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O FOLCLORE BRASILEIRO COMO VOCÊ NUNCA VIU

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O FOLCLORE BRASILEIRO COMO VOCÊ NUNCA VIu

Costumamos ficar impressionados e encantados com  a mitologia de outros lugares, tais quais como: a nórdica, a grega, lendas japonesas, enfim… Contudo, muitas vezes nos esquecemos de como o folclore brasileiro é também rico em mitos, que muitas vezes ficam no esquecimento, talvez por serem associados na maioria dos casos à versões infantilizadas. Pensando justamente em explorar e divulgar a cultura brasileira, o ilustrador Joe Santos decidiu fazer releituras de alguns do mais famosos personagens do folclore nacional. Vale lembrar que a inciativa irá render até mesmo um game que já está em fase de produção, intitulado: Guerreiros Folclóricos.




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Magritte VR Experience inside a giant bowler hat pays tribute to surrealist painter in Belgium

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Advertising inspired by famous painters

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Advertising inspired by famous painters Published on October 6, 2011 in  Artists can rarely imagine what will happen to their work once they make it public. Will it be popular or not? Will people understand it or appreciate it? Hard to tell. Even harder to tell is whether the work will inspire others. The ads presented in this collection have been inspired by popular paintings, making the artworks a little more popular every time. 1. Salvatore Dali The surrealistic painter had created some ads himself, but not only. His style was also often copied in advertising. Lipton’s take on Dali’s famous melted watches, melted lipton labels. Volkswagen used the visual style, distorted people and objects, to advertise its cars. Russian brand Hi-Fi Audio’s advertising copying Dali’s Madonna of Port Lligat. 2. Hokusai The japanese ukiyo-e master was often copied, but it was more in popular culture than in a…