Ricardo Rousselot is a designer and calligrapher born in 1936, at "El Chaco", Argentina. After several years living and working in Chicago and a few more at Buenos Aires, he was seduced by Barcelona, the modernism, the sea, the mountains… And that was 38 years ago. This documentary talks about how ink as the path, never ends if it's full of passion and love. This is the story of a restless pen that travels between the purity of art and it's industrial application ... as bluesmen sing, "I've got calligraphy".
Direction: Alex Guimerà - Executive production: Flextatowa & Guime - Script: Alex Guimerà - DOP: Alex Guimerà - Edition & Postproduction: Alex Guimerà - Music: Fábel - Sound: Elias Arias
Acknowledgments: Real club de polo de Barcelona, Café Bo (BCN), Carlos, Cynthia & Edy, Sonia Morales. Natasha Ristic, Sandra Reina, Mireia Esteve, Sincriterio (Xavi Mirapeix), Sergi Bueno (Niu BCN) & TMB.
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