Sara herranz ilustraciones

Sara herranz ilustraciones

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A minha embala (com xoám curiel) – kamba de fala (05

Ha encontrado su camino, después de estar un poco a la deriva, dice con la mayor sinceridad posible. A pesar de la dificultad de estos malos tiempos, ya no le preocupa no saber a dónde ir. Lo que la hace pensar así es el reconocimiento de la gente que la sigue, y encuentra inspiración para ficcionar secuencias de películas, fragmentos de novelas, intentando enlazarlos con su vida, sus amantes,…
Las ilustraciones, de Sara Herranz, son de líneas limpias y sencillas se acompañan de «microrrelatos» que sobresalen por la sutileza que con ella componen las escasas treinta palabras que los contienen. Su trabajo es conmovedor y terriblemente honesto. Todo para plasmar escenas cotidianas en las que la añoranza, la ironía, el amor y el desamor están siempre presentes.
Tiene predilección por los cuerpos femeninos, por las heroínas del cine clásico como Lauren Bacal o Louise Brooks. También le gusta el estilo y el erotismo de los cómics de Guido Crepax. En cuanto a los textos, quizá se inspire en algunos relatos de Bukowski o Carver.

A minha embala – olhar adiante (04)

The visual story that Sara Herranz proposes to us contains the strength of the economy of color and the overwhelming power of her female characters. A fragile and elegant expressionism to illustrate, among other things, the place of women in our reality.
Sara Herranz’s work is characterized by its firm line and the use of red color. Her illustrations invite us to enter a universe where the protagonists address the problems of today’s world in a mixture of everyday life, intimacy and irony.
«People often ask me why I draw women. That my protagonists are always «them» has a purpose: to normalize female characters and for their stories to be understood as universal.»
Voces que cuentan (graphic novel)Diana López Varela | María Hesse | Leticia Dolera | Lola García | Sandra Sabatés | Agustina Guerrero | Sara Herranz | Ana Oncina Tortosa | Sara Soler Ester | Esther Gili | Almudena Grandes | Raquel Riba Rossy | Akira Pantsu | Ada Diez | Sandra Cardona Rodríguez | Estefanía Molina | Patricia Campos | Julia Otero | AmaralVoces que cuentan is a necessary anthology of universal stories in graphic novel format.

What to do when the end appears on the screen’, by

We talked to her and it was a bit like the question of what came first, the chicken or the egg, or what is the same, what hooks you before Herranz, her contagious smile or her drawings?
In front of her illustrations, one has the sensation of having slipped into an intimate space and feel a little voyeur before so much sensuality in black and white. Does it cost more to undress a body or talk about feelings?
I remember the first time I saw her work, a perfume came to my mind, with fresh and sparkling top notes, citrus like lemon or bergamot; with floral and sensual middle notes and powerful, persistent and deep base notes. What does Sara Herranz smell like?
I started drawing as a way to rebel against my shyness. My illustrations reflect my alter ego. They are part of myself and my personality, but there is always a touch of fiction in them. It’s more fun that way.
I confess that I loved a phrase of yours: «I draw the man with a beard because that’s the one I’m attracted to». As an ambassador of a page like ours it would be priceless, but what’s true in what some people say about beards being a fad?