Herbert Baglione’s pen-and-ink drawings apprehend death. But rather than mourning the deceased or fearing the beyond, Baglione covers his thin, fading characters with lush bouquets of meticulously drawn floral forms and organic shapes. These clouds of flora act as vehicles that transport the human figures into the next life — the next phase in a cycle of regeneration. Take a look at some of Baglione’s work below.
Collaboration with San in Madrid