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Brazilian Artist Vicente José de Oliveira Muniz, known as “Vik Muniz”, partakes in various projects with recyclable materials. Vastly known for working with recycled garbage using unconventional materials as its main source of his landscape designs. Muniz’s creations surround strong awareness to reduce pollution within the communities in Brazil. Partaking in the United Nations Conference on […]

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 […]

Brazilian Artist Jarbas Lopes

Brazilian Artist Jarbas Lopes from Nova Iguacu – Rio de Janeiro, Brasil works and lives in Marica – RJ. This great sculpture of modern art, “O Bem e Mal Entendido Fuscas”, The Good and Evil Understood Beetles – created in 2006 shows an expressive unique value of the VW LOVE Bugs. The “A Gentil Carioca”- Art Gallery, displayed the “Fuscas” within the exhibit.

Courtesy of Brazilian photographer Claudio Lara

Further Information please view indicated web site for the Gallery Information:

http://www.agentilcarioca.com.br/

http://oneartworld.com/artists/J/Jarbas+Lopes.html

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The Beauty of Brazilian Artist Domingo Tótora’s Work

Domingos Tótora is known for working with recycled cardboard – paper as the source material for his work. All of his creations with recycled cardboard become sculptures of functionality in the home.
These exquisite designs of recycled cardboard vases are crafted by hand. The beauty of Domingos Tótora’s work brings the final touch of the design to be unique and functional.

For further information and purchasing options please view indicated web site:

http://www.domingostotora.com.br/

Brazilian Agate Stone Accessories For The Home

Brazilian Agate Stone – Comes in various shapes and forms. The stone exhibits unique sizable geodes of layered nodules. Original stone color shows to be in brownish tones layered with white and gray patterns/ layers. The quartz forms within these nodules create a striking specimen when cut opposite the layered growth axis. The Agate Stone when Hand Crafted is often dyed in various colors to the final product design. It is available in reds, browns, yellows, oranges, and blacks, sometimes with banding, stripes or zoning.

* This stone also is known to stimulate analytical abilities and perception, while eliminating negativity.

Courtesy of: RabLabs – In this photo each coaster is uniquely cut from a Brazilian agate stone which may vary in size and tone is designed by Anna Rabinowicz.

For further purchasing options and information view indicated web site:

http://www.rablabs.com/v2/

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BRAZILIAN ARTIST BEATRIZ MILHAZES

A True “Carioca”, Painter Beatriz Milhazes is known for her “Magic of OZ” (2001) exquisite art work. With a large scale of vivid shapes and bright colors it brings the dynamics of the artistic design together. This particular painting was auctioned in the famous Sotheby´s in New York and received the highest bid ever conquered by a live Brazilian artist.

For further information for purchase and exhibitions:

http://www.jamescohan.com/artists/beatriz-milhazes/

http://www.sothebys.com/en.html

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Frankie Table Lamp - Brazilian Designer Fernando Akasaka

Frankie Table Lamp – Brazilian Designer Fernando Akasaka

Designer Fernando Akasaka eclectic style shown in this lighting design exhibits the nature of some of the creations of his contemporary furniture pieces from his line called FA Designs. The Frankie Table Lamp shows strong and piercing features with its structural skull-shaped design which emits a bright light through the eyes.
For stores and further information please view below web site:

http://www.viamanzoni.com.br/

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)

Furniture Design – Bahia Chair Bonfim

London Base Design Studio: 20Age does exquisite modern classics refurbishing of historic furniture pieces by today’s most exciting designers. The Bahia Chair Design was created with the vintage Parker Knoll wingback it is covered in 5,000 Brazilian Bonfim ribbons, usually worn around the wrist for good luck and also hung as an art piece in the interior space of your home. The fabric colors are vibrant and warm. The base and top colors showing the yellow velvet cord and green checked cotton with the final touch of turquoise buttons to complete the final design and incorporating the lucky charm of the Bonfim.

For stores and further information please view below web site: http://20age.com

History of Brazilian Wish Bracelets - Bahia Bands

Bahia Bands~ Also known as Brazilian Wish Bracelets, they are a 200 year-old tradition from Brazil. These ribbons of Bonfim are said to bring good luck to those who adhere to the tradition. Nowadays, the Bahia Bands are worn as a fashion accessory as well as a good luck charm. The wish ribbon is tied around the wrist with 3 knots. A wish is made for each of the 3 knots tied. Once the Brazilian Wish Bracelet falls off the wrist on its own, it is believed the 3 wishes will come true.
The writing on the ribbon says ”Lembrança do Senhor do Bonfim da Bahia”, or in remembrance of the savior of Bahia, or Souvenir from the God of Bahia.

*Make Sure NOT to cut them OFF – As it becomes bad luck!
OR Decorate your Home by hanging the beautiful color Bahia Bands on a wreath on a special spot on your Wall in your Home.

Vitra Design Museum-The Works of the Brazilian brothers Fernando & Humberto Campana 1989-2009

Vitra Design Museum: Antibodies. The Works of Fernando & Humberto Campana 1989-2009
Vitra Design Museum recently presented the exhibition, titled Antibodies, which included the works of Fernando & Humberto Campana from 1989-2009. The Brazilian brothers have worked together as furniture designers in Sao Paulo since 1989.

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