Born in La Plata, Argentina, in 1976, Rebeca moved to Barcelona in 2000 after having studied Fine Arts at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata. It was in the Catalan capital where her career as an illustrator took shape. In the past 20 years, she has combined her work as illustrator with teaching workshops on illustration, color, and narrative in Sao Paolo, Santiago de Chile, and Buenos Aires as well as around Spain. She has published over 40 books, several of which have been award-winning titles in Europe and Latin America. After years of living in beautiful Barcelona, Rebeca now lives in a village near Tarragona with her husband and their two small wonders, Nina and Manel. Rebeca enjoys eating chocolate chip cookies while she works late into the night.|
Shown below are her most recent projects, El cascanueces (Clásicos ilustrados) by E.T.A. Hoffmann (Editorial Alma), Sawabona: te respeto, te valoro, eres importa by Desirée Acevedo (La Cuentería Respetuosa), A pas de tortuga by Boniface Ofogo (Kalandraka), Olas en la barriga by Mar Romera (Destino Infantil & Juvenil), T’ estimo bastant by Rikki Arjuna (El Cep i la Nansa), Zuma y el cocodrilo sagrado by Susanna Isern (Tierra de Mu), Mira’s Curly Hair by Maryam Al Serkel (Lantana Publishing), Corre, Kuru, corre by Patxi Zubizarreta (Edelvives), Las valientes Amazonas by Ricardo Gómez (Edelvives), Un ser llamado Regina by Clarice Lispector (Ojoreja), Las alas del avecedario by Antonio Rubio (Kalandraka), O fantástico arroz de Filomena by Maurilo Andreas & Sophia Comelli (Aletria) Jatakas: Seis cuentos budistas by Marta Millà (Fragmenta), No Parque by Iuri Pereira (SM), Se essa rua fosse minha by Eduardo Amos (Moderna), Mishiyu by Ricardo Alcántara (Combel).
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