At CASA SEAT we understand that culture and art are essential for society and especially for the city of Barcelona. That is why each Sant Jordi we want to promote it by collaborating with an artist from Barcelona, who will draw us a unique rose to commemorate a day as special for the city as it is April 23.

Conrad Roset

Drawing has been a passion and a constant in Conrad Roset’s life, since he played with his brother to draw everything they liked until, years later, he was inspired by women to create the Muses, his most personal and popular collection. Thanks to the dissemination of his illustrations on the internet, he began working for ZARA, where he learned the trade and regularity. After a year, he became a freelance and since then he works for different brands, advertising agencies and publishers.

In 2018, he illustrated with his characteristic style the scenes of the video game GRIS (Nomada Studio), obtaining wide acclaim from critics.

He has exhibited in galleries and museums such as Virginia’s eMOCA, SopkeArt in San Francisco, London Milles in London, Infamous Types in Madrid or Artevistas and Miscelanea in Barcelona.

At CASA SEAT we understand that culture and art are essential for society and especially for the city of Barcelona. That is why each Sant Jordi we want to promote it by collaborating with an artist from Barcelona, who will draw us a unique rose to commemorate a day as special for the city as it is April 23.

Conrad Roset

Drawing has been a passion and a constant in Conrad Roset’s life, since he played with his brother to draw everything they liked until, years later, he was inspired by women to create the Muses, his most personal and popular collection. Thanks to the dissemination of his illustrations on the internet, he began working for ZARA, where he learned the trade and regularity. After a year, he became a freelance and since then he works for different brands, advertising agencies and publishers.

In 2018, he illustrated with his characteristic style the scenes of the video game GRIS (Nomada Studio), obtaining wide acclaim from critics.

He has exhibited in galleries and museums such as Virginia’s eMOCA, SopkeArt in San Francisco, London Milles in London, Infamous Types in Madrid or Artevistas and Miscelanea in Barcelona.