This August 30th, Luis Tosar premieres 'Quien a hierro mata' (Eye for an Eye), the latest film by Paco Plaza, featuring Tosar as a complex character—which is, of course, his trademark—immersed in a spiral of vengeance against drug dealers in a drug-ridden Galicia.
We have a chat with Jorge Arévalo, without a doubt one of the most important illustrators in Spain today. Creative and multidisciplinary like no other, the Madrilenian combines his gorgeous illustrations with an analytical mentality and a great capacity to communicate, which he applies in projects for companies like BBVA and Cartier.
Their work decorates the streets of cities such as Berlin, New Delhi, Panama and São Paulo. For Boa Mistura, art is participative—both the place and its neighbours have a say because they believe in resident’s critical and human capacity.
Mysterious, haunting atmospheres characterize the work of Mercedes Bellido, one of Spain’s most influential illustrators. Brands such as Chanel and Zara have shown interest in the particular world of this young artist from Zaragoza.
For designer Miguel Giner, winner of the Rado Start Prize Spain at the 2019 Madrid Design Festival, the thought is almost a credo: “I have a long way to go, so I plan to make it as hard on myself as possible.”