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This image of a woman having a cup of coffee appeared on the screens of my health worker friends’ phones on March 13, 2020, the first day Spain went into lockdown. It was a greeting –a way of showing my support.

Dia

Bon

This image of a woman having a cup of coffee appeared on the screens of my health worker friends’ phones on March 13, 2020, the first day Spain went into lockdown. It was a greeting –a way of showing my support.

Bon

Dia

This image of a woman having a cup of coffee appeared on the screens of my health worker friends’ phones on March 13, 2020, the first day Spain went into lockdown. It was a greeting –a way of showing my support.

Toni Ricart ©

Their response was so positive and enthusiastic that a second drawing soon followed, and then another, and another, and more still. In addition to the health workers, I decided to send them to my dear restauranteurs, and then to my family and Friends. A week later, early each morning, these Bon dia were reaching about seven hundred people who, in turn, forwarded the images to their.

Two years have gone by. We’re not in lockdown anymore, and I feel like this little adventure that kept us together in hard times has finally come to a close. Almost all the Bon dia drawings have been sold, but many people have been left wishing they had one.

That’s why bondia.shop  is here –hoping to keep up the network of affections that the Bon dia images have woven over the months. Thanks to the skill of my friend Jordi Vilella, from Apartedicions, I can offer flawless reproductions, printed on 100% cotton paper using Glicée technology which offers outstandingly accurate reproduction and lasting colors, at the original 20 x 20 cm size.

Here are the first. More will follow soon.

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