vjsuave mtv> urban live projection in Sao Paulo
In the middle of the buildings and dark, emerges in Sao Paulo a charismatic character who does not care about the mess of buildings and plunges into the city. Using a projector classic and hard work to produce the drawings, the collective vjsuave played in Sao Paulo nights.
The project, originally created as a sticker for MTV, must have yielded hours of creation – with software and drawing boards, hand painting and the like – and still had to face the rain from Sao Paulo to leave everything the way that the collective wanted.
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