fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

illustration artist fausto montanari’s latest artwork conceptualizes the spanish ritual of ‘sobremesa’. while the word itself is untranslatable, the closest definition, according to a website dedicated to the art of sobremesa, is ‘that time spent after a meal, hanging out with family or friends, chatting and enjoying each other’s company’.

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

 

 

montanari‘s illustrations were conceived after having spent his time on many different tables of restaurants, bars, and cafès located throughout madrid. the artworks capture various food destinations, the people that work in them and the candid moments occurring in these spaces. the project is created using an iPad pro, adobe sketch and procreate software. 

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

fausto montanari's illustrations depict the spanish art of sobremesa

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: lynn chaya | designboom

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  • It would be “sobremesa”, couse that “mesa” comes from the table where you eat. It’s like the time you spend over the table, overtable = sobremesa.

    VĂ­ctor
    Aug 05, 2017

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