1. RIP: Jay Adams (1961-2014)

    (Source: thewonderwheel)

  3. savisintheclouds:

    I literally felt like I did not have a choice.


    (via j0ydisc0veryinventi0n)

  4. I have set up on my Society6 shop, new prints available of the photographs that have inpired most of my recent artworks. I wanted everyone to be able to afford prints of my work and this is the best way I could think of that could simultaneously allow me time to be in the studio. Your support is appreciated! x Gala


  5. I have started a vlog project called ‘MOMENTS’, it is a collection of short films and videos I have been collecting from the past two years. They have been posted in a non linear way to be watched one after the other on a playlist on youtube or as a diary on tumbr.

    Most of those short clips have inspired or are related to my artwork. I will be posting new ones almost daily. And soon will start to post submissions into it, hoping to make this an international diary of ‘moments’ from all possible places and young, old, timeless people.

    If you want to follow it, and have it posted to your tumblr main page when you open it go here:


    If you are more of a youtube person, you can always subscribe to my youtube channel and get all the new and fresh clips on there:


  7. Guilty feet have got no rythm.

    Detail from my latest painting.

  8. Sweet portrait of Julian Hand, Demian Castellanos (The Oscillation) and I at The Lexington by Antonio Curcetti.

    More images from that night with TOY on his website:


  9. I am part of the The Threadneedle Prize: Figurative Art Today final selection of artists. This means that I will be exhibiting my work this September at Mall Galleries, being my first show in London in a long time. I am very happy at the moment, and I thank all the weirdos, rockers, hardcore punks and other interstellar entitities that inspire my artwork these days.


  10. Spain NOW! 2014

    I was curated into the Spain NOW! 2013 open studio weekend last year, and went through it with tonsilitis but happy as hell. This year once again I have been invited to be part of it. I love the fact that it is an initiative sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Culture to promote Spanish talent abroad. I also love the fact that no one ever believes me when I say I am Spanish (kids Spanish people come pale, blonde and green eyed like me too), so I am more than happy to represent my country abroad through my art. This year also there will be an Open Call for creatives from Spain based in London to apply and be part of this, if you have a working space and don’t mind chatting with a bunch of lovely strangers over the course of 7, 8 and 9th of November of this year click on this link:


  11. I live in the seventies and I build boats

  12. El terror de las nenas

  13. The street I mentally live in


  15. After you’ve gone