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by GenCept | October 13, 2010

Marcus Vinícius aka ENIVO signed a pack with the vital essence of art at the age of 12, through his first experience with graffiti back in 1998. Since then, he has been scoring the city streets as a stamp of poetry, materializing ideas and feelings through images.

He spent much time following the intuitive experimental in his art through techniques, materials and possible languages in and out of Graffiti. Painting the movement, appreciating the unconscious to the expressive final result.

Today, he takes all the mutations of his work as a portal to the new understanding that the technique, aesthetics, concept and expression of transiting in a cyclical form that comes and goes, where each new series is the result of what's been done while at the same time is a step to further research, branching ideas and bringing a range of possibilities for the future creations.

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Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO


Graffiti Brazil: ENIVO

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