Perhaps these 2 hummingbirds are on love? Well I’m in love with them!
The previous São Paulo post had hummingbirds, as well. However, they are different paintings that appear to be by the same artist.
Luv, luv this bit!
Below is a piece from a globally famous street artist, Eduardo Kobra.
I adore the humor revealed in the series of photos Carolee took of this apparent King.
Brazilian artist Paulo Ito s very political with his work. A mural he did of a starving child eating a soccer ball during the The World Cup went viral. Click on the pic below to read a news article on it!
Carolee says: “Also, in the picture of the mouse and the emperor, it’s kind of hard to see in the photo but the threads in the emperor’s coat are actually real!”
“I often walked down this alley when I lived in Sao Paulo. It fostered art installations, capoeira performances, concerts, children playing, people walking their dogs.”
⭐️ THANK YOU CAROLEE ⭐️
Carolee writes novels that are in her own words “I hope not too naughty for your audience”. I find that a tad endearing coming from an admitted fan of Spongebob. You can find her books on Carolee’s Books on Amazon
“The purple-haired sailor was always visible from my window. I will miss her and Brazil!”
“The 3D art is from an alley that’s located at the site of an underground river, Agua Preto, and hosts a community of artists and an environmental group that would like to see the river resurfaced.”