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24 Hours Museum by Prada

24 Hours Museum by Prada 1

Exactly 24 hours, not a minute more, was what lasted the ephemeral “imaginary museum” by Prada, concept of the Italian artist Francesco Vezzoli, between January 24 and 25 at Palais d’Iena in Paris. A worship to the eternal allure of femininity, the museum was divided in 3 sections, historic, contemporary and forgotten each one inspired by a particular museum decor. In(…)

Peru – Colors of Happiness

Peru – Colors of Happiness 0

When the brazilian photographer Carlos Hinke, www.carloshinke.com.br, travelled to Peru he had the expectation to be impressed with Machu Picchu and, of course, that also happened. But something that he was not waiting for surprised him: Peruvian people smile easily with true happiness. Even with the harsh weather the beauty of the people is among the best Peru has(…)

Space Invader – The world has been invaded!!!

Space Invader – The world has been invaded!!! 1

Mixing traditional mosaics with Atari pixels, Space Invader, or simply Invader, www.space-invaders.com, created characters  inspired by the game that, since 1998, have been literally invaded the walls of Paris and the globe. As a joke, Invader does not reveal his real name and identity. He defends the idea that there is too much advertisement on the streets and(…)

Jef Aerosol – He Rocks!

Jef Aerosol – He Rocks! 0

The pioneer of street art in France, Jef Aerosol, www.jefaerosol.com,  had his first stencil dated on the beginning of the 80′s. Sometimes called “The French Banksy” he already got his work printed in the wall of several cities around the globe. His favorite subject is to paint  portraits of his heroes, cultural icons such as Hendrix,(…)

Viviane Mendes –  A Spiritual and Creative Artist

Viviane Mendes – A Spiritual and Creative Artist 0

When  I was living in Canada last year and planning my vacations in Brazil, one artist didn’t get out of my head. I’m talking about Viviane Mendes,  an artist with a  very peculiar work, who lives and work on charming atelier in my hometown Bauru, 300km from Sao Paulo. With the blog project in mind I whent visit her.(…)