Hope yes! – For a better world.

With the message “L’Esperança sí! For a better world ”, one more year, the Galician painter Jesús Costa, coordinates for the ninth consecutive year the vindictive and festive project Merry Christmas from the Air in Llinars del Vallès. The plastic artist Jesús Costa, is well committed to humanitarian and environmental issues and his works and projects tenaciously follow his ideology to the point of enthusiastically involving all sectors and social strata of Llinars del Vallès. Així doncs, participates in this integrative project from the youngest to the oldest, from kindergartens to nearby schools, in the residences for the elderly and also in the group of painters of Montseny, … Continued

Merry Christmas from the air 2020

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Hope is !!!For a better world!!! The exhibition "Merry Christmas from the air" was born from a work with the schools of the municipality and the city of Llinars del Vallès,  and coordinated by the painter Jesús Costa,  in order to decorate the village from the nougat fair with banners painted by children and young people, giving messages related to the educational values ​​or projects of the centers. This year and in agreement with the schools we decided not to make new banners, since this course 2020-21 it presented itself as difficult and uncertain. For this reason, there is only one new banner that is in a poster format that you have attached. Where the message means … Continued

Carlos Codoñer

Carlos Codoñer (Valencia)

Plastic Artist Creative

Bachelor of Fine Arts. Faculty of Fine Arts. Polytechnic University of Valencia.

Plastic Artist Creative

Carlos Codoñer, artist, creative designer who develops his work in various disciplines such as: painting, sculpture, performances, facilities, decoration, Graphic design….

Francesc Torres Iturrioz

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Francesc Torres Iturrioz
Francesc Torres -Barcelona – Angels CanutFrancesc Torres Iturrioz, (Barcelona, 1948)

The first stage of the educational course at the French School and then continued his training graphic artist at the Massana School and at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona, while working as an apprentice in his father's print shop.

El 1967 they moved to Paris where he continues his apprenticeship at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, later collaborated with the Polish sculptor Piotr Kowalski. In Paris in May 1968 working on posters for the movement of workers and students. After he returned to Spain until 1972 who moves to Chicago, two years later it fixed his residence in New York