In “Ginger” by Romero Britto, joy and charm stream through lively patterns and neon colors resembling stained glass. Universally appealing, Britto’s works delightfully combine elements of Pop Art and Cubism. Britto left law school in his native Brazil, sold his car and early artworks, and moved to Europe, where he sold his paintings on the street. He later achieved fame in the United States when he was hired as a painter for Absolut Vodka. Britto’s engaging works are displayed in galleries worldwide, and used by companies including Disney, Pepsi and Evian.
Brazilian artist Romero Britto uses daring color combinations, lively patterns and strong black outlines in works that pulse with joy and innocence. Universally appealing, his style melds Pop Art with Cubism in artworks suggestive of a child’s enthusiasm and directness. After he left law school, Britto sold his car and early artworks, moved to Europe and sold his paintings on the street. A commission from Absolut Vodka propelled him to fame in the United States. Britto's works have also been featured by many well-known international companies, and have been exhibited in galleries worldwide.