Illustrator and journalist. SM International Illustration Award and Grand Prix of the Bratislava Illustration Biennale 2009 for El nen perdut (The Lost Child). His book Noms robats (Stolen Names), an effective tool against bullying, has been published in seven countries; the last of them Germany in 2022. The work (If…), based on a poem by Agací Dimitruka, won the Best Poetry Illustration Award at the Bookill Festival in Serbia in 2017, the Anagnosis Critics' Award in Greece in 2018 and the National Illustrated Book Award of Greece in 2019.
Illustrator and journalist, Graduated in Journalism (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona) and Master's Degree in Publishing (Universitat de Barcelona). In 2009, he won the prestigious Grand Prix of the Bratislava Biennial of Illustrations for El nen perdut (The Lost Child), which had also won the SM International Illustration Award. His book Noms robats (Stolen names) has proven to be an effective tool against bullying, and has been published in Spain (in Catalan and Spanish), Greece, Russia, South Korea, Mexico, Japan and Germany in 2022. The work Αν (If…), based on a freedom song by the Greek poet Agací Dimitruka, won the Best Poetry Illustrations Award at the Serbian Bookill Festival in 2017, as well as the Anagnosis Award for Critics in Greece in 2018 and the National Award for Illustrated Book of Greece in 2019. With Ombra d'or (Golden Shadow), his latest work, published in China in 2023, the author closes a trilogy on the rights of children in difficult situations: The Lost Child (war) , Stolen names (bullying) and Golden Shadow (abandon children).
Grand Prix Bratislava Biennial of Illustrations
National Award for Illustrated Book of Greece
Bologna Children’s Book Fair, Bologna; Italy Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Roma, Italy; Klovićevi Dvori Gallery, Zagreb, Croatia; Col·legi de Periodistes de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain; Siberia International Exhibition Business Centre, Krasnoyarsk, Russia ; Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Ashikaga Museum of Art, Japan; The Hiratsuka Museum of Art, Japan; Chiba Museum of Art, Japan; Nagashima Museum, Japan; Urawa Art Museum, Japan; Ladislav Sutnar Gallery, Pilzen ,Czech Republic; Bibiana, International House of Art for Children, Bratislava, Slovak Republic; Russian State Children's Library, Moscow, Russia. (2010 - 2021)