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Cinemacrobatics. Artwork for movies.

Pablo Auladell

Acrobatics is the main key Auladell has been making use of as a professional illustrator, a sort of balance between projects that come up from the pure will or need (shared later with the readers, but those projects would have also been done without the prospect of being published) and the commissioned work (which, to a large extent, provides him with a livelihood and also makes the former possible).

Although in both cases Auladell has always sought to distance himself from the cinema, perhaps fleeing from a cliché among many colleagues in the profession but also from misleading and simplifying comparisons with the Seventh Art, paradoxically in the last five years he has been working for that medium on three unusual projects: two still image films (not animated), scripted and directed by the prestigious Spanish director and writer Gonzalo Suárez: El sueño de Malinche and Alas de tiniebla; and the adaptation/homage of Battleship Potemkin, the legendary film by Sergei Eisenstein, into graphic novel.

1. Alas de tiniebla

2. El sueño de Malinche


3. Potemkin

Bio Pablo Auladell





  • Malinche’s Dream: 25 graphite original drawings on paper, sketches and storyboard.
  • Wings of darkness: 12 gicleè prints, sketches and other documents.
  • Potemkin: 28 graphite original drawings on paper, 1 gicleè print of cover of the novel and 1 giclee print of the poster film Battleship Potemkin and the graphic novel.


From Madrid or Alicante (Spain)


Pablo Auladell