Lives and works in Menton (France). His drawings describe a romantic world populated by fragile beings that emerge from myths and Western literature. Some are almost unfinished fragments, intimate portraits drawn on pages taken from old, broken books that he buys at street markets; others become elaborate scenes where these characters interact in the settings and traditions of the places where the artist lives. His seemingly naive quality uses the Past as a poetic space in which to recount his own memories and life experiences. Fiction overlaps with reality, and classical artists’ narrative intertwines with Guillermo’s own life.