Inspiration: Eduardo Kobra
Mon, 10/20/2008 - 13:47
I introduce you guys to Eduardo Kobra, a designer of the streets, the guy with magic hands that transforms big walls into his canvas and put his work on the gallery called streets, where millions can see but nobody can buy it.
For more, check out his Flickr.
Eduardo Kobra was born in Sao Paulo and started your first lines in 1987, together with the second generation of graffiti influenced by hip hop, but unquiet of personality, he picked up fast, developed your own technique of expression. Your creations are rich in details, extremely real, with the perfect esthetic, that are fruits of detailed researches that count with the vision and technique of an architect, urbanist and specialist in execution of bi and tri dimensional projects. The Brazilian artist has worked with companies such as Playcenter, Beto Carrero World, Coca Cola, Nestlé, Chevrolet, Ford, Roche, Jonnie Walker, Roche, Iodice, Carmim e para as agências The Marketing Store, Diageo, Agnelo Pacheco, besides the fact that he worked with the arquitect Sig Bergamin for the Lê Lis Blanc.