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Carlos Meira was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where he attended the Arts Course.
He worked as an art director in many advertising agencies and moved to Portugal in the beginning of the nineties. In Europe he developed his first works with papers.
Back to Brazil in 1996, started to dedicate his time to the illustrations. In 2000 he had his first individual exhibition and fully embraced  his carrier as an illustrator. Since then he has organized seven individual exhibitions and illustrated seven books, not to mention several advertising campaigns of important companies from Brazil and overseas.
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Carlos Meira was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where he attended the Arts Course.
He worked as an art director in many advertising agencies and moved to Portugal in the beginning of the nineties. In Europe he developed his first works with papers.
Back to Brazil in 1996, started to dedicate his time to the illustrations. In 2000 he had his first individual exhibition and fully embraced  his carrier as an illustrator. Since then he has organized seven individual exhibitions and illustrated seven books, not to mention several advertising campaigns of important companies from Brazil and overseas.
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Carlos Meira was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where he attended the Arts Course.
He worked as an art director in many advertising agencies and moved to Portugal in the beginning of the nineties. In Europe he developed his first works with papers.
Back to Brazil in 1996, started to dedicate his time to the illustrations. In 2000 he had his first individual exhibition and fully embraced  his carrier as an illustrator. Since then he has organized seven individual exhibitions and illustrated seven books, not to mention several advertising campaigns of important companies from Brazil and overseas.
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Carlos Meira was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where he attended the Arts Course.
He worked as an art director in many advertising agencies and moved to Portugal in the beginning of the nineties. In Europe he developed his first works with papers.
Back to Brazil in 1996, started to dedicate his time to the illustrations. In 2000 he had his first individual exhibition and fully embraced  his carrier as an illustrator. Since then he has organized seven individual exhibitions and illustrated seven books, not to mention several advertising campaigns of important companies from Brazil and overseas.
                                          :-)
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Carlos Meira was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where he attended the Arts Course.
He worked as an art director in many advertising agencies and moved to Portugal in the beginning of the nineties. In Europe he developed his first works with papers.
Back to Brazil in 1996, started to dedicate his time to the illustrations. In 2000 he had his first individual exhibition and fully embraced  his carrier as an illustrator. Since then he has organized seven individual exhibitions and illustrated seven books, not to mention several advertising campaigns of important companies from Brazil and overseas.
                                          :-)
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Carlos Meira was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where he attended the Arts Course.
He worked as an art director in many advertising agencies and moved to Portugal in the beginning of the nineties. In Europe he developed his first works with papers.
Back to Brazil in 1996, started to dedicate his time to the illustrations. In 2000 he had his first individual exhibition and fully embraced  his carrier as an illustrator. Since then he has organized seven individual exhibitions and illustrated seven books, not to mention several advertising campaigns of important companies from Brazil and overseas.
                                          :-)
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Carlos Meira was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where he attended the Arts Course.
He worked as an art director in many advertising agencies and moved to Portugal in the beginning of the nineties. In Europe he developed his first works with papers.
Back to Brazil in 1996, started to dedicate his time to the illustrations. In 2000 he had his first individual exhibition and fully embraced  his carrier as an illustrator. Since then he has organized seven individual exhibitions and illustrated seven books, not to mention several advertising campaigns of important companies from Brazil and overseas.
                                          :-)
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Carlos Meira was born in Rio de Janeiro and studied at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where he attended the Arts Course.

He worked as an art director in many advertising agencies and moved to Portugal in the beginning of the nineties. In Europe he developed his first works with papers.

Back to Brazil in 1996, started to dedicate his time to the illustrations. In 2000 he had his first individual exhibition and fully embraced  his carrier as an illustrator. Since then he has organized seven individual exhibitions and illustrated seven books, not to mention several advertising campaigns of important companies from Brazil and overseas.

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The Right To Childhood Should Be Protected
From inception, Erik Ravelo's new piece Los Intocables places children at the forefront of issues such as military occupation, tourism, health care  religion, and school violence, asking viewers to consider the potential for abuse within these issues and institutions.




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The Right To Childhood Should Be Protected
From inception, Erik Ravelo's new piece Los Intocables places children at the forefront of issues such as military occupation, tourism, health care  religion, and school violence, asking viewers to consider the potential for abuse within these issues and institutions.




Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.



 
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The Right To Childhood Should Be Protected
From inception, Erik Ravelo's new piece Los Intocables places children at the forefront of issues such as military occupation, tourism, health care  religion, and school violence, asking viewers to consider the potential for abuse within these issues and institutions.




Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.



 
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unknowneditors:

The Right To Childhood Should Be Protected
From inception, Erik Ravelo's new piece Los Intocables places children at the forefront of issues such as military occupation, tourism, health care  religion, and school violence, asking viewers to consider the potential for abuse within these issues and institutions.




Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.



 
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unknowneditors:

The Right To Childhood Should Be Protected
From inception, Erik Ravelo's new piece Los Intocables places children at the forefront of issues such as military occupation, tourism, health care  religion, and school violence, asking viewers to consider the potential for abuse within these issues and institutions.




Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.



 
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unknowneditors:

The Right To Childhood Should Be Protected

From inception, Erik Ravelo's new piece Los Intocables places children at the forefront of issues such as military occupation, tourism, health care  religion, and school violence, asking viewers to consider the potential for abuse within these issues and institutions.

Be sure to check out Unknown Editors on Tumblr & Facebook.

 

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