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  • FRANCE 

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    Greetings and sketches from Mzelle Fraise

    Mzelle Fraise (Miss Strawberry) or the undeniable charm of sketches. This pretty doll is all grace and femininity, strawberry red hair raised in a bun, a velvet glance and bright red lips! A colorful silhouette, she is animating the pages […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    The colors of the sky and the earth

    Vincent Van Gogh – Wheat field with cypresses Sometimes the world is so harmonious it makes artists dream. Artists get inspired simply by the color palette before their eyes: the blue of the sky and the colors of the earth. […]

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  • TURKEY 

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    World’s Luckiest Woman, Jane Birkin

    In my opinion, Jane Birkin is one of the luckiest women on Earth. After all, who can get up on the stage and say “Until the day he died, Serge wrote songs for me?” I guess it is normal for […]

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  • PERU 

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    Camouflage

    Cecilia Paredes is a Peruvian artist who plays with our mind and our vision. She appears merged before our eyes with the backgrounds she chooses. With the help of make-up, painting and costumes, the walls become part of the texture. […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Hidden piece of art

    Once upon a time there was a very talented painter who didn’t consider himself an artist. Besides, he thought he was crazy and if people found out they would lock him up in an asylum. So he painted. He made […]

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  • FILIPINE 

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    Body spelling

    One of the most interesting forms of visual art in the Philippines is called “Letras Y Figuras”. I’m sure the idea of spelling out names by using body forms is not new; many of you have probably done it at […]

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  • CHINA 

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    Chen Man: shooting and art design

    Chen Man is a talented photographer in China and has an exhibition in Shanghai’s MOCA. She was born in 1980 in Inner Mongolia. She returned to Beijing with her parents and then learnt art & design. She began her career […]

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  • TURKEY 

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    Buenos Aires lives out on the street!

    Everywhere in the world, artists are leaving closed walled galleries and museums and use streets, pavements and wagons as canvas. Buenos Aires is certainly one of the capitals of this freedom act. If you are strolling the streets of this […]

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  • CHILE 

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    Benetton and Estanpintando∆ are painting the city

    A while ago we talked about the artists of Estanpintando∆ in our blog, and of course, a lot of people loved their work but we loved it even more. That’s why at the Benetton Chile office we decided to work […]

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  • FRANCE 

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    Venice Art Biennale

    A few weeks ago, I had the chance to discover the sublime and magical city of Venice for the first time. I took the opportunity to go to the spectacular Contemporary Art Biennale. In the Giardini and Arsenale pavilions, one […]

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  • ITALIA 

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    A painter without brushes

    The girl who stars in this video is Amy Shackleton, 25 years old from Toronto, Canada, and, believe it or not, she is a painter who paints without brushes! I know, it sounds impossible, even inconceivable… but it’s true: Amy […]

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  • PORTUGAL 

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    Play Sigg

    I am a big fan of SIGG bottles and, apparently, I’m not the only one who thinks that SIGG bottles are small pieces of art. A group of young creative Japanese artists decided to build an interactive installation, a screen […]

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