At the early age of 10, Antoni Sendra was abducted by a graffiti he saw on a wall in his neighborhood. He experienced a satori at that very moment and became aware of two things. Firstly: time vanishes when you let your passions guide you. Secondly: when time vanishes, you can be a child forever.
From then on, he let himself get abducted regularly: by urban art; comics - Lobo, Charles Burns or Peter Bagge; drums; punk & hardcore; skateboarding; science fiction; classic films; modern films; splatter films; Estellés and Kerouak's poetry; Ray Bradbury, Stanislaw Lem and Cormac McCarthy's works; animation; cycling; cycling; cycling; cycling and did we mention cycling?
One day, he got off his bike, raised his head, look at her daughter in the eyes and realized he was 34. He deeply reflected about the path he had walked and concluded that it would be great to spend another 34 years doing beautifully useless things. And that is exactly where he is at the moment.