• Visit us at Go Bike Paris

    Hello, I know I’ve been quite away from this blog, but all this is for a good reason and I want to share it here with you! This blog was born in 2011 and since then I could talk about my passions: bike & street art. It has been many years of dedication in investigating(…)

  • Vivi et les Chats

      No, the previous post was’t my last post on this platform, maybe this one won’t to be also! 2015 was and still have been a year of many projects and I am glad to record still here a project I realized in partnership with my friend, countrywoman and plastic artist Viviane Mendes. —– Sometimes(…)

  • My Last Post…

    It’s been 4 years since I started to blog. This blog is a kind of ego-trip and also a kind of open diary in which I have amateurly reported some stories I’ve lived about my 2 big passions: bike and street art. Over those four years, my passion became my profession and my desire to be(…)

  • In the shadows of Christ

      If in 2014 Rio de Janeiro welcomed me with open arms (see post here), this year it’s welcomed me from the back, or better saying, in the shadows of its Christ the Redeemer. This introduction may seem sad, and in fact it’s a bit, but as sadness never lasts forever, calmly, I found certain(…)

  • Champagne Cycle-Trip

    “Pleasure and Pain represent as twins, since there never is one without the other; and as if they were united back to back, since they are contrary to each other.”  Leonardo da Vinci. After the experience of traveling by bike alone and then in a duo, it was time to ride with a small group.(…)

Visit us at Go Bike Paris

Visit us at Go Bike Paris

Hello, I know I’ve been quite away from this blog, but all this is for a good reason and I want to share it here with you! This blog was born in 2011 and since then I could talk about my passions: bike & street art. It has been many years of dedication in investigating(…)

In the shadows of Christ

In the shadows of Christ

  If in 2014 Rio de Janeiro welcomed me with open arms (see post here), this year it’s welcomed me from the back, or better saying, in the shadows of its Christ the Redeemer. This introduction may seem sad, and in fact it’s a bit, but as sadness never lasts forever, calmly, I found certain(…)