Saturday, February 20, 2010
Oriol Hernandez Sanchez
Capturing a Brooklyn scene this painting comes from the brilliantly talented Barcelonean artist Oriol Hernandez. Graduate of Escola Joso in Spain, Oriol began his career in animation, working on Filmax Animacion's films Nocturna and the whimsical award winning Donkey Xote, a comic retelling of Miguel de Cervantes classic tale. He also added his touch to Hampa Studio's, Margarita which won the 2010 Goya Award for Best Animated Short Film. Oriol's published and soon to be published works include his contribution to Javier Aznarez's acclaimed comic collaboration Pigeon Verts, illustrations of the french comic SuperH (or in french, SuperG) with Albert Drandov, illustrating the children's picture book A Mi No Me Gustan Libros written by Joan Portell Rifà and La Enciclopedia de los Monstruos, a series of children's stories written by different illustrators of which Oriol contributed his story El Zombie Vicente both to be published by Bromera editions. Currently at work illustrating a project with french author Zidrou entitled La Piel del Oso, Oriol is also busy developing designs, illustrations and stories for his own personal projects.
Please check out so much more of Oriol's art at his blog.