If knowing these things interests anybody, I was born in Berga an afternoon in June 1974.
I use the pseudonym of Jaume Capdevila to go out to the street. I sleep under a drawing table, and my usual feed is gnawing pencils and swallowing soups of ink with shavings of rubber. Some strange default in my eyes is the cause that I see all the people bigheaded, long nosed and with prominent ears -especially the politicians- and I love to draw them like this in my cartoons.
The only white sheet of paper where I haven't scribbled any doodles is my university degree of Fine Arts of te University of Barcelona: I use it to wrap sandwiches.
I draw cartoons in La Vanguardia, Mundo Deportivo and other journals, as Regió 7 or the weekly magazine El Triangle, where I try to make smile the readers.
I published some books with my cartoons: Sense Kap ni peus (1997), Barça: 100 años de buen humor (1999), La Patumàquia (2002) , El Maragallato (2006), and a four volume collection of sport cartoons, called "Pelotazos".
I love the line of the soaked paintbrush on the white paper, the smell of the felt-tip pens, the sunset, walk through the field, to hum old-fashioned songs, to drink carbonated water, and -oh yes!- the potato omelets of three eggs. It's all folks!.