Luciano Lozano

Luciano Lozano

Luciano Lozano was born the same year man traveled to the moon. Maybe that’s why he’s traveled a lot since he was a child. Self-taught, he has been working in illustration since 2007, after completing a Postgraduate Course in Creative Illustration at the Eina School, in Barcelona. In 2012 he won the Junceda Prize for the best book published abroad by Operation Alphabet, published by Thames and Hudson in several countries. In 2015 he released I Don’t Like Snakes, chosen as one of the best children’s albums released in 2015 by Buzzfeed.com. Also a finalist for the Book Award at the School Library Association in the United Kingdom. In the same year he published El podador de bonsais, which won the El Dragón Lector award for best illustrator in 2015. In 2017 he published his first illustrated album as an author and illustrator, Bea baila, which is translated into 8 languages. His illustrations are characterized by a strong sense of color and texture, frequent use of traditional techniques, and a subtle background of a sense of humor. He collaborates with numerous publishers and magazines regularly. He currently resides in Barcelona....
Robert Garcia

Robert Garcia

A vocational and self-taught illustrator, he began his adventure in the world of illustration during the period in which he resided in Italy. When he returned to Barcelona, he continued his training as an illustrator and transformed his passion for drawing into a professional activity. From his studio in Martorell, Gaur estudio, he continues to imagine and create fantasy worlds and...
Gibet Ramon

Gibet Ramon

Gibet was born in Folgueroles in 1984. She has been drawing since she can remember. He studied illustration at the Serra i Abella School of Art in Hospitalet de Llobregat and a postgraduate degree in advanced illustration at the Escola Massana in Barcelona. She has illustrated a dozen books, mostly poetry. She currently lives and works in...
Lola Casas Peña

Lola Casas Peña

– For more than 40 years I’ve been a teacher of Primary Education and a teacher trainer. – Lecturer on children’s and youth literature topics for parents, teachers and children. – More than 50 works published including essays on literature, short stories and poetry for children and young people. I am retired so it is easy to deduce that I am already “a certain age”. I worked as a teacher in a public school and, despite the many problems surrounding the school world, I never felt burned out. For four years, and with the students of the Camí del Mig school in Mataró, we corresponded with the British author Roald Dahl. They claim that I am a poet. The truth is, I can’t believe it. I would say that, rather, I am a teacher who writes poems. My job is to play with words and deliver the results to children and young people. It seems that they like it because, in the twenty years I have been a writer, I have published a significant number of books and a few in my portfolio. At the moment, I have a lot of fun writing. The day I get bored, I will leave this job and move on to other tasks that please me more.   * Fotografia de May...
Gemma Capdevila

Gemma Capdevila

I was born in Barcelona in the winter of 1988 and since then I have pursued spring, the blue of the sea, the sounds of the wind and the stillness of the mountains. I am an illustrator, I realized that I wanted to be it since I was twelve. I learned a lot from what I know at Escola Llotja and Eina. I have also studied fine arts. I live at the foot of Montseny and do workshops for boys and girls, from whom much of my inspiration comes. I run along the sidewalks of my house running, walking or sometimes flying, to look for the secrets of the night and imagine what happens in the woods when there is no one to see it. I love searching answers, finding questions, and putting them down on paper. “I started drawing like everyone else – the first time I grabbed a pencil. I just never stopped doing it.” – Gemma Capdevila For more information:...