When we roll out a candy, we uncover the story of an inseparable friendship.
A Strambolic is a strange and shy creature. A Strambolic does not wander in the streets. It can only be found in secluded and unreachable places.
The illustrator Andrés Sandoval shows us the nooks and crannies of the largest Brazilian city.
There was once an ever-growing girl. She grew so much that, at a certain point, it turned into a problem...
A series of events launches a man into the jungle, the space, the sea, through islands and volcanos, until the moment he reaches a strange house in the desert...
One day, the wind vanished into thin air and a cloud set in the sky, right above a road. And there it stood, absolutely still, day in day out...
It arises like a whispered disease and builds on hate, ambition and fear. It cannot hear nor see, still less feel; though, it crushes and silences.
Digigraphy of an illustration from the title Strambolics, limited series and signed by the author André Letria.
Alexandre Serpa Pinto was a wild spirit. His desire for adventure would only be satiated by his many expeditions to Africa, land of mystery, adventure and dream.
Author of Empty, from the collection Imagens that count, a White Ravens 2014.
This is the biography of the unavoidable name of Portuguese poetry.
Catarina Sobral, illustrator from Coimbra, guides us through the corners of her city.
An empty man wanders around the city, collecting things to fill in his void but nothing stays for long. Doctors don’t know what is wrong with the pacient.
Author of Alfredo Keil, our country first, from the collection Great Portuguese lives, a co-edition Pato Lógico/INCM.
This is a book about family and the sharing of experiences between generations. A father and a son take a journey from their home to the stadium, in a Benfica match day.
The end of the road is the beginning of a new path. But there are obstacles to cross over. What will this eskimo, who does not resign to what he knows of the world, do?
Auhtor of Hurly-burly, from the collection Images that count.
This is the biography of the "mother" of the Portuguese children's literature.
This is the biography of the Carnation Revolution hero.
He is an illustrator and illustration professor, who illustrated Alexandre Serpa Pinto, the lost Africa dreamer, of the collection Great Portuguese Lives, a Pato Lógico and INCM co-edition.
Marcus Oakley is a British illustrator who currently lives in Edinburgh. Find out more about this city through his eyes.
Digigraphy of an illustration from the title Sea, limited series and signed by the author André Letria.
He wrote António Lobo Antunes, the love for beautiful things (or at least the ones I consider beautiful), of the Great Portuguese Lives collection, a Pato Lógico and INCM co-edition.
Book inspired in the sculptures at Park of Poets in Oeiras
Digigraphy of an illustration from the title If I were a book, limited series and signed by the author André Letria.
Illustrated Fernando Pessoa, the boy that was many poets, Mind the medication and Diabetes' island, and is the author of Dance, from the collection Images that count.
Author of Shadows, from the collection Images that count.
This is the biography of the first Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation’s president.