Marcel Aragonès, born in 1968 in Mont-roig, in Catalunya, Spain, a village not far away from La Masia, where Joan Miró held his studio. Journalist and publicist by profession, Marcel is also an internationally rising artist. His unconventional techniques and iconic style quickly caught public attention. Now several of his masterpieces can be appreciated in various exhibitions and are sold worldwide. As a child, Marcel exhibited a natural talent and passion for art, and he never stopped brushing ever since. Throughout the years, he developed various innovative techniques and bold materials mix, especially his iconic acrylic and ink on paper. Most of his works are elegant, delightful, cheering, with a touch of good humour. They convey his philosophy of positive living. According to the artist, “Art should nourish and brighten our spaces and lives. I do not want art to be something sad, dull or depressive. This is why my paintings mostly present energetic and passionate color-play as the central elements. I see my paintings as delightful melodies.” As Miró said, “a simple line with the brush can lead to freedom and happiness.“ It is also Marcel’s principles: to be happy, inspiring and to share happiness and the feeling of freedom to those who contemplate his work, even if it is just a simple line.