Brazilian Stippling / Pointillism Artist since 2000.
His works range from Editorial and Scientific illustration in order to Particular Paints.
He uses Copic Multiliner Pens from 0.05 to 0.7 and works with Fabriano and Opaline Paper.
To build realistic pieces in pictoric draw, he studies more than 6h per day before starting a single dot, and then continues for the next 15 or 90 days until finish.
All work is done in an orderly and continuous manner, using a magnifying lens to better juxtaposition of the points on the surface of the paper, and the result is the fusion of these in the observer’s retina.
The point is only in black, and the distance between them is made as to suggest to the observer the masses of tonal values that make up each of the depicted object. The observer’s brain is free to create colors and textures based on his memory
He currently resides in São Paulo – Brazil – where he works in his studio and divides his time between the clipboard, art classes and his webcomic GemCafeRacingWar.
His pieces include private collections of artists and collectors of Brazil, USA and Europe.
Selected to represent the Copic Multiliner Pen at COPIC Germany webSite – October 2012
Selected for the Ketel One ”The Modern Craft Project” – 18/december 2012
Cover at IDEAFIXA Art&Design Online Magazine n25
Co-Author at Pen and Ink Book – Stippling chapter from Walter Foster Publisher – November/2016