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This beautiful piece is the work of Brazilian street artist Tinho who is currently taking part of the Street Art Brazil exhibition at Schrin Kunsthalle in Frankfurt which counts with the participation of renowned artists such as Tinho himself, Herbert Baglione, Fefe Talavera, Onesto and many more.
Credited as being one of the pioneers of Brazilian graffiti creates Tinho hunting images inspired by his punk and skate culture background and his natural awareness, always focusing on human nature. His characters are both vulnerable and strong in spirit and his tableaux bring social issues, dreams and abstract ideas.
This new piece shows the image of two “enlightened” kids, each of them resting or standing on a large pile of books. At their feet and on the surrounding windows we see something that like colourful fabrics covering the space. A wonderful sight.
Photos courtesy of William Baglione and Jürgo
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Here’s one picture of my toes from yesterday, got them wet running in the rain, some last warm days of this summer to dry them outside.
Here’s a link to a blog post that I wrote about summer holidays, and how in (even physically close situated) countries the holiday months are defined different way.
Have a nice August!
Nice shot, looks like they have dried off!
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This statue is a true representation of how I felt about the Gendarmenmarkt. This is supposed to be one of the best Christmas markets in Berlin and is the only one to charge a fee for entry. Maybe this fee is what attracts people, “this must be the best you have to pay to get in”, well actually no, I think its by far the worst (or wurst :) ). There was very little room to maneuver as it was far too crowded and the queues to stalls were huge, it was just terrible. If anyone is going to the Berlin markets just head to the grounds of Alexanderplatz beneath the TV tower, it is free, there is loads of room and the whole experience is just far more enjoyable*.
Very nice shot, and thanks for the warning!
Fantastic shot! Looks like a pretty cool event!
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Dream delivers us to dream, and there is no end to illusion. Life is like a train of moods like a string of beads, and, as we pass through them, they prove to be many-colored lenses which paint the world their own hue…
Ralph Waldo Emerson
I wanted to share some beautiful photos of the Berlin Wall exhibit I visited while in Berlin. About 1km of the wall was preserved after it fell and artists from all of the world were invited to come and contribute. There were some very moving murals and I really enjoyed looking at all of the art!
Some great art there, thanks for sharing!
This picture was made September 2011 at the International BUSCHTAXI – MEETING, (4×4 cars & trucks).
Very interesting shot!
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I’m loving my most recent project . . . painting unicorns (based on the Lisa Frank character) and castles in a little girl’s ‘secret’ playroom! – yes, it’s quite small in there.
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Bielefeld, Germany in a public bath
Nice shot. Only the kiddo looking at the camera
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One of the biggest paintings I’ve done to date got out. 70x100cm; 27,56×39,37in. Oil on canvas. The painting portrays a huge female figure contemplating. The figure stands for an open and constantly working mind, the size of it shows what it is capable in each of us while the female sex was chosen because of its ability to give ‘birth’. The desert is a symbol of non-conformity which ‘big’ mind’ tend to create, usually leaving ‘contemplator’ alone though.
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Another sketch of the mysterious woman with her birds.
Very mysterious! Great sketch!
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