Doñagdeo is a project by Basil el Halwagy (Fine Art Superheroes) the avatar for transformation. Doñagdeo is both a sorcerer and a warrior.

Basil el Halwagy visited Barcelona in the summer of 2016 and brought with him Doñagdeo, to shoot photographic stories in the historical Barri Gòtic.

We are currently developing a dance solo to be performed at  the Children's Museum of Manhattan (New York) on July 20th, 2019.

“She is present where ever pioneering souls are making new discoveries, especially in the realms of sciences and spirituality. The patterns in Doñagdeo's suit come from arabesque architecture, while the helmet is inspired by my exposure to the uniqueness and originality of Samurai Helmets. Doñagdeo is named after a word for ‘bad dreams’ invented by Dorothy Bryant in her sci-fi classic, the 'Kin of Ata Are Waiting for You'”.