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Snowden’s orwellian nightmare

August 14, 2013


In the last New York Review, James Bamford notes that the sales of “1984”, the classic dystopian novel by George Orwell, soared within days after Edward Snowden handed the NSA documents to the public. It seems that the implications of a policial State were immediately clear for its citizens. But Bamford himself tries to cool […]

Do drones dream of flying carpets?

May 28, 2012


Illustration for an article (in Spanish) about the latest gimmick of the armies and security forces in the first world: unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) better known as” drones “.  The article was largely based on others published by The New Yorker (membership needed) and The New York Times. Journalism talked a lot of drones (such […]

Hitler, after the downfall

February 1, 2010


I did this one for a commentary of a book by Prof. Richard Bessel on the post-war Germany. As you can guess, I took inspiration from the wonderful characterization by Bruno Ganz in “The Downfall”. On a more personal side, from many years ago I was intrigued by this watercolor by the young Hitler when […]