The drawings are mostly comprised of a combination of portraits and collage, using graphite, pastel and charcoal.
- The first series Aqui encontrara quien vende lo que usted necesita [Here you will find who sells what you need] combines drawings with 1960 phone-book yellow pages, printed at a time when the private-business industry was still alive and performing well in Cuba. In it I touch upon the precarious economic situation that exists in Cuba.
- The second series Somos [We are] builds upon the same idea but this time using white-pages that contain listings of people. The concept is to randomly choose a name and use it as a window into a person’s image, that I then render in a portrait incorporating different types of media and supports.
- The third series of drawings QJTs incorporates collage pieces taken from the Don Quixote of La Mancha novel. I create drawings based on short snippets of text that I select, which describe an action. I also use pages from a range of other types of printed works that include magazines, and this time the characters and events portrayed in them are contextualized as arising from Don Quixote’s world.