Sao Paulo blood transfer

image eric marechal text roberto voorbij

For the Street Art Without Borders project – a by Eric Marechal initiated international, ever expanding street art exhibit – the pieces New York blood, Sao Paulo blood and Berlin blood were pasted on the walls of Crackolandia, Sao Paulo. An area where crack addicts gather. Forming a Chinese – Dutch – German triptych together with the gripping and appropriate works of Chinese artist Aniu – representing New York with the statue of liberty on the one end – and ALIAS from Berlin on the other end. Thanks Eric for the amazing pictures, location and collage!

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Aniu – Live Free or Die. Roberto Voorbij – New York blood, Sao Paulo blood (2012).

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Roberto Voorbij – Sao Paulo blood, Berlin blood (2012). Alias – Body Body Head (2012).

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Aniu – Live Free or Die. Roberto Voorbij – New York blood, Sao Paulo blood, Berlin blood (2012). Alias – Body Body Head (2012).

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Aniu – Live Free or Die. Roberto Voorbij – New York blood, Sao Paulo blood, Berlin blood (2012). Alias – Body Body Head (2012).

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Roberto Voorbij – Berlin blood (2012). Alias – Body Body Head (2012).

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Aniu – Live Free or Die. Roberto Voorbij – New York blood (2012).

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Aniu – Live Free or Die. Roberto Voorbij – New York blood, Sao Paulo blood, Berlin blood (2012). Alias – Body Body Head (2012).

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