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OFÍCIO


No próximo sábado tem Feira Ofício na Praça Rotary, perto do Mackenzie!
Todos estão convidados!

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ANREALAGE @ JAPAN HOUSE SP

One month ago it was the opening of Anrealage's exhibition here in Sao Paulo, at our Japan House!

I was invited to go with one of my best friends, but she got sick and couldn't attend the event in the end. =(   It was a great night, so it would have been great if she was there! Yet, I'm really thanful, because I had a chance not only to meet new and great people, but to reconnect with a friend from Architecture School days.


Some magic reactions from the pieces when we used the camera flashes!


With friends!


How crazy it is to have your own doodle on a Anrealage's piece?


Yeah, keeping my eyes open for a pic is always drama. hahahaha


And now we have a Kushi at Anrealage official website as well! =P
Thank you, Okushi-san! For your kindness that night and always! 


Morinaga-sannnnn!





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SAVE THE DATE - PAPER DAY 3


SAVE THE DATE
Paper Day #3
.     19 de Agosto de 2018
10h às 19h
Universidade do Papel
Rua Matias Aires, 61
Consolação - SP


O propósito do evento é celebrar as diferentes formas do uso do papel, através dos diferentes expositores, mas principalmente o papel transformado em arte.

A edição anterior contou com presença de mais de 1500 pessoas amantes do papel. Também teve a participação de marcas como Suzano Papéis, Arjowiggins, Moinho Brasil, Filiperson, Favini, entre outras, além do apoio institucional da Abigraf nacional e Sindigraf SP.

Estarei lá, finalmente, com as joias de papel!
E também com uma coleção de ilustrações especialmente desenvolvida para o evento - e que conversa diretamente com as joias de papel. Venham me ver!


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GARRET KANE @ apART PRIVATE GALLERY

   Yesterday I had a chance of visiting Garret Kane's exposition here in Sao Paulo, at apArt Private Gallery!



   apArt is a private space where, through a scheduled appointment, you’ll be able to appreciate, purchase or rent fine art and design as well as meet and engage in conversation with the artist or designer.  It’s also a place for book signing events and any other kind of cultural activities.

   Everything is organized on a privé basis for VIP individuals or small groups. Even though here in Brazil it's still not so common to have crowded art galleries - unless there's an event going on - one of the things I liked the most about apArt is the fact that visits are scheduled! It was a slightly intimidating thought at the begining but there was an adorable lady opening the apartment door when I arrived and offering water and coffee, and then a very welcoming apartment full of art in every detail! It was a nice scape moment during a busy friday...


Since the gallery is at a very familiar neighborhood for me, in a certain way it felt like visiting an auntie's place... hahaha.


   Garret Kane is an assemblage sculpture artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Below there are some of his words about art and technology:

   "All human invention is the application of our desires and ideas upon matter and energy - and I believe art is the purest form of this conceit - it's sole purpose being to push matter and energy to the most interesting places it can go.

   Well, that's the idea I like to operate from, and it’s what inspires much of what I do.

   Specifically the mediums, concepts and techniques I prefer all revolve around this association with base nature. They embody the idea that human beings were made by nature and through technology we attempt to recreate nature in our own image.

   Lastly, because nature inspires everything I do and because I love our planet, 10% of all my profits go to the IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature)".
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BLOWFISH DAYS: THE KITTEN



I just came to share a little bit about a crazy kitten I've met these days... Why? Because my life is full of "coincidences" when it comes to the neighborhood!

Have you ever felt like if someone or some unseen force kind of knows it too well?
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