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Behind the Layers – Before and After Photoshop

Here’s a shot video I have made with the base model photos of some of my artworks, and how they become digital pieces through Adobe Photoshop.

I’d love to extend myself a bit more on descriptions but I’m fortunately flooded

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Hysterical Minds presents “Arkhaía”

I have two good news! First one is, that after a big while, the art collective Hysterical Minds has at least released its new exhibition. The second is, that means I’m releasing new personal artwork after a long, long

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Memories Collector won Creajoven!

Yesterday was the final match to know who would win the 28th edition of Creajoven, the most important artistic regional awards. If I have to be honest I didn’t have any faith on winning, but at the end it occured…

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Aegis Strife v5.0

Well well… not updating in such a while, ain’t it? I have been re-coding and re-designing the full site. I’ve been working in the same server for so many years, and it was needing a huge clean-up! So here you

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Memories Collector #5 session

Fifth session of Memories Collector done tonight. I asked my friend Alba Navas to come to the session. We have already collaborated in many projects, mostly when we were in the university, and she is one of my most recurrent

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Memories Collector: Kike & Alex

¡La convocatoria de participantes/modelos para este proyecto fotográfico aún sigue abierta. Si vives en el área de Murcia y quieres participar, no dudes en ponerte en contacto conmigo!

Today, I had the pleasure of receiving Kike and Álex for a

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Memories Collector

Yesterday was one of the most exciting days I’ve got in ages. It was the second photo-session for my new series Memories Collector. A lot of people came with their objects to represent their memories.

To refresh up your mind,

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Memories Collector: Teaser

New photographic portrait series. Memories are not physical, and that forces us to retain them in objects as a fetichist way of remembrance.

Series shot through a painted glass: the cold veil in between reality and our memories. We are

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