El País SemanalAmy Winehouse, painted by David de las Heras, on the cover of El País Semanal. The writer Leslie Jamison explores the obsession for the excessive life of the British singer, deceased six years ago, in the article Amy Winehouse, confessions of an irreverent fan.
Libros a la callePedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo, illustrated by Raúl Allén, travels through stations and carriages in Madrid with the twentieth edition of the campaign Libros a la calle / Books on the Street.
Erik Vogler: Sin corazónA new case for the most freak detective of history in a new title of Erik Vogler (Edebé): Sin corazón. Pure thriller written by Beatriz Osés with cover illustrated by Iban Barrenetxea.
¡A contar!Me parece que soy bruja is the story illustrated by Jacobo Muñiz in ¡A contar! Matemáticas para pensar (Telling! Mathematics for thinking), the project promoted by Santillana. A new way to learn math.
FILIJEstelí Meza has received a Mention at the XXIX Concurso Nacional de Cartel Invitemos a Leer of the Ministry of Culture of Mexico in the 37th FILIJ (International Book Fair for Children and Youth).
Women orgasmAugust 8 is the World Day for Women's Orgasm, as this article, illustrated by Cinta Arribas, recalls on SInc.
KireeiCecilia Moreno illustrated the articles written by Elena Ferro on the latest issue of Kireei Magazine 8, whose central theme is "The World We Want."
Un grandioso desordenA fun novel about the possibility of reconciling and learning to live with our loved ones. Un grandioso desorden (A great disorder), published by Castillo, written by Javier Peñalosa M. and illustrated by Anuska Allepuz.
Galicia Escena ProCinta Arribas illustrated the poster for Galicia Escena Pro, festival organized in Santiago de Compostela.
BIISACecilia Moreno has been selected for the Bienal de Ilustração Solidária Ajudaris (BIISA) from Porto (Portugal). Congratulations!
Catalogue of IllustratorsGreat news is coming from Mexico. The XXVII Catalogue of Illustrators of Children's and Youth Publications has awarded a Mention to Álex Herrerías and has selected Estelí Meza.
El País SemanalIs your co-worker a climber? That is the question from the Psychology section of the magazine El País Semanal, illustrated by Sol Undurraga.
Fashion & ArtsCinta Arribas illustrated a curious report on cosmetic surgery around the world on Fashion & Arts Magazine of the newspaper La Vanguardia.
La plageA day at the beach, from dawn to dusk, through different characters (fishermen, bathers...) tells us Sol Undurraga in La Plage (L'Agrume).
La MaletaWhat makes us human? Imposing question that needs many answers on the issue 24 of the magazine La Maleta de Portbou, with cover illustrated by David of the Heras.
Cultural HeritagePati Aguilera designed the visual identity of Chile's Cultural Heritage Day.
Las aventuras de BrócoleHow is the life of a broccoli? Brocole withers at a store because children do not pay attention to its benefits, as Ana Pérez Zaldívar (text) and Jazmin Villagrám (illustrations) tells in Las aventuras de Brócole (The Adventures of Brocole), published by Alfaguara Infantil.
GràfficaCinta Arribas illustrated the different types of clients of a creative on the number 6 of Gràffica magazine.
Antes del primer díaThe fruit of the International Award for Illustration Bologna Fair-Foundation SM (2016) to Juan Palomino has matured in Antes del primer día, Mayan mythological narrative that tells the creation of the world.
Benicio, Best Book PublishedBenicio y el prodigioso náufrago (Benicio and the prodigious shipwreck), by Iban Barrenetxea (A Buen Paso), has been recognized as Best Book Published during 2016, at the category of Children's Books, by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Spain. Congratulations!!!
The Hunchback of Notre DameThe Mini Classics of Bromera adapts The hunchback of Notre Dame, illustrated by Noemí Villamuza.
La matatenaFlavia Zorrilla illustrated the poster for the 22nd International Film Festival for Children (... and not so children), organized by La Matatena (Mexico).
CCEI AwardThe publishing house Edelvives with The Secret of Enola, illustrated by David de las Heras and written by Daniel Hernández Chambers, has won the CCEI Illustration Award. Congratulations!
Paul BrocaSinc Agency rememberes the figure of Paul Broca, the discoverer of the region of speech in the brain, illustrated by Cinta Arribas.
Stop ALSOn the occasion of the International Day of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), the Sinc Agency put the focus, illustrated by Cinta Arribas, on this neurodegenerative disease that, for the moment, is incurable and deadly.
El gran apagónThe second season of El gran apagón (The Great Blackout) starts, in Podium Podcast, with illustrations by David de las Heras.
Historia portátil de la literatura infantil y juvenilA starting point for all those who are looking for an overview of children's literature is this essential Historia portátil de la literatura infantil y juvenil (Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza), by Ana Garralón, with cover by Jesús Cisneros.