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White Ravens 2017

El secreto de Enola (
Edelvives), by Daniel Hernández Chambers (text) and David de las Heras (illustrations), has been included by the Internationale Jugendbibliothek (International Youth Library) on its catalog White Ravens 2017.

Cerveza Victoria

David de las Heras has collaborated with
Olga Subirós Studio in the ceramic mural for the new Cerveza Victoria's factory in Malaga. The illustration is a tribute to the traditional image of the brand.

Russian Revolution

The magazine
La maleta de Portbou is dedicated to Russian Revolution of 1917. The answer may be on its cover with the portrait of Vladimir Putin, illustrated by David de las Heras.

TELVA

The look of the artist for the special TELVA Fall-Winter 2017/18 is illustrated by David de las Heras. The Chinoise, one of the masterpieces directed by Jean-Luc Godard, is his inspiration.

El País Semanal

Amy 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.

CCEI Award

The 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!

Footwear

David de las Heras painted to the entrepreneur Bob Campbell on the cover of Footwear News magazine.

La maleta de Portbou

The May-June issue of the magazine La maleta de Portbou, with cover illustrated by David de las Heras, tells us about educating in a changing world.

Spritz at Billar de Letras

Varios ilustradores y un spritz (Several illustrators and one spritz) at
Billar de Letras, with the collaboration of Pencil, for La Noche de los Libros in Madrid with David de las Heras, Cecilia Moreno and Antonio Santos with Ana Linde, specialist in typography, and Raquel Martínez, publisher of Wonder Ponder.

El abuelo

David de las Heras illustrated the cover of Aleksandr Chudakov's El abuelo (
Automática Editorial), awarded in 2011 with the Russian Booker Prize for the best novel of the decade.

La maleta de Portbou

The magazine
La maleta de Portbou comes loaded with pressing issues and cover illustrated by David de las Heras.

Toca el piano

James Rhodes, author of the bestseller Instrumental (
Blackie Books) with cover by David de las Heras, and one of the most recognized piano concert master, teaches us now to play the Preludio nº1 in Do C major in six weeks. And he repeats with David and Blackie.

Euskal Irudigileak

David de las Heras participates in the conferences of Euskal Irudigileak Apie at Bilboarte on Friday 11 November, starting at 5 pm. He will talk about his career and how he began to devote himself to enlightenment.

La maleta de Portbou

The magazine
La maleta de Portbou comes loaded with pressing issues and cover illustrated by David de las Heras.

La maleta de Portbou

Refugees Brexit, wars... The magazine
La maleta de Portbou comes loaded with pressing issues and cover illustrated by David de las Heras.

El políptico de los iluminados

Commemorating the anniversary of the death of Hieronymus Bosch, David de las Heras takes part at the exhibition El políptico de los iluminados (The polyptych of the enlightened).

El gran apagón

David de las Heras illustrated each episode of
El gran apagón (The Great Blackout), fiction program for Podium Podcast, the platform created by Prisa Radio.

El secreto de Enola

The Ala Delta Award 2016 (Edelvives), El secreto de Enola, by Daniel Hernández Chambers, the images of David de las Heras wrap the text to transport us to a coastal village in England in 1989.

El desorden que dejas

The
XX Spring Prize of Espasa takes cover by David de las Heras. El desorden que dejas, by Carlos Montero, is an intense psychological thriller narrated in first person by Rachel, a young professor of literature.

Mecal

David de las Heras illustrated the poster for
Mecal, Barcelona International Short and Animation Film Festival.

Rayos

The most intimate and powerfu novell of one of the best storytellers of the present Spanish literature, Miqui Otero. A complex reality with a bright look. Kaleidoscopic, subtle and, above all, live like the cover illustrated by David de las Heras.

Artist on Film

David de las Heras participated at the exhibition Artist on Film, organized by Pilñata Productions in Caceres.

Atlas de la España imaginaria

Julio Llamazares (text) and David de las Heras (illustration) guide us through their
Atlas de la España imaginaria, in Nórdica Libros, through a fantastic journey through places such as Babia, Jauja or Insula Barataria, all real and legendary.

Elefantes

The rock group Elefantes published its long-awaited new album (Warner Music), Nueve canciones de amor y una esperanza, with illustrations by David de las Heras.

Instrumental

Instrumental. Memories of music, medicine and madness (
Blackie Books), with cover illustrated by David de las Heras, talks of music as the lifeline of the author: James Rhodes.

Refugio

Refugio (Refuge) is the exhibition of David de las Heras in the Valencian gallery Pepita Lumiere. The exhibition includes several works painted in recent years by the artist.

Mala sangre

The cult classic film by Leos Carax returns to the spanish cinemas with the poster illustrated by David de las Heras.

El verano de los camaleones

David de las Heras illustrated El verano de los camaleones, written by the screenwriter Monica Martin-Grande, for El País. It's the story of a family summer trip to its village.

David de las Heras wins the Junceda Award

David de las Heras won the Junceda Award with the cover for Kalimán en Jericó (Editorial Bambú). Congratulations!

In Transition

David de las Heras illustrated the poster for In Transition, theater Project by The Hermit Hut Collective.

New Statesman

David de las Heras illustrated, for the british magazine New Statesman, the article "Creation Myths. Revelations from a life of storytelling" by Alan Garner.

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