It may refer to: * Critical, transgressive, ironic and participatory program of great success in spanish public station Radio 3 during the 80's. It was censored in 1989. ** Ants as representative of the surrealism of Buñuel and Dali. *** Example of organizational social efficiency based on matriarchy.
Illustration inspired by our work as graphic designers for a publicity campaign for a project to reintroduce in the wildlife of northern bald ibis, a species extinct in the natural world, but surviving in captivity. The Eremita project is developed with the support of the Red de Voluntarios Medioambientales de Andalucía (Network of Environmental...
Common Hedgehog, European Hedgehog, like all other hedgehogs has a spiked shell formed by several thousands of rigid tines result of an evolutionary modification of the skin. When threatened, hedgehogs are able to roll up on themselves into a ball of quills.
A correlation was found between the phases of the moon and the biological rhythms of the human being during sleep. Participants in an experiment took longer to fall asleep, they slept less and worse during the full moon. This is perhaps a rhythm circalunar vestige of ancient times, when the moon was responsible for the synchronization of human behavior.
Ginger y Fred. Oliver y Benji. Bonny and Clyde. Hommer y Marge. John y Yoko. Frank y Clarie, Mazinger y Afrodita. Tarzan y... ¿Chita?. Bueno, whatever, pero cuando vienes a recogerme en bici, me encanta salir contigo :)
La gaviota sombría (Larus fuscus) es una de las gaviotas más comunes y más cosmopolitas del mundo. Es un ave migradora que se encuentra desde Groenlandia y Escandinavia hasta el norte de África, donde hiberna. Su llamada es un grito como de “risa” con un tono marcadamente profundo, una risa siniestra.
Illustration inspired by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, jappanesse designer in the Edo Age (1615-1868). ⛩
This illustration is based on the painting "Consumir antes de ..." ("Best before ...") by Mer Erice. Skull reminds us that we are perishable beings, with unknown expiration date; but certain.
"Life on the stairs, allegory of life" is an encounter between generations where joy and wisdom, enthusiasm and experience are mutually provided. The staircase represents the adult life. The child releases the balloon, and so leaves childhood, with one foot in life, beginning his path. Close to the end of his path, at sunset, he looks back into himself,...