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El TigreAt the age of nineteen Joël Dicker was presented to a youth literary contest with his long story El Tigre (The Tiger). Later, the president of the jury would confess that they had dismissed it because it did not seem credible that such a young person had written it. Alfaguara publishes this story in an edition illustrated by David de las Heras.
Prohibido nacerNew cover by David de las Heras, for Blackie Books, with Prohibido nacer, the memories of racism, rage and laughter of Trevor Noah.
Russian RevolutionThe 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.
Para entender a EinsteinChristophe Galfard's new book brings us closer to the meaning of "E = mc2" in Para entender a Einstein (Blackie Books), with cover by David de las Heras.
TELVAThe 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 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.
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.
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!
El gran apagónThe second season of El gran apagón (The Great Blackout) starts, in Podium Podcast, with illustrations by David de las Heras.
L'OBSDavid de las Heras illustrated a portrait of the writer Mario Vargas Llosa and the Venezuelan crisis for the French magazine L'OBS.
FootwearDavid de las Heras painted to the entrepreneur Bob Campbell on the cover of Footwear News magazine.
La maleta de PortbouThe 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 LetrasVarios 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.
TrumpcareDavid de las Heras illustrated the articulo about Trumpcare, by Alana Moceri, on El Español.
La maleta de PortbouReading in the digital age is one of the main issues in the March-April issue of the magazine La maleta de Portbou, with cover illustrated by David de las Heras.
Quién quiere ser madreDavid de las Heras illustrated the cover of Quién quiere ser madre (Alfaguara), the last novel written by Silvia Nanclares.
El abueloDavid 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.
The russian revolutionRusia, febrero de 1917: una revolución democrática (Russia, February 1917: a democratic revolution), article by Guillermo Gortázar illustrated by David de las Heras on El Español.
Collective Arts BrewingAlex Herrerías (The surfing luchador), Germán Gómez Arranz (A contracorriente), Jazmin Villagrán (Music in you), Estelí Meza (Music makes you flourish), David de las Heras (La chica de los ojos de fuego)and Cinta Arribas (Twins in town) are among the 65 artists, among the more than 2,000 proposals received from 15 countries, that will wear the Collective Arts Brewing's new labels.
¡Socorro!Chilling cover by David de las Heras for ¡Socorro! 12 cuentos para caerse de miedo (loqueleo), stories written by Elsa Bornemann.
German Cyber Army'World War III is going to explode: Germany creates its great cyber army' is the report illustrated by David de las Heras on El Español.
Toca el pianoJames 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.
Trump's trapDavid de las Heras illustrated the article La trampa de Trump (Trump's trap), by Antonio Camuñas, on El Español.
Euskal IrudigileakDavid 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.
Stop Hillary or stop Trump?Stop Hillary or stop Trump?, article written by Carmen Beatriz Fernández, illustrated by David de las Heras on El Español.
Buero VallejoPortentous portrait by David de las Heras of the Spanish dramatist for Antonio, el Buero y el malo, article by Guillermo Laín Corona on El Español.
La maleta de PortbouRefugees 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 iluminadosCommemorating 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).
Mother TeresaDavid de las Heras illustrated an article about Mother Teresa of Calcutta on El Español.
El EspañolDavid de las Heras illustrated the article ¿Pero hubo alguna vez bipartidismo?, by Enrique Calvet Chambon, on El Español.
La maleta de PortbouDavid de las Heras illustrated the cover for the summer issue of the magazine La Maleta de Portbou.
El País SemanalThe charismatic Michel Houellebecq is painted by David de las Heras on the cover of El País Semanal.
El gran apagónDavid 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 EnolaThe 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.
Los seres que me llenanThe vocalist and composer of IZAL begins his literary facet and surprises us with a book of stories illustrated by David de las Heras: Los seres que me llenan (Aguilar).
El desorden que dejasThe 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.
Chinese New YearAround the concept of refuge David de las Heras images represented a number of situations and experiences that dialogue between them in Chinese New Year, a new exhibition in Miscelánea (Barcelona), from March 30 to April 17.
MecalDavid de las Heras illustrated the poster for Mecal, Barcelona International Short and Animation Film Festival.
RayosThe 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 FilmDavid de las Heras participated at the exhibition Artist on Film, organized by Pilñata Productions in Caceres.
ABC CulturalDavid de las Heras draws this mapping through literature and the arts in ABC Cultural.
Atlas de la España imaginariaJulio 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.
ElefantesThe 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.
InstrumentalInstrumental. 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.
El PaísDavid de las Heras illustrated the article La educación: la gran asignatura pendiente, by Luis Garicano, for El País.
RefugioRefugio (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.
El mundo que queremosWe break the fourth wall, as our friends in the theater say, for El mundo que queremos, book published by the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AECID).
Mala sangreThe cult classic film by Leos Carax returns to the spanish cinemas with the poster illustrated by David de las Heras.
El verano de los camaleonesDavid 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.
VolataDavid de las Heras illustrated two covers for Volata Magazine.
David de las Heras wins the Junceda AwardDavid de las Heras won the Junceda Award with the cover for Kalimán en Jericó (Editorial Bambú). Congratulations!
In TransitionDavid de las Heras illustrated the poster for In Transition, theater Project by The Hermit Hut Collective.
New StatesmanDavid de las Heras illustrated, for the british magazine New Statesman, the article "Creation Myths. Revelations from a life of storytelling" by Alan Garner.
La GuarimbaDavid de las Heras illustrated the poster for La Guarimba International Film Festival. He signs the Basque version.
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