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Brazilian Dragonflies Black, Blue, Raspberry & Turquoise Dragonflies are found in Amazon Rainforest- Brazil. Aeshnidae, Cordulegastridae, Gomphidae and Libellulidae are some of their families. They eat mosquitoes, flies, bees and butterflies. Adult dragonflies are harmless insects to humans but nymphs deliver the painful and harmless bite. A dragonfly is a symbol of sense of self, […]

The Brazilian society is well known for finding artistic solutions to a great variety of issues concerning recyclable plastic materials. Brazil is the world leader in innovative alternatives for reusing PET bottles after their consumption. With vast creativity and growth within the communities it has shown to be an exceptional tool in bringing awareness to the world. ECO […]

Diego Limberti known for his creations of concept art, graffiti, illustrations and paintings has a vast direction of branding his work. One of his exquisite landscapes of designs called “Oasis” has launched in the Macy’s project collection called Brasil, Magical Journey. His work has an urban touch to his style which is highlighted by compositions made […]

Marcelo Rosenbaum has been designing for over 20 years and his work is inspired by the Brazilian cultural values. One of his projects includes the- Lar Doce Lar, “Horta Vertical Bottles” made with PET. This is a true ECO Green Vertical Garden that overtakes the side of the building with an outlay of a beautiful floral display. This beloved […]

Campana Brothers John Madejski Garden

Excellent Video of the Installation Process of The celebrated Brazilian design duo, the Campana Brothers, with their special commission in the John Madejski Garden.

http://vimeo.com/16613126

Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana transformed the John Madejski Garden with a unique installation exploring the use of bamboo, a material often featured in their work. The installation also included a new outdoor edition of their ‘Vitoria Regia’ seats, specially designed to mark the V&A’s 150th anniversary. These were inspired by the giant water lilies found in the Amazon and named in Queen Victoria’s honor.

(Courtesy of Albion Gallery – V&A Commission)

Campana Brothers John Madejski Garden

Excellent Video of the Installation Process of The celebrated Brazilian design duo, the Campana Brothers, with their special commission in the John Madejski Garden.

http://vimeo.com/16613126

Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana transformed the John Madejski Garden with a unique installation exploring the use of bamboo, a material often featured in their work. The installation also included a new outdoor edition of their ‘Vitoria Regia’ seats, specially designed to mark the V&A’s 150th anniversary. These were inspired by the giant water lilies found in the Amazon and named in Queen Victoria’s honor.

(Courtesy of Albion Gallery – V&A Commission)

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