Isaac Cordal (b. 1974) has dedicated the last 10 years to spreading his sculptures around the world.

Nobody can deny that there is something magical in the (small) figures of Isaac Cordal, which strategically placed in abandoned corners of our urban environments, reminded us of the (dormant) passage of time, the harmful effects of materialism and consumption, and the destruction of nature.

Within the contemporary context of globalization, Isaac's installations bring a new and renewed meaning to things as important as family, friends, the body, health, work, education, food, wisdom, smiles, children and even the painful lessons that life teaches us.