"It prints fluidity in its lines, in addition to a flow of colors and energy that make his art have a movement of its own, becoming the hallmark of his work."
Bruno Carneiro Mosciaro, better known as Bruno Big (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1980) stands out for being a multidisciplinary artist, and for his presence on the streets.
The artist imprints fluidity in his lines, in addition to a flow of colors and energy that make his art have its own movement, becoming the hallmark of his work.
At the same time, academic life has a strong participation in their routine. Graduated in Visual Communication from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ), he is also a specialist in the History of Art in Brazil, with studies in the area of Brazilian engraving. Together with professor and plastic artist Thereza Miranda, he has been teaching engraving classes for over ten years at the same university where he graduated.
One of his most emblematic projects was the creation of a series of icons of Brazilian culture applied to the official shirt of the national football team for the World Cup, held in Brazil in 2014. And also the creation of the collection “Ousadia e Alegria” created especially for Neymar Jr., in which he signed the athlete's boot, a series of products, and the wall of the player's Social Institute.