silvia Fernandez Palomar (Silvia Ferpal) was born in Madrid in 1990. She is currently based in New York, where she combines her job as a digital designer with illustration work.

La maleta de Portbou

Uses and abuses of the genetic edition on the cover illustrated by David de las Heras for La Maleta de Portbou #30.

Centre comercial L'Oblit

Where will things that we lose go to? Perhaps we find an explanation in Centre Comercial L'Oblit (
Andana Editorial), work with which Purificació Mascarell has won the Enric Lluch Children's Narrative Award and that Laura Pérez has illustrated.
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