Born in Buenos Aires in 1974, Leonardo Flores is active in the field of the drawing, publishing illustration and conceptual art for cinema and TV.
After having published graphical humor columns and being employed for 5 years as a cartoon Art Director in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 2000 he decided to move to Barcelona, Spain. His illustrations are published in numerous Catalan publications such as the SÀPIENS and JAÇ magazines together with the newspaper La Vanguardia.
He has designed hundreds of book covers for publishing houses such as Ediciones B, Planeta, Minotauro, Timun Mas, Suma de Letras and Ikusager.
He is the scriptwriter of the column "Animalades" of the Tretze Vents magazine in collaboration with the illustrator Rebeca Luciani.
He currently teaches drawing, illustration and creativity in his studio in the Raval neighborhood of Barcelona, and combines it with excursions to the mountains & forests in order to dig deeper into the process of creative disentanglement through energy self-disentanglement. According to his experience, contact with the natural world plays an important role in bringing about an internal state of emptiness or silence that encourages the spontaneous appearance of ideas and feeling of an intimate and truthful quality, whilst being more humane, interactive and universal.