This week-end, Cranio stopped by the Favela Moinho in Sao Paulo to paint two new pieces featuring his iconic aboriginal characters.As usual with the Brazilian artist we love his sense of playfulness, colour, dimension and incorporation of indigenous culture into the work. Pics by Cranio
Brazilian artist Cranio is starting 2012 with a bang! Three new pieces recently appeared on the streets of Sao Paulo.His blue tribal characters from Amazonia are mixed with more modern concerns such as consumerism, capitalism and this time they are facing troubles with the newest technologies…Check back with us soon for more by Cranio.
CRANIO‘s latest street piece is well executed and politically charged (no pun intended!). The text translates to “Amazon Rainforest For Sale”, a reference to the destruction of the lungs of our planet. The Brazilian artist has been prolific these past few weeks,with numerous street pieces covered HERE and HERE. We’re very much looking forward to the next instalment!
Brazilian based Cranio has been busy this past week with many new pieces on the streets of Sao Paulo.His blue tribal characters from Amazonia are mixed with more modern concerns such as consumerism, capitalism etc…These small pieces are brilliant and we hope to bring you more from Cranio soon. Pics by Cranio
Be ready for a wonderful trip inside Os Gemeos‘ world with this new show.The Brazilian brothers opened today their new exhibition at the Museu Vale in Vila Velha, Brazil.Ranging from complex sculptural works to huge multi coloured striped walls featuring their iconic characters.This is an amazing and maybe their best body of works to date
Back2Black Festival opened yesterday and more pictures from the event are now surfacing. As seen in our preview yesterday, here are some closeups from Os Gêmeos’ balloon installation and finally visuals from the amazing Brazilian flag they painted on a train at the Estação Leopoldina. Daylight pics by Os Gemeos
Le Invader finally landed in South America which was the only continent he’d never invaded… until now! Consider it now done with this Invasion of Brazil and Sao Pãulo with over 50 new pieces.Most of these new tiles are bought from “cimeterio de azulejos”, small shops in Brazil selling old tiles gathered from old abandoned
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