A fashion store in Milan. An exhibition of a conceptual and minimalist artist, in Santander. A light festival in Barcelona. A pavement design in Lisbon. All of them, in black and white.
By the Atlantic shore, between a 17-century fort and a contemporary, super conceptual cruise terminal, both placed on rocky piers, She Changes dances onshore, with the wind. She Changes creates one of the most original shorescapes of the entire Portuguese coast. It’s in the town of Matoshinos, former fishermen village now part of the greater Porto,Continue reading “Porto. She Changes”
To DO list: 1. learn to fly. 2. fly away.
Portugal’s capital sits on seven hills just like Rome, still the hills of Lisbon are somehow more steep so the rooftop terraces offer some unique views.
Maximo Contraste and El Médano (photo above) are two graffiti in the area of Vila de Gràcia, created by visual artist Lauro Samblás. He focuses upon handmade collage, and explores geometry saturated with colors and the emotion that light evokes. He creates artwork, set design and styling for Adobe Remix, Desigual, or Perrier, as well as graffiti andContinue reading “A Way of Colors. Walking on a Dream. Lauro Samblas”
The Lightboxes are paintings of lights that constantly evolve. They can be viewed as moving paintings, or visual music. Brian Eno
There’s something equally beautiful and strange in living in the Azores, right in the middle of the Atlantic.
‘Stories have no end.
Countries have no line.
Everything you think you know
Maybe blurred and remade
In other lights, at other times.’
If you graph the numbers of any system, patterns emerge.