This year 2017 Vinomics are back!
The DO Catalunya keeps supporting this initiative of little stories inspired in the world of wine and signed by well-known talented authors that live in Catalonia.
Vinòmics it’s a collective online and regular project that consists of 7 graphic stories made from the colours of wine. You’ll find different narrative and graphic styles that conform an original and delicious pairing of comics and wines that the audience will be able to savour monthly.
Vinòmics can be read in Catalan, Spanish and English.
You can also find out about
Don’t want to miss any Vinòmic?
What I know about wine
The memory of glass
In Vino Veritas
Raule & Roger
Vinomic no 5
Andrés Palomino & Àlex S. Roca
Vinomic no 6
Ana Belén Rivero
Vinomic no 7
Jordi Carrión & Martín Tognola
Acknowledged illustrator and author of comic books, with an extensive professional background that ranges from the Underground comix until the present. He designs posters, illustrations for the press and biographical comic albums. One of his best-known works is María y yo; an autobiography of his relationship with his autistic daughter, María. For this work, he’s won a national award, the Premi Nacional de Còmic in 2008.
He’s the creator of Sangre de Barrio, Lo que el viento trae or Las guerras silenciosas. He most of the time works with biographical material and his works are infused of certain social criticism. Currently he works mainly for the French and Belgian markets, even though his comic books are published in several countries. Jamás tendré 20 años is his last album, which won the Award for Best work from a Spanish author in the Saló del Còmic in 2017.
- BEA TORMO
Author from La Rioja but living in Catalonia since many years ago. Her strong point are the humorous comic books that depict everyday life and social criticism. She’s created comic strips for El Jueves magazine and at the present she works with the satirical digital magazine Orgullo y Satisfacción. Bea has also drawn several children’s books and has participated in different collective projects such as Caniculadas, a summer webcomic made up of a group of authoresses.
Prolific screenwriter that works almost exclusively for the French market. He’s teamed up with some Spanish cartoonists such as Gabor, Juan Luis Landa, José Mª Martín Saurí. But he’s worked specially with Roger Ibáñez, and together they created Hole ‘n’ Virgin, Amores muertos and Cabos Sueltos. The last work of this duo is Jazz Maynard, a “noir” genre saga based in the Raval in Barcelona.
- ROGER IBAÑEZ
Comic book artist with a characteristic style and elegant and distinctive inking. He started publishing in the 90s in the Otaku, Penthouse Comix and Amaníaco magazines, and some of his comics were of erotic genre. He’s created most of his work together with his screenwriter colleague Raule. His last work is Jazz Maynard, a successful saga of “noir” genre with 4 volumes already published.
- ALEX S. ROCA
An illustrator, animator and creator of friki comics with a personal style. He’s the founder of the video producer and postproduction Quarantados. He’s created several animations for the TV, cinema and viral videos such as Españistán. Àlex creates characters and stories with a touch of the fantasy film, TV shows and cult comic books. He’s the coauthor, together with Andrés Palomino, of the comic ¿Dónde está el guionista?.
- ANDRÉS PALOMINO
A prolific writer, monologist and comic book author. Since 2008 he’s been publishing the comic strips of his webcomic Las crónicas PSN that depict the life of comic books, RPG and video-games geeks. He’s published Manual para padres frikis, ¿Dónde estará el guionista? and the book Generació Tomàtic. He also works as a screenwriter for the children’s program of TVC, El Club Super3. His last work, financed by crowdfunding, is Por Crom, aventuras épicas de un heavy rolero.
- MARTÍN TOGNOLA
Illustrator born in Buenos Aires but living in Barcelona for more than 20 years. He’s worked for La Vanguardia, Le Monde, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Hollywood Reporter and Time Out. He’s currently working in the publishing sector, where he draws comic strips and develops more personal projects. He also coordinates the group project Los lunes, autismo. His drawings have taken on a life thanks to the animation in the building facade of Barcelona City Council and the Auditorium of Barcelona.
- JORGE CARRIÓN
Writer and director of the Masters on Creative Writing of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. He’s published with Sagar Forniés, the comic book Barcelona. Los vagabundos de la chatarra (Ed. Norma). And, in the non-fiction books, Teleshakespeare (Ed. Errata Naturae), Librerías (Ed. Anagrama) and Barcelona: Libro de los pasajes (Ed. Galaxia Gutenberg).
- ANA BELÉN RIVERO
She’s a shameless and funny artist with loads of followers on social media. She’s published her work via crowdfunding: Mens sana in corpore ni tan mal and Somos pobres en euros pero ricos en pelos del coño, being this last one a total best seller. She’s drawn the illustration for the book of the Twitter user Perra de Satán and has published his comic strips in Yorokobu, Divinity, Mongolia and FHM. She’s currently working on a weekly basis in El Jueves magazine.
- RAÚL DEAMO
Restless creator dedicated to design, audiovisuals and writing in comic books. When he was a child he fall in love with comic books as a reader, and later on he entered the world of comic books as a screenwriter. He’s published several comic books together with his brother Dani and under the name of Deamo Bros. Raúl published the comedy series Días Moscosos, drawn by Jan in the Amaníaco magazine. His interest in the world of wine lead to the documentary Deconstruint el vi català (2013).