One of the most challenging questions asked in interviews is why in most of my drawings do I use women as protagonists? I have given several answers and I think I have not yet understood that question ... Nobody asks a landscape designer why he always draws trees and forests instead of buildings and cities.
I grew up without a father figure in a family environment where the presence of women was predominant and they always seemed more interesting as people and as characters. The drawings you will find here were not born with the idea of being compiled in a book; These are personal works that I have been doing in recent years and ranging from popular culture figures that have marked me (mostly during my childhood) to women with whom I have crossed at some point in my life and who have contributed positive or negative things ... but something has left me.
Riots does not pretend to be a reflection on the woman nor my point of view on her. I prefer to see it as pieces of influence that have exerted all those who went through my life, both in my personal development and in my work as a cartoonist.
I don't need to look for reasons to draw women since I am not able to find reasons to stop doing it.