Tag: Choque Cultural

  • Varoom Magazine

    The latest issue of Varoom Magazine (17) features a six page article I was commissioned to write about the Brazilian illustration scene. The idea was look at benchmark moments within Brazilian creativity by focusing on themes such as craft, typography, sacred art and the strong influence of street art. It was a pleasure to showcase […]

  • Zezao Vari Acoes show

    This month Choque Cultural gallery in Sao Paulo present a solo show by Zezao, an artist who continues to impress me through his artwork and actions. I first got to know Zezao researching the Graffiti Brasil book in around 2004. Having been involved in graffiti painting, train bombing and pichacao tagging for many years – […]

  • Derlon woodblock prints

    Choque Cultural have been busy working on new original prints. Some have been produced using the woodcuts and or a mixture with traditional Lambe Lambe woodblock print techniques at the Grafica Fidalga. These include two prints by Derlon and one each by Daniel Melim and Jaca. Derlon Almeida is a young artist from Recife in […]