Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Last week ’skine.art did an interview with me. I think it's a very nice idea to get to know a little better and in their words, all the guys in the site. Benjamin Lee will try to feature a new artist every week, so keep checking!
By the way, do you know the Sympathetic Skull?
Posted By Marcelo Braga às 8:20 PM
Sunday, April 27, 2008
Here are some pictures I found in Flickr about the Moleskine Stand at the London Book Fair 2008. I didn't find specifically my book, but it's cool just knowing he's there enjoying the trip.
Photo by Axyr1s.
Photos by Sam Martin.
That's my name, among some great artists, including Mika Lins, also from Brazil and a Van Damme's cousin.
Photos by Katie Johnson, Sam Martin and Dan Morelle.
They asked, but I didn't see anyone using the gloves. In the low right, a closer look of Mattias Adolfsson's wonderfull book. Now it's time to wait for the Frankfurt Book Fair and the sketchbook coming home, with many stories from his journey.
Posted By Marcelo Braga às 7:41 PM
Thursday, April 17, 2008
Still praticing watercolor, I tried to bring more depth to "Judge", a character of my unfinished webcomic already published here until page 17 and apparently still without an end.
As the respected oenologist Fábio Farah and my psychiatrist Pietro Bordini would say: It's time to finish the fat boy's saga...
Posted By Marcelo Braga às 3:06 PM
Monday, April 14, 2008
This small book is in the London Book Fair this year. I was very flattered to be contacted by Marsida Shyti, from moleskine.com alongside people of the calibre of Mattias Adolfsson. The book is there at the moleskine stand, the fair starts today and if you’re in London you can personally meet it. After that, only in the Frankfurt Book Fair in October.
The best part of it is that they sent me 5 books of my choice. So you'll be seing a lot of sketches like theese here in the next months. Also, if you're interested, Benjamin started a nice blog dedicated to moleskine lovers and their art: ’skine.art. Take a look, a lot of great books there.
Posted By Marcelo Braga às 1:45 PM
Saturday, April 05, 2008
I did this yesterday, at Cárcamo's watercolor class. Being there watching him paint in the middle of all those originals is already a full course.
Cárcamo is really a great guy, wonderfull artist and very patient teacher. Daldoce, Gustavo Duarte, Spacca, Lucas Leibholz and Gabriel Bá already took that course too.
Posted By Marcelo Braga às 3:15 PM