Color Makes Everything Better: Brazilian Suburb Gets Perspective Typography Murals.
Sao Paulo was made a little more colorful when artist collective Boa Mistura added his touch.
It’s not a parking lot, but a residential building from the 60’s. What impresses me the most is not how it is decayed, but how it was built in first place.
Also by our guy Ruy, Watermelon Building.
Ok, the real names are:
- Hotel Renaissance (Lollipop #1)
- Instituto Tomie Ohtake (Lollipop #2, named after his mom)
- Hotel Unique (Watermelon)
Sao Paulo (1960) - Rene Burri
I was looking for this picture.
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Photography by: magnoliatree
Old São Paulo downtown has an exquisite gothamnesque feel. It’s a shame there’s not really much to do there.
Avenida das Nações Unidas [United Nations Avenue] - São Paulo, Brazil.
It is pretty and hi-tech, but that river reeks of sewage.