This is a series of caricatures made of some of the artists we cherish.
Emicida, rapper, singer, songwriter and one of the most respected MCs in Brazil.
The details on his clothes are pieces of some of his lyrics.
Malcolm Gladwell, journalist. Host of one of the exceptional podcast, “Revisionist History”.
Nick Cave, Australian singer, extraordinary songwriter, author, screenwriter, composer and occasional actor.
"Red Right Hand" is one of his songs. It was released on 24 October 1994. The title comes fromJohn Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost in which it refers to the vengeful hand of God.
Wes Anderson, American director and screenwriter known for the distinctive visual aesthetic of his quirky, quirky, comical movies with flawed characters.
Anderson's style is instantly recognizable: symmetrical framing and a very precise color palette, render his microcosms almost dream-like. It's all executed in such a deliberate manner that the viewer always has little easter eggs to ‘catch’ .
Yayoi Kusama, a contemporary Japanese artist working across painting, sculpture, film, and installation. She has produced a body of work formally unified by its use of repetitive dots, pumpkins, and mirrors.
“With just one polka dot, nothing can be achieved. In the universe, there is the sun, the moon, the earth, and hundreds of millions of stars,” the artist has mused.