October 26, 2008

Meet the correspondents: BOLOGNA > Miguel Herranz

Mali Losinj, Croatia

"I’ve always drawn and filled sketchbooks but I didn’t take care of it. A sketchbook could be finished in 2 or 3 years. I don’t remember how I started to work on advertising and graphic design but sure it was a slip from drawing. Then some years ago I left Madrid to a little town near Bologna in Italy and this unexpected “shake” put all things on their place. I don’t remember how I started to work again on illustration but sure I had needed to leave my country to find my way back home.

Drawing all day for a living on a graphic tablet made me need the touch of paper and so my sketches became more and more frequent, I started to finish my sketchbooks more and more quickly, I opened a blog to let people see what I was making, I started to search for other people sketching… and I found them!

That little amount of binded paper on my bag is now an eye to look out, a mouth to talk and to shout, a door to escape and go far away, but even to turn back and look inside."

• Miguel's blog: free[k]hand.
• Miguel's art on Flickr.
• Miguel's website.

Update: Since Sept. 2010, Miguel is contributing to Urban Sketchers from Barcelona.


gabi campanario said...

and we are all lucky to have found you Miguel, you are one of the most talented and versatile artists I know

free[k]hand said...

Lucky me for having the opportunity to participate at this fantastic idea!

Alvaro Carnicero said...

Hi! Nice text and nice sketches.

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