Designer and Visual Artist. Los Surgentes, Córdoba, 1946. He studied at the UNC School of Arts. Dedicated since the 70s to Graphic Design, he worked in advertising agencies and also on his own, as a designer, creative, illustrator and photo lab. Within visual art he experimented with pinhole photography, xerography, screen printing and chemical transfers. With the arrival of the computer he continued with the digital design. In the year 95 he participated as creator and co-founder of a virtual art gallery of the Spanish newspaper Rebelión ("Rebellion also with images") project that lasted four years with hundreds of thousands of works uploaded by artists from around the world. He specialized in restoration of old photos and began to express me with his first digital collages. He is currently engaged in “mix-media” collages reproduced in B&W, hand colored with Chinese ink, numbered and signed copies. He also dabbled with Object Art, always within the conceptual. "In my works I like to highlight with a certain politically incorrect humor, everything that belongs to the absurd and dark side of life."
Grimoires were called books of magical knowledge of the late Middle Ages. The images in this series suggest the vision of different myths, seers, and spells. Seers must not necessarily possess "eyes"; anatomically speaking they were not necessary. And spells could be carried out with herbs, animals.