There is a drawer who is fascinating to me and does not stop surprising me every day with his work full of energy; with a provocative, vital and enormous visual deployment that forces to stop me a little and think about everything what I can do with the hands in addition to fanning me in this stifling summer and melter. The name of this drawer is Oscar Grillo (who has a blog, two blogs, three or five, a heap of white sheets, another heap of pens, brushes and pens, notebooks batteries with thousands of drawings and the only one flowed that it draws... or this is what he says).
An author to whom it's me who does not go to dicover in this post now, but of whom I want to highlight (especially) a work that drew decades ago, when a few Argentine military men in government crisis began a stupid war against an implacable Margaret Tatcher for a pair of islands I travel the Antarctica; small, cold and rocky, with a pair of sheep and an Englishmen's fistful. The World is Round is a graphic novel written by Graham Marks, drawn by Grillo, published in England and that with Maxi Luchini we decide to rescue he does a time to publish it now in MAMUT (inaugurating with her, the collection GoldenAge).
So, in this I have the hands put right now, cooking everything so that it suits and soon it shines in Spanish and French gondolas (while a shy cloud puts itself a little in front of the sun and to I allow not to think that should be diving in the sea with the jellyfish and use the hands to get it out them to me of above).