Brazilian artist Rodrigo Branco began his career in the urban art scene of São Paulo. When he was a small child, he had a severe vision impairment that was left untreated for years. Later in life, he had his visual impairment corrected, but still vividly remembers the faces from his childhood - particularly the distorted, colorful faces of the circus performers that passed through his home town. It was during his teens that he discovered the world of graffiti. He began painting murals on the streets of São Paulo portraying strange clownish, and emotional faces that reflect his childhood visions. Rodrigo’s large murals have been a part of art festivals world wide including the Vision Art Festival in Switzerland. Branco’s paintings have been exhibited in galleries in Brazil, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Mexico, Peru and the United States.

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