Felipunch.

Categorised as ART., ART.

Jurassic Park was on the other day and it got me thinking how amazing it would be if we still had some of the more docile creatures around. Obviously raptors and T-Rex’s roaming through the city clawing away at innocent civilians would be sucky, kind of like people who stop you to sign up to charities, but with a load more blood – I suppose it would be more interesting though. Anyway, even though they’re the dinosaur equivalent of hippies, the vegan, pussy’ole saurs, like diplodocus’ and stegosaurus’ would be a welcome addition to any zoo, or out hard any of those status dogs people walk around with. Pablo Boffelli (who also goes by the name Feli) draws his representation of these monsters as well as a host of other stuff that even Dali on acid wouldn’t be able to conjure up. We sent him some questions in the style of those myspace bulletins everyone used to send around, and here they are. P.S – definitely check out Pablo’s flickr, there’s so much more amazing stuff on there that we didn’t put in this article.

What did you do when you woke up this morning?
I drank mate (typical argentinian drink), turned on the computer and checked emails.

Who in your life inspires you the most?
My everyday life and the city where I live (Rosario, Argentina).

Do you prefer the drawing or colouring in?
Drawing, a lot more.

What’s your favourite pizza?
Cheese pizza, or just the cheapest.

What album reminds you of being young?
Pink Floyd – The Division Bell
Patricio Rey y sus Redonditos de Ricota – Gulp

Who’s on your mp3 player at the moment?
Deerhunter – Microcastle
Black Lips – 200 Million Thousand
El Shaman – En el Mundo de Fuego

Why do you draw?
It’s my language

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  • ed

    mate is such a good drink! i loved it in argentina!

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