Poets, like the blind, can see in the dark – Jorge Luis Borges
A little homage to the great Argentinian poet Jorge Luis Borges by Ian Ruschel. The video was shot in the winter of 2010 in Buenos Aires and Capilla del Señor, Argentina.
Alex Dukal’s enchanting and whimsical landscapes and creatures are painted to perfection; understated blue skies, enigmatic charming characters basking in soft sunlight make his illustrations dream-like and surreal. IdN
Born and brought up in Patagonia, Argentina, Alex Dukal’s comic and illustration work started appearing in the legendary “Fierro” magazine from a very young age. He studied at the Manuel Belgrano National School of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires. After graduation he dedicated himself to painting and teaching illustration in his hometown. Alex has worked as web designer for some time but eventually decided to follow his passion for illustration.
Alex Dukal has been working with clients, design agencies and children’s books publishers from all around the world and is a member of the Argentina’s Illustrators Forum.
Latin American graphic design, illustration and typography have its own style and flavor. Myfonts.com recently interviewed Alejandro Paul, a Buenos Aires (Argentina) based type designer who setup Sudtipos foundry with three other associates. Read the interesting interview here. It is always great to see who is behind some of the loveliest fonts that we work with.