Romero Britto (6 October 1963) is a Brazilian Neo-pop artist, painter,serigrapher, and sculptor. He combines elements of cubism, pop art and graffiti painting in his work. Britto has lived in Miami, Florida since 1989. Consistently challenging himself, Britto has completed other corporate works for Movado, Disney, Enrico Coveri, Pepsi, the United Nations, BMW and Royal Caribbean Cruises. Britto has one main art gallery in Miami, on South Beach on Lincoln Road.
in Lincoln, United Kingdom. Our home is close to Lincoln Cathedral and Castle, the historic Bailgate area with lots of popular restaurants and pubs. You’ll love our home because of the neighbourhood. Our home is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers, yo...
in Lincoln, United Kingdom. Situated in Lincoln’s Cathedral Quarter our stylish apartment is ideally located for exploring this world class small city, and is equipped to a high standard. With three large bedrooms, it offers everything for a truly memorable visit. With thre...
in Lincoln, United Kingdom. Accommodation consists of a recently refurbished self contained flat. The flat sits above our lovely tapas bar on a leafy corner overlooking the open space of Lincolns West Common within easy reach of both the uphill and downhill areas of our City...
1938, Lincoln United F.C. (England) #LincolnUnitedFC #England #UnitedKingdom (L16453)
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Church of Santa Maria della Salute, Venice - 1885 | William Logsdail #English, 1859-1944 Medium: Painting - oil on panel | Location: Usher Art Gallery - Lincoln (United Kingdom - Lincolnshire)
Logos de animais em formas básicas e minimalistas
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(pop)culture, parking canopy in Lincoln – United States (2012). Diseño, Garth Britzman. Fotografías, Garth Britzman
Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States of America (click image to see Henry Fonda re-enact a real murder trial that Lincoln won in Springfield, Illinois before being elected president.)