Despite exhibiting a rather shameless submission to Photoshop, Señor Salme cultivates a thorough and unrequited love for good brushes and the thick smell of ink. His drawings are influenced by an inconsistent blend of comic-books, popular culture, symbolist painters and mythology. Apart from illustration, he is also fond (though in a somewhat faked way) of Soviet science-fiction films, second-hand books containing handwritten notes by their previous owners, and a musical genre he likes to call nerdie music, which may have little relation with what other people are refering to when using this tag.
Señor Salme lives in Málaga, Spain.
For commissions please contact Synergy Art:
The Atlantic, Avaunt Magazine, Bon Appétit, Camelbak, Fortune, The Gemalto Review, The Guardian, Nature, The New Republic, Popular Mechanics, United Nations, Variety, The Washington Post, Wired Magazine.
Lightbox 2.0 is used to display overlayed images in the Illustration and Sketchbook sections. It's nice and free and easy to use.
The rest of this small, humble website was coded from scratch using Komodo Edit.
Just for the record, Señor Salme checked that all the HTXML code was W3C compliant, so the nerds out there may sleep better.