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Olmos in 2014
BornDecember 23, 1975 (age 44)
NationalitySpanish
OccupationIllustrator
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Roger Olmos Pastor is a Spanishillustrator.

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Education and career[edit]

Born in Barcelona on December 23, 1975, Roger Olmos became interested in the world of illustration from a very young age, when he started spending time in his father’s studio at home where he watched him drawing and painting. There he got fascinated by authors such as Brad Holland, Caza and Brian Froud.[1]

After attending the Llotja Avinyò School of Arts and Crafts in Barcelona, he started an apprenticeship as a scientific illustrator at the Dexeus Clinic in Barcelona, during which he learned a lot about textures and anatomy.

With time, however, he decided to turn to children’s books. In 1999 he met his first publisher, Kalandraka, at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair, with which he would publish his first book (Tío Lobo) the following year.

Since then he has illustrated more than fifty books for many Spanish and international publishers such as: Edelvives, Penguin Random House, Macmillan, Kalandraka, Oqo Editora, Ediciones B, La Galera, Teide, Anaya, Edebé, Planeta, Baula, #logosedizioni, Melhoramentos, Bromera, Editions 62, Pirouette etc.

He is a vegan and an animal-rights activist, and he actively collaborates with FAADA (Foundation for the Counselling and Action in Defense of Animals, based in Barcelona). This collaboration led to the publication of two books, both published by #logosedizioni (Italy): Sinpalabras / Senzaparole (Wordless) in 2014,[2] praised by the like of Jane Goodall and J.M. Coetzee,[3] and which Roger has described as “one of the most important and personal books of my career”,[4] and Amigos in 2017.[5]

He also collaborates with various advertising agencies, illustration schools and TV channels.[1]

Prizes and awards[edit]

  • 1999, 2002 and 2005: selected for the Illustrator’s Exhibition at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair
  • 2002: White Ravens Selection by the International Youth Library (Tío Lobo, kalandraka)[6]
  • 2004: White Ravens Selection by the International Youth Library (El Libro de las Fábulas, Ediciones B)[7]
  • 2006: White Ravens Special Mention (La cosa que más duele del mundo / The Thing That Hurts Most in the World, OQO)[8]
  • 2006: Premio Llibreter de Álbum Ilustrado (La cosa que más duele del mundo / The Thing That Hurts Most in the World, OQO)
  • 2008: Premio Lazarillo de Álbum Ilustrado (El príncipe de los enredos, Edelvives)
  • 2014 Best illustrated book for children, by the Spanish Ministry of Culture (Régalame un beso, Penguin Random House Mondadori)[9]
  • 2015 Best illustrated book for children, by the Spanish Ministry of Culture (La leyenda de Zum, Nubeocho ediciones)
  • 2017 Selected as one of the most representative illustrators in Catalonia, Guest of Honour at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2017 together with the Balearic Islands[10]

Bibliography (selected)[edit]

  • Tío lobo, Kalandraka, 2000, text by Xosé Ballesteros
  • Lazarillo de Tormes, Edelvives, 2004, (ed. Luis García Martín)
  • La cosa que más duele del mundo, OQO, 2005, text by Paco Liván. English Edition: The Thing that Hurts Most in the World, OQO, 2007
  • La cabra boba, OQO, 2007, text by Pep Bruno. English ed.: The Silly Nanny Goat, OQO, 2007
  • ¡Sígueme! (una historia de amor que no tiene nada de raro), OQO, 2006, text by José Campanari. English ed.: Follow me! (A Love Story that isn’t Strange at All), OQO, 2008
  • Mosquito, OQO, 2009, text by Margarita del Mazo. English ed.: Mosquito, OQO, 2010
  • Un camaleón en la escuela de los gatos, Edebé, 2011, text by Roberto Aliaga. English ed.: A Chamaleon in Cat School, Edebé, 2012
  • Roger Olmos, #logosedizioni, 2011
  • Besos que fueron y no fueron, Lumen infantil, 2011, text by David Aceituno
  • The Story of the Good Little Boy / The Story of the Bad Little Boy, #logosedizioni, 2012, text by Mark Twain
  • Pequeño catálogo de instantes de felicidad, Lumen infantil, 2013, text by Lluis Llort
  • Senzaparole / Sinpalabras (Wordless), #logosedizioni, 2014
  • Senzaparole - Portfolio, #logosedizioni, 2014
  • Regálame un beso, Lumen infantil, 2014, text by David Aceituno Padilla
  • Calando, #logosedizioni, 2015
  • La leyenda de Zum, Nubeocho, 2015, text by Txabi Arnal
  • Cosimo, #logosedizioni, 2016
  • Amigos, #logosedizioni, 2017
  • Stop, #logosedizioni, 2017
  • Lucia, #logosedizioni in collaboration with CBM Italia, 2018

Exhibitions (selection)[edit]

  • 2000 Bären, Munich (by the Internationale Jugendbibliothek)
  • 2014 Latin Beat Film Festival, T-Site Daikanyama, Tokyo, with Ana Juan and Alejandro Magallanes
  • 2014 Pequeños catálogo de instantes de felicidad, Barberà del Vallès
  • 2014 Senzaparole, Biblioteca Delfini, Modena
  • 2014 Sinpalabras, Panta Rhei, Madrid
  • 2015 Imaginarius, Las Naves, Valencia, with Elena Odriozola and Julio Antonio Blasco
  • 2016 Cosimo – Mostra a cielo aperto, via dell’Indipendenza and via San Giuseppe, Bologna (CHEAP – urban art festival, in collaboration with #logosedizioni)
  • 2016 Cosimo, Family Palace, Lucca Comics & Games, Lucca, Italy
  • 2017 Vidas ilustradas (València Capital Animal), Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània, Valencia
  • 2017 Amigos – Mostra a cielo aperto, via dell’Abbadia, Bologna (CHEAP – urban art festival, in collaboration with #logosedizioni)[11]
  • 2017 Cosimo, Mirabilia, Bologna, Italy
  • 2018 Lucia – Mostra a cielo aperto, via dell’Indipendenza, Bologna (CHEAP – urban art festival, in collaboration with #logosedizioni and CBM Italia Onlus)
  • 2018 Lucia, Mirabilia, Bologna
  • 2019 Milagros, Instituto Cervantes, Roma, with Ana Juan

References[edit]

  1. ^ abRoger Olmos, #logosedizioni, Modena, 2011, p.93, ISBN978-88-576-0277-6
  2. ^'Entrevista a Roger Olmos'. Retrieved 26 February 2015.
  3. ^Sinpalabras, #logosedizioni, Modena, 2014, p.2, ISBN978-88-576-0695-8 (Spanish/English edition)/ ISBN978-88-576-0693-4 (Italian/English edition), “All over the world there is a mounting sense of unease about the way in which we human beings have been mistreating and exploiting other living beings. In the most admirable way, WORDLESS encourages us to look at our fellow creatures with new eyes.” – J.M. Coetzee. “We are not the only beings capable of love and hate, joy and sorrow, fear and despair. Certainly we are not the only animals to experience pain and suffering. Through intriguing drawings, WORDLESS helps us remember that we ought to respect the amazing creatures with whom we share the Planet.” – Jane Goodall
  4. ^Senzaparole, #logosedizioni, Modena, 2014, p.3, ISBN978-88-576-0693-4
  5. ^'AMIGOS and SENZAPAROLE. Interview with Roger Olmos'. Retrieved 14 May 2018.
  6. ^'White Ravens: 2002'. International Children's Digital Library. Retrieved 26 February 2015.
  7. ^'White Ravens: 2004'. International Children's Digital Library. Retrieved 26 February 2015.
  8. ^'White Ravens: 2006'. International Children's Digital Library. Retrieved 26 February 2015.
  9. ^'BOE.es - Documento BOE-A-2015-8612' (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  10. ^'Sharing a Future: Books in Catalan. Catalonia and the Balearic Islands, Guest of Honour at the Bologna Children's Book Fair'. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  11. ^'#AMIGOS di Roger Olmos - MOSTRA A CIELO APERTO'. Retrieved 2018-05-14.

External links[edit]

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