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Boar and Roman on Flickr.
en el jardín del Museo Cerralbo, Madrid.Blog

Boar and Roman on Flickr.

en el jardín del Museo Cerralbo, Madrid.

Blog

Escalera de Honor on Flickr.
Museo Cerralbo, Madrid.Blog
Trajes de Protección on Flickr.
A través de Flickr:
Protective Suits. Fire Museum of Madrid.

Trajes de Protección on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:

Protective Suits.
Fire Museum of Madrid.

Coche electroventilador Delaye from Flickr.
Electric Fan Car, Delahaye 1934.
Car to remove smoke and inject air.
Fire Museum of Madrid.

Coche electroventilador Delaye from Flickr.

Electric Fan Car, Delahaye 1934.

Car to remove smoke and inject air.

Fire Museum of Madrid.

Portraits

Ale / MªAntonia / Carlos 
Maria
Pilar / Caroline / Lesly
Test de inteligencia infantil on Flickr.
Intelligence Scale for Children

Test de inteligencia infantil on Flickr.

Intelligence Scale for Children

Centro Cibeles on Flickr.
The main lobby of the City of Madrid.
blog

Centro Cibeles on Flickr.

The main lobby of the City of Madrid.


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Era Pretecnológica on Flickr.
Exposición TecnoRevolución: la era de las tecnologías convergentes. 
Espacio telefónica, del 31 de enero al 11 de mayo del 2014.PRE-TECHNOLOGICAL AGE
More than three million years ago, when human beings had not yet appeared and elaborated tools did not exist, prehominids used objects encountered in their surroundings to meet some of their needs. It was a purely animal technique, lacking a capacity for innovation and tied to genes.
During the pre-technological age, the tools used were simple stones or teeth which on account of their shape, were appropriate for cutting, tearing o defending oneself. In the history of life on Earth, this period lasted more than 3400 million years.

Exhibition: TecnoRevolución: converging technologies age. 


Illustration
Above: a defense of african elephant and two claws of megatherium. 
Below, from left to right: Roe deer skull, chamois skull, leopard skull, coypu skull, loggerhead turtle skull,  griffon vulture skull and military macaw skull.

Era Pretecnológica on Flickr.


Exposición TecnoRevolución: la era de las tecnologías convergentes.
Espacio telefónica, del 31 de enero al 11 de mayo del 2014.

PRE-TECHNOLOGICAL AGE More than three million years ago, when human beings had not yet appeared and elaborated tools did not exist, prehominids used objects encountered in their surroundings to meet some of their needs. It was a purely animal technique, lacking a capacity for innovation and tied to genes. During the pre-technological age, the tools used were simple stones or teeth which on account of their shape, were appropriate for cutting, tearing o defending oneself. In the history of life on Earth, this period lasted more than 3400 million years. Exhibition: TecnoRevolución: converging technologies age. Illustration Above: a defense of african elephant and two claws of megatherium. Below, from left to right: Roe deer skull, chamois skull, leopard skull, coypu skull, loggerhead turtle skull, griffon vulture skull and military macaw skull.

viaje nocturno on Flickr.Night Travel

viaje nocturno on Flickr.

Night Travel

En boca on Flickr.A través de Flickr:
Maratón de collage con Sr. García.Proyecto Gorrión.

En boca on Flickr.

A través de Flickr:
Maratón de collage con Sr. García.


Proyecto Gorrión.

Gin and Tony
Es un explosivo cocktail de humor, combinado por Tricicle, donde se mezclan muchas risas e increíbles voces en directo, Teatro Calderón, Madridblog

Gin and Tony

Es un explosivo cocktail de humor, combinado por Tricicle, donde se mezclan muchas risas e increíbles voces en directo,

Teatro Calderón, Madrid

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¡Qué sé yo! on Flickr.
I do not know!  Do we have an opinion about everything?
If not, should we?

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¡Qué sé yo! on Flickr.

I do not know!
Do we have an opinion about everything?

If not, should we?

¡Qué sé yo!

blog

El rapto de la Geisha y su Pescado on Flickr.
The Rapture of the Geisha and her FishA través de Flickr: Collage colectivo. Maratón de collage con Eva Cruz Proyecto Gorrión

El rapto de la Geisha y su Pescado on Flickr.

The Rapture of the Geisha and her Fish

A través de Flickr:
Collage colectivo.
Maratón de collage con Eva Cruz

Proyecto Gorrión

Mirador Piovera, Conde OrgazReportaje ‘Urban Sketchers’ o el arte del dibujo y la improvisación, con entrevistas a Juan M. Josa, Fernando Benito y Ana Rojo
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Portraits

Diego / Bea / Boni

Luis