Sports Illustrated

The end of an era of pichers-hitters
I got the chance to draw some of the most infamous, hilarious and polemic pitchers hitting in the history of the MLB.
Of course the opener spread features the one and only Bartolo Colón while spots were assigned to other iconic pitchers in the history of the league who also had their own ways to hit the ball ( or try at least ).
Art direction by Stephen Goggi.
 Chicago Cubs write History 
I got asked to create a really cool Chicago Cubs illustration including famous fans and players, with only one obvious catch, it would only be published in the unlikely event that they actually won the World Series after more than a century! By the time I accepted the project, the Cubs lost already 3-1 , and barely a couple of teams had made such a comeback in the entire history of the championship. 
Despite the odds, we decided to move on...I think I have never been so excited at a baseball game in my life! Shortly after I did one of the few illustrated covers for the Magazine as a variant for the Chicago area, featuring sculptures of Theo Epstein, the manager that led the Cubs to victory.
Art Directed by Stephen Skalocky
Golf Stars against the ghost of golf
Tom Brady´s Superbowl jersey caper

Really fun graphic-novel-looking illustration for the chronicle of Tom Brady´s stolen jersey during last Superbowl.
Commisioned by Sports Illustrated and art directed by Stephen Skalocky.
Full story here
Some discarded sketches for the piece
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