Brazilian pop artist Romero Britto is known for hi use of vibrant colors and bold patterns that are a visual language of hope, happiness and optimism. His two limited edition sculptures, Squeaki and Bulldog are no exception. These pieces are currently on display at the lobby of the Time Warner Center. Britto's works, which reflect his optimistic faith in the world around him, are characterized by his use of intense colors, pop themes and commanding compositions.
About Romero Britto
ROMERO BRITTO is an artistic activist for charitable organizations worldwide and most of all an artist who believes art is too important not to share. Britto donates to over 300 charitable organizations a year. He has met with Presidents, Ambassadors and dignitaries around the world facilitating programs through his art to promote literacy and peace. Not a silent activist, for four years, Britto has been an invited to be a speaker at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Romero Britto was also named an inaugural founding benefactor of the Harvard International Negotiation Program. Britto is committed to developing and supporting the powerful role art will continue to play in world issues. http://britto.com/