Cecilia G.F. has a degree in art history from the University of Malaga, and although for a while she tried to look for a job in another field, she never stopped drawing. A self-taught illustrator, Cecilia uses her knowledge of symbology and art theory in her illustrations to enrich them with meaning. Her inspiration comes from different sources, such as music, books, video games and mythology, as seen in her work.
Cecilia has collaborated with publishers such as Alethé, Supersonic, Nocturna, Kakao Books, Munyx, among others, and worked with international clients from all over the world.
Some of her best-known works are Clorofilia by Cristina Jurado (for which she won the Ignotus Award in 2018), La Compañía Amable by Rocío Vega, Sistemas Críticos by Martha Wells, or El clan sin nombre by África Vázquez Beltrán.
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