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Felipe IV

The monument to Felipe IV or how four geniuses collaborated to make a statue is the article published in
Sinc, written by Verónica Fuentes and illustrated by Cinta Arribas, which commemorates the sculpture of the bronze horse in Plaza de Oriente (Madrid) for 175 years.

Cinta Arribas, at Bookaroo Literary Festival

Cinta Arribas is the Spanish author invited to the
Bookaroo Literary Festival in New Delhi, with the support of the Cervantes Institute and the Embassy of Spain in India. On December 1 and 2, the illustrator will offer various creative workshops for children and families at the Indira Gandhi National Arts Center (IGNCA).

Spanish flu

The largest health epidemic killed 2.5% of the world population in a few months. In its centenary, Agencia Sinc analyzes this pandemic, with an illustration by Cinta Arribas.

Maria Mitchell

Maria Mitchell was the first professional astronomer in the US, to whom
Sinc has paid tribute with this illustration by Cinta Arribas on her anniversary.

Feira na eira

Cinta Arribas illustrated the poster for Feira na eira festival in Santiago de Compostela.

Camino de Santiago for pilgrims

Cinta Arribas has created an infographic poster to help pilgrims identify the official signs of the Camino de Santiago.

Ilumina 2018

The eighth edition of
Ilumina Castilla y León has begun to walk with the image illustrated by Iban Barrenetxea. Ilumina is a program of the Junta de Castilla y León for the promotion of books and reading, consisting of a wide range of cultural activities to be held at book fairs.

Cinta Arribas, Special Mention at Ilustrarte18

The collages that Cinta Arribas created for her exhibition at the La Atómica gallery, in Valladolid, hav benn awarded with a Special Mention at Ilustrarte, a Portuguese biennial of illustration.

I hate everyone

Cinta Arribas illustrated I Hate Everyone, published by 
POW! (USA). In spare, poignant, direct prose, I Hate Everyone, written by Naomi Danis, paints a nuanced and honest portrait of the complex emotional lives of children.

De pelo en pecho

Cinta Arribas participates at the collective exhibition titled
De pelo en pecho, organized by Tik Tok with the curator Ana Galvañ. The exhibition can be visited from February 22 to March 31 at the exhibition hall of the CDI Centro Dotacional Integrado of Arganzuela (Madrid).


The design in the public sector centers the last issue of
Gràffica magazine, a theme that Cinta Arribas interprets on the cover.

Workshops at library

Two illustrated workshops with Cinta Arribas at the Library of Castilla y León on December 27 and January 3.

Nadal no Gaiás

The circus is the star of the Nadal no Gaiás program in Cidade da Cultura. Cinta Arribas illustrated its poster. Christmas and the circus have much in common: magic, fantasy, illusion...


Cinta Arribas illustrated the solidarity calendar of
Leaozinho. All proceeds will go to support their music schools in the refugee camp of Dakhla (Sahara) and the favelas of the Complexo de Maré (Rio de Janeiro).

Pequeña & Grande at La Central

Apúntate al taller de Pequeña & Grande Gloria Fuertes en
La Central de Callao (Madrid). Conocerás la pequeña historia de esta gran poeta. Y podrás dibujar tu propia portada de la colección en el taller de dibujo de la mano de Cinta Arribas y Mª Isabel Sánchez Vegara, las autoras de este libro.

Hall of Cordoba

Cinta Arribas collaborates at Children's Book Hall of Cordoba, where she'll talk about the poet Gloria Fuertes.

Gràffica 7

The last issue of
Gràffica attends two of the most universal concepts of all: success and failure. This time, Cinta Arribas illustrated the article The failure is not so cool.

Pequeña & Grande Gloria Fuertes

Cinta Arribas illustrated Pequeña & Grande Gloria Fuertes for
Alba Editorial. She is one of the great Spanish poets of the twentieth century and a referent of children's literature.


On 4th October
Agencia Sinc reminded Martina Castells i Ballespí. That day of 1882, shebecame the first Spanish woman doctor in Medicine. Cinta Arribas imagines her so.

Women orgasm

August 8 is the
World Day for Women's Orgasm, as this article, illustrated by Cinta Arribas, recalls on SInc.

Galicia Escena Pro

Cinta Arribas illustrated the poster for Galicia Escena Pro, festival organized in Santiago de Compostela.

Paul Broca

Sinc Agency rememberes the figure of Paul Broca, the discoverer of the region of speech in the brain, illustrated by Cinta Arribas.

Stop ALS

On 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.

World Environment Day

June 5 is World Environment Day, a celebration that warns of the need to preserve the fragile environment in which we live. This is what the
Agencia Sinc reminds us with this illustration by Cinta Arribas. This year's theme has focused on the connection of man with nature, encourages people to delve into it and reflect on their dependence on the environment

A day to forget tobacco

Sinc Agency joins World No Tobacco Day with a very eloquent illustration by Cinta Arribas.

Ilumina 2017

Cinta Arribas illustrated the official poster for Ilumina Castiila y León 2017, meetings about illustrations in the book fairs organized by Junta de Castilla y León.

The natural cycle

Cinta Arribas closed her collaboration wiht
Ilustrísimo Planeta, on El Asombrario & Co., emphasizing the importance of walking towards a circular model of society and economy, instead of the lineal one.

Mermaid vs. waste

In her second vignette for the ecological section of
El Asombrario & Co., Cinta Arribas becomes a siren that sends us a strong message against the excessive generation of waste.

El Asombrario & Co.

Cinta Arribas joins at
Ilustrísimo Planeta, section of El Asombrario & Co. which tells us in bullets the importance of recycling, responsible consumption, environmental education and circular economy.

LuchaLibro: Buscamos escritores & ilustradores

El Centro Buendía de la Universidad de Valladolid y la agencia Pencil Ilustradores, con la colaboración de la Universidad Permanente Millán Santos y el Servicio de Publicaciones, buscan luchadores para la primera edición de LuchaLibro en Valladolid, certamen de improvisación literaria para escritores e ilustradores nacido en Perú. Por primera vez en el mundo, a iniciativa de la sede de Valladolid, también competirán dibujantes. ¿Aceptas el reto? Los aspirantes deberán postularse antes del próximo 24 de marzo.

Cara B

Laura Pérez and Cinta Arribas participated in the
B·sual exhibition of the Cara B Independent Culture Festival.

Keep Calm & Carry On

The cover illustrated by Cinta Arribas for the magazine of The Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) just landed.

El Español

Conviene al Estado que tú mueras, article written by Javier Gómez de Liaño illustrated by Cinta Arribas on El Español.

Nadal no Gaiás

Cinta Arribas signs the image for
Nadal no Gaiás (Christmas in Galicia) at Cidade da cultura (City of Culture).

Coco, ¿dónde estás?

Cinta Arribas publishes her first picture book with
Sallybooks: Coco, ¿dónde estás? (Coco, where are you?) The child protagonist looks for his dog Coco, he has lost it at the park while they walked. Coco is neither long nor boring, neither pink nor mischievous, nor small nor fearful, neither stretched nor nervous, neither fat nor smiling... Do you help him to look for it?

Cinta Arribas en Graf

Cinta Arribas and María Pascual will give a puppet workshop on Sunday November 13 at the GRAF festival, which hosts independent editorials and initiatives around the comic, at Museo ABC.

Ilustrasal 2016

Nos vemos en Ilustrasal, el I Concreso Nacional de Ilustración de Salamanca, organizado por Zink Espacio Emergente en Espacio de Artte Experimental de Hospedería Fonseca. Habrá exposiciones (del 17 de octubre al 23 de diciembre), ponencias (del 18 al 21 de octubre) y revisión de portafolios. La entrada será libre.


Cinta Arribas has designed the image of
Canícula, cultural program that will have Injuve as a base.

11 vidas en 11 maletas

Cinta Arribas illustrated the story of Karim, Syrian refugee. Her illustration is part of the exhibition
11 vidas en 11 maletas (11 lives in 11 suitcases), organized by Fundación Abogacía Española at CentroCentro Cibeles in Madrid.

Mental health and pedophilia

Cinta Arribas illustrated the article
Aceptemos al pedófilo para que no abuse de niños (Let us accept the pedophile to not abuse children), by Teguayco Pinto, on El Español.


The magazine
0034 Código Expat gives the keys to the Spanish who live in UK if the vote in favor of its departure from the European Union (Brexit) wins in the referendum next June 23. The illustration by Cinta Arribas speaks for itself.

Campos de la vergüenza

Cinta Arribas illustrated
Campos de la vergüenza, article by Guy Verhofstadt and Maite Pagazaurtundúa, in El Español.

Peruvian Policy

Cinta Arribas illustrated
Peruvian policy or Peru in key K, article by Carmen Beatriz Fernandez, in El Español.


Visibilizar a las mujeres que dedican su vida a la defensa e implantación de los derechos de TODAS en el mundo es el objetivo de la exposición Aliadas, a cargo de Alianza por la Solidaridad, que cuenta con la participación de Anuska Allepuz y Cinta Arribas entre otros grandes artistas.

El Español

Cinta Arribas illustrated the article
Son los ingresos, idiota, los ingresos, by José I. Conde-Ruiz y Juan Rubio-Ramírez, on El Español.

Exposición 'Ilustradores vallisoletanos'

Jesús Aguado, Raúl Allén, Cinta Arribas, Germán Gómez Arranz, Felipe López Salán y Carlos Velázquez are part of the 22 artists selected in the exhibition Ilustradores vallisoletanos. Entre la creación y el oficio (Illustrators from Valladolid. Between creation and the office), organized by Ayuntamiento de Valladolid and curated by Oscar del Amo.

The last dance

Cinta Arribas honoured David Bowie in a group exhibition.

Angry Spain

Cinta Arribas illustrated the article
España, enfadada (Angry Spain), by Luis Sánchez-Merlo, on El Español.

Welcome, Cinta Arribas!

Born in Valladolid, she studied Fine Arts at Salamanca from 2003 to 2008, and completed her education in Kassel (Germany). Now she lives in Madrid, where she works as a freelance illustrator.

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