To disconnect a messiah by Rubén del Pino 

Born in Madrid, Rubén del Pino travelled around Spain in order to obtain the best arts education. He studied in Zaragoza Academy of Arts and currently continues his training in Malaga. He has extensively worked as a books & articles illustrator. Some of his audiovisual works have been screened at video and storytelling festivals and participated in multiple exhibitions in his home country and abroad. Rubén is passionate about generating sketchy aesthetics and experimenting with image textures which he eventually makes an essential narrative element in his sublime, seemingly casual creations. He likes to play with viewer’s imaginary by exploring scenes of moderate violence which handle symbols such as electronics, worship and humor, without being explicit in any of the terms.


You do not want to say a sentence, neither a word. The light is there to become simple. The darkness is there to become a chiaroscuro. Both interfere in the scene which could be one of those that you discovered by reading the first book when you were young. I bet you were born in 1600.
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