Welcome to the exclusive online store for The Britto Collection in the Middle East. The Britto Collection is an offical line of merchandise inspired by the art and designs of modern-day pop-culture icon, Romero Britto.
As the youngest and most successful pop artist of this generation, Britto has managed to create contemporary masterpieces that evoke a spirit of hope and convey a sense of warmth.
Romero Britto lived an extremely modest lifestyle while growing up amongst eight brothers and sisters in Recife Brazil. However, his innate creativity allowed Britto to fill his life with vibrant color and images of a beautiful world.
His canvas was any scrap of newspaper or cardboard he could find. Britto has an inordinate passion to excel and prospered academically. Still, Britto’s artistic nature eventually led him to seek experience outside the classroom.
Romero Britto travelled to Europe in 1983 to examine firsthand the Art of the masters. After exhibiting in a few galleries and private showing, Britto was encouraged to travel to the United States where Pop Art was flourishing. Britto moved to Miami and set up a studio open to the public. With an unshakable resolve and belief in his art, Britto spent the next few years exhibiting and attracting the attention of many. In 1989, Absolut selected Britto to design an artwork with their famous logo.
Britto’s participation added his name to a list of Artists, such as Warhol and Haring, also commissioned for the famed vodka campaign. Britto’s studio in Miami Beach was quickly becoming known as a place for people of all ages and walks of life to meet and acquire a unique style of art.
“Matisse channeling Picasso,” wrote the New York times when Britto created a living canvas performed by the Cirque de Soleil in celebration of Super Bowl XLI. Romero Britto’s works on canvas have found the spotlight in numerous corporate commissions and noted art collections. Also an accomplished portrait artist, Britto’s works include likenesses of Ernest Beyler, founder of Art Basel as well as the late Robert Rauschenberg.
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