I graduated in arts and design at UAB (Escola Massana) where I discovered my passion for textile applied arts and illustration. For this reason, I cursed a postgraduate degree in illustration at BAU (Uvic) and a specialization course in children’s illustration at EINA (UAB).
My work is characterized by the use of bright colors, furthermore, I have always felt close to nature, and it is for that reason that in most of my works also appear animals and botanical species, whether they’re real or product of my imagination.
The increased greenhouse effect due to our gas emissions generates catastrophic repercussions like the increase in the global temperature of the Earth and oceans, the retreating of glaciers almost everywhere around the world, including the Alps, Alaska, the Himalayas, etc., the decrease of spring snow throughout the northern hemisphere, the rise of the sea level and the declining of Arctic sea ice, which is formed each time later in the fall and melts sooner in the spring. Only in the last 30 years three quarters of the Arctic sea ice has been lost.
The population of polar bears is estimated to be between 22,000 and 31,000 specimens worldwide, which describes it as a vulnerable species. This decline of the population is mainly due to its heavily dependence on the sea ice environment for traveling, mating, resting and above all to feed itself, since its diet is made up mainly of other sea ice-dependent animals, such as seals. Only polar bears that have continuous access to sea ice have the option of hunting all year. Those who live in areas where ice is completely dissolved in summer are forced to spend several months on small ground surfaces where the difficulty of getting food brings them to a critical situation.