Detail of oil on wood by the Dutch painter Frans Post, the first man to paint the Brazilian landscape.
«The Portuguese-speaking market has become a lot larger and it can be a platform for global brands».
Tea plantation in the Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden. Engraving by the painter and naturalist Johann Moritz Rugendas.
2016 IMPERIVM Catalogue. Look inspired by the book PAU-BRASIL by Oswald de Andrade.
Frontispiece detail of Nossa Senhora do Carmo Church, Sabará. Antônio Francisco Lisboa's sculpture, exponent of Brazilian Baroque.
2015 IMPERIVM Catalogue. Look inspired by the book ORPHEU 1915-1965 by Almada Negreiros.
Detail of a 16th century map belonging to the British Museum collection.