The Art of Living (Inside)- An Homage to Saul Steinberg for Arquine #92

Click to enlarge Today would have marked Saul Steinberg’s (Râmnicu Sărat, June 15, 1914 – New York, May 12, 1999) 108th birthday, so, since I haven’t posted anything since January, I thought this could be a great occasion to do so, with this little homage I sneaked in Arquine #92: Common Spaces (Summer 2020). There are many Steinberg cartoons I wouldContinue reading “The Art of Living (Inside)- An Homage to Saul Steinberg for Arquine #92”

The Man Who Would Be Rome. Albert Uderzo (1927-2020)

Click to enlarge Today would have been Albert Uderzo’s 94th birthday, had it not been for the unfortunate heart attack that took his life in March 2020, at the ripe old age of 92. On this occasion, I thought it would be timely to recover this column from my section ‘Arquinoir’, published in Arquine magazineContinue reading “The Man Who Would Be Rome. Albert Uderzo (1927-2020)”

Happy 2021! (aka: UnTrumped!)

Click to enlarge At last! And about time, if you ask me (to wish you a Happy New Year, I mean). It’s been quite a while since I last drew a political and/or no-architectural cartoon. Well, it has the White House in it, so, what the heck! Paging the divine Monty Python: “…and there wasContinue reading “Happy 2021! (aka: UnTrumped!)”

The year(s) of living dangerously.

Late as usual, but later than ever, here’s finally that cartoon I’d been teasing with (here) in the last days of 2020. In my defense, I have to say it was mostly ready in time for the December 31st deadline, but due to recent developments, I’ve been considering whether it would be timely or not.Continue reading “The year(s) of living dangerously.”