Some sketches from a cultural event at Caracol Oventic, one of the civic centres of the Zapatista movement for indigenous… Read more Zapatistas at Oventic
Turns out that everyone likes to colour, even Masters students.
A sketch for something bigger…
More croquis from the EZLN International Festival for Women who Fight! (Although the verb luchar in Spanish in this case… Read more Women’s festival batch 3
Croquis at a lecture at the women´s festival
7000 women make a noise like a low-frequency beehive. Except when we’re whooping.
Once you start noticing the souvenir felt animals you start hankering for a multicoloured felt t-rex.
More sketches based on people flitting by… a happy man at a ramen restaurant, girls passing the coffee shop in… Read more Mexico City sketches: trendy Roma
I had a little bit more time to draw these: a woman in the juice bar with impeccable makeup… and… Read more Mexico City sketches: eyelashes, tree
Agroecologists listening to a talk about alternative markets and food sovereignty in southern Brazil!
I’m working on the cover illustration for Hanna Laako’s book about midwives, “Mujeres situadas, la partería autónoma en México”. Coming… Read more Midwives book cover
I was wearing a sweater against the afternoon wind, but got some sketches of fellow beachgoers…
The week-long carnival in Tenejapa in the Chiapas highlands includes several colorful elements, such as this “chasing of the cow”.… Read more Sketch of the day: Tenejapa carnival
Zapaturistas (including yours truly) watching zapatistas at the CompArte arts festival.
More ink and nib work: people on the streets of Mexico.
Colouring in: a great entertainment alternative to dancing.
Woman with smartphone, dog with fleas.
Peckish? Have a handful of grasshoppers. They’re really good.
In honour of the US American Thanksgiving holiday coming up, here’s a sketch of turkeys! And the small boy who… Read more Sketch of the day: guajolotes aka turkeys