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Artist on tumblr - FalcaoLucas  is an illustration project created by Tânia Falcão and Avelar Lucas, two designers/ musicians/ illustrators from Portugal who also happen to be a married couple.

We have several works published in various newspapers, as well as advertising work for various companies. Our inspiration comes from music and the emotions it conveys.

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Artist on tumblr - FalcaoLucas  is an illustration project created by Tânia Falcão and Avelar Lucas, two designers/ musicians/ illustrators from Portugal who also happen to be a married couple.

We have several works published in various newspapers, as well as advertising work for various companies. Our inspiration comes from music and the emotions it conveys.

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Artist on tumblr - FalcaoLucas  is an illustration project created by Tânia Falcão and Avelar Lucas, two designers/ musicians/ illustrators from Portugal who also happen to be a married couple.

We have several works published in various newspapers, as well as advertising work for various companies. Our inspiration comes from music and the emotions it conveys.

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Artist on tumblr - FalcaoLucas  is an illustration project created by Tânia Falcão and Avelar Lucas, two designers/ musicians/ illustrators from Portugal who also happen to be a married couple.

We have several works published in various newspapers, as well as advertising work for various companies. Our inspiration comes from music and the emotions it conveys.

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Artist on tumblr - FalcaoLucas  is an illustration project created by Tânia Falcão and Avelar Lucas, two designers/ musicians/ illustrators from Portugal who also happen to be a married couple.

We have several works published in various newspapers, as well as advertising work for various companies. Our inspiration comes from music and the emotions it conveys.

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Artist on tumblr - FalcaoLucas  is an illustration project created by Tânia Falcão and Avelar Lucas, two designers/ musicians/ illustrators from Portugal who also happen to be a married couple.

We have several works published in various newspapers, as well as advertising work for various companies. Our inspiration comes from music and the emotions it conveys.

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Artist on tumblr - FalcaoLucas  is an illustration project created by Tânia Falcão and Avelar Lucas, two designers/ musicians/ illustrators from Portugal who also happen to be a married couple.

We have several works published in various newspapers, as well as advertising work for various companies. Our inspiration comes from music and the emotions it conveys.

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Mum draws the faces, daughter draws the bodies…


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Mum draws the faces, daughter draws the bodies…


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Mum draws the faces, daughter draws the bodies…


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Mum draws the faces, daughter draws the bodies…


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Mum draws the faces, daughter draws the bodies…


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Mum draws the faces, daughter draws the bodies…


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Mark Cohen
"Cohen has spent decades doing hit-and-run street photography in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His pictures are always taken from waist-height, and he’s taken 800,000 shots he’s never even seen.
His furtive shooting technique has always been laced with danger. One of his images is of a man, angered by the invasion of his personal space, swinging a punch at him [last image]. ’That type of interaction took a psychological toll over the years,’ he says. ‘I made a lot of nifty pictures by being that close to people. But after a while, I went to a wider lens. 28mm. Then 35mm. Now I’m at 50mm, so I feel very safe.’
But isn’t getting audaciously close, almost predatory, integral to his work? ‘The trespass makes it happen, yes,’ he says. ‘When you’re trying to make a new object, you’ve got to make something happen. And you learn to read people’s reactions quickly.’ After all these years, honing in on details to find images has become automatic.
'I get on a trolley and go to a specific intersection. I like to go to the same one 10 times, so I understand the texture of the neighborhood,' he says. As for Wilkes-Barre, he sees no need to dwell on it any more: 'The slice of America I've been looking at is everywhere.'”
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Mark Cohen
"Cohen has spent decades doing hit-and-run street photography in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His pictures are always taken from waist-height, and he’s taken 800,000 shots he’s never even seen.
His furtive shooting technique has always been laced with danger. One of his images is of a man, angered by the invasion of his personal space, swinging a punch at him [last image]. ’That type of interaction took a psychological toll over the years,’ he says. ‘I made a lot of nifty pictures by being that close to people. But after a while, I went to a wider lens. 28mm. Then 35mm. Now I’m at 50mm, so I feel very safe.’
But isn’t getting audaciously close, almost predatory, integral to his work? ‘The trespass makes it happen, yes,’ he says. ‘When you’re trying to make a new object, you’ve got to make something happen. And you learn to read people’s reactions quickly.’ After all these years, honing in on details to find images has become automatic.
'I get on a trolley and go to a specific intersection. I like to go to the same one 10 times, so I understand the texture of the neighborhood,' he says. As for Wilkes-Barre, he sees no need to dwell on it any more: 'The slice of America I've been looking at is everywhere.'”
likeafieldmouse:

Mark Cohen
"Cohen has spent decades doing hit-and-run street photography in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His pictures are always taken from waist-height, and he’s taken 800,000 shots he’s never even seen.
His furtive shooting technique has always been laced with danger. One of his images is of a man, angered by the invasion of his personal space, swinging a punch at him [last image]. ’That type of interaction took a psychological toll over the years,’ he says. ‘I made a lot of nifty pictures by being that close to people. But after a while, I went to a wider lens. 28mm. Then 35mm. Now I’m at 50mm, so I feel very safe.’
But isn’t getting audaciously close, almost predatory, integral to his work? ‘The trespass makes it happen, yes,’ he says. ‘When you’re trying to make a new object, you’ve got to make something happen. And you learn to read people’s reactions quickly.’ After all these years, honing in on details to find images has become automatic.
'I get on a trolley and go to a specific intersection. I like to go to the same one 10 times, so I understand the texture of the neighborhood,' he says. As for Wilkes-Barre, he sees no need to dwell on it any more: 'The slice of America I've been looking at is everywhere.'”
likeafieldmouse:

Mark Cohen
"Cohen has spent decades doing hit-and-run street photography in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His pictures are always taken from waist-height, and he’s taken 800,000 shots he’s never even seen.
His furtive shooting technique has always been laced with danger. One of his images is of a man, angered by the invasion of his personal space, swinging a punch at him [last image]. ’That type of interaction took a psychological toll over the years,’ he says. ‘I made a lot of nifty pictures by being that close to people. But after a while, I went to a wider lens. 28mm. Then 35mm. Now I’m at 50mm, so I feel very safe.’
But isn’t getting audaciously close, almost predatory, integral to his work? ‘The trespass makes it happen, yes,’ he says. ‘When you’re trying to make a new object, you’ve got to make something happen. And you learn to read people’s reactions quickly.’ After all these years, honing in on details to find images has become automatic.
'I get on a trolley and go to a specific intersection. I like to go to the same one 10 times, so I understand the texture of the neighborhood,' he says. As for Wilkes-Barre, he sees no need to dwell on it any more: 'The slice of America I've been looking at is everywhere.'”
likeafieldmouse:

Mark Cohen
"Cohen has spent decades doing hit-and-run street photography in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His pictures are always taken from waist-height, and he’s taken 800,000 shots he’s never even seen.
His furtive shooting technique has always been laced with danger. One of his images is of a man, angered by the invasion of his personal space, swinging a punch at him [last image]. ’That type of interaction took a psychological toll over the years,’ he says. ‘I made a lot of nifty pictures by being that close to people. But after a while, I went to a wider lens. 28mm. Then 35mm. Now I’m at 50mm, so I feel very safe.’
But isn’t getting audaciously close, almost predatory, integral to his work? ‘The trespass makes it happen, yes,’ he says. ‘When you’re trying to make a new object, you’ve got to make something happen. And you learn to read people’s reactions quickly.’ After all these years, honing in on details to find images has become automatic.
'I get on a trolley and go to a specific intersection. I like to go to the same one 10 times, so I understand the texture of the neighborhood,' he says. As for Wilkes-Barre, he sees no need to dwell on it any more: 'The slice of America I've been looking at is everywhere.'”
likeafieldmouse:

Mark Cohen
"Cohen has spent decades doing hit-and-run street photography in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His pictures are always taken from waist-height, and he’s taken 800,000 shots he’s never even seen.
His furtive shooting technique has always been laced with danger. One of his images is of a man, angered by the invasion of his personal space, swinging a punch at him [last image]. ’That type of interaction took a psychological toll over the years,’ he says. ‘I made a lot of nifty pictures by being that close to people. But after a while, I went to a wider lens. 28mm. Then 35mm. Now I’m at 50mm, so I feel very safe.’
But isn’t getting audaciously close, almost predatory, integral to his work? ‘The trespass makes it happen, yes,’ he says. ‘When you’re trying to make a new object, you’ve got to make something happen. And you learn to read people’s reactions quickly.’ After all these years, honing in on details to find images has become automatic.
'I get on a trolley and go to a specific intersection. I like to go to the same one 10 times, so I understand the texture of the neighborhood,' he says. As for Wilkes-Barre, he sees no need to dwell on it any more: 'The slice of America I've been looking at is everywhere.'”
likeafieldmouse:

Mark Cohen
"Cohen has spent decades doing hit-and-run street photography in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His pictures are always taken from waist-height, and he’s taken 800,000 shots he’s never even seen.
His furtive shooting technique has always been laced with danger. One of his images is of a man, angered by the invasion of his personal space, swinging a punch at him [last image]. ’That type of interaction took a psychological toll over the years,’ he says. ‘I made a lot of nifty pictures by being that close to people. But after a while, I went to a wider lens. 28mm. Then 35mm. Now I’m at 50mm, so I feel very safe.’
But isn’t getting audaciously close, almost predatory, integral to his work? ‘The trespass makes it happen, yes,’ he says. ‘When you’re trying to make a new object, you’ve got to make something happen. And you learn to read people’s reactions quickly.’ After all these years, honing in on details to find images has become automatic.
'I get on a trolley and go to a specific intersection. I like to go to the same one 10 times, so I understand the texture of the neighborhood,' he says. As for Wilkes-Barre, he sees no need to dwell on it any more: 'The slice of America I've been looking at is everywhere.'”
likeafieldmouse:

Mark Cohen
"Cohen has spent decades doing hit-and-run street photography in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His pictures are always taken from waist-height, and he’s taken 800,000 shots he’s never even seen.
His furtive shooting technique has always been laced with danger. One of his images is of a man, angered by the invasion of his personal space, swinging a punch at him [last image]. ’That type of interaction took a psychological toll over the years,’ he says. ‘I made a lot of nifty pictures by being that close to people. But after a while, I went to a wider lens. 28mm. Then 35mm. Now I’m at 50mm, so I feel very safe.’
But isn’t getting audaciously close, almost predatory, integral to his work? ‘The trespass makes it happen, yes,’ he says. ‘When you’re trying to make a new object, you’ve got to make something happen. And you learn to read people’s reactions quickly.’ After all these years, honing in on details to find images has become automatic.
'I get on a trolley and go to a specific intersection. I like to go to the same one 10 times, so I understand the texture of the neighborhood,' he says. As for Wilkes-Barre, he sees no need to dwell on it any more: 'The slice of America I've been looking at is everywhere.'”
likeafieldmouse:

Mark Cohen
"Cohen has spent decades doing hit-and-run street photography in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His pictures are always taken from waist-height, and he’s taken 800,000 shots he’s never even seen.
His furtive shooting technique has always been laced with danger. One of his images is of a man, angered by the invasion of his personal space, swinging a punch at him [last image]. ’That type of interaction took a psychological toll over the years,’ he says. ‘I made a lot of nifty pictures by being that close to people. But after a while, I went to a wider lens. 28mm. Then 35mm. Now I’m at 50mm, so I feel very safe.’
But isn’t getting audaciously close, almost predatory, integral to his work? ‘The trespass makes it happen, yes,’ he says. ‘When you’re trying to make a new object, you’ve got to make something happen. And you learn to read people’s reactions quickly.’ After all these years, honing in on details to find images has become automatic.
'I get on a trolley and go to a specific intersection. I like to go to the same one 10 times, so I understand the texture of the neighborhood,' he says. As for Wilkes-Barre, he sees no need to dwell on it any more: 'The slice of America I've been looking at is everywhere.'”
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Marina Richter
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Marina Richter
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Marina Richter
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Marina Richter
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Marina Richter
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Marina Richter
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Marina Richter
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Marina Richter
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Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
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Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
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Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
likeafieldmouse:

Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher
"Thirty years of work on the African continent have carried Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher across 270,000 miles and through remote corners of 40 countries in exploration of more than 150 African cultures. In the process, this team of world-renowned photographers has produced 15 widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa.
While the lifeways they document may appear timeless, these committed explorers are driven by a sense that they work against the clock. They view Africa’s traditional cultures as threatened, the ancient ways in danger of being lost in a vast melting pot of modernity. According to Fisher and Beckwith: ‘These unique cultures possess a wealth of knowledge that should be celebrated, shared, and honored. It is our life passion to document and create a powerful visual record of these vanishing ways of life for future generations.’”
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Mervecan Saral
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Olafur Eliasson - Round Rainbow (2005)
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Olafur Eliasson - Round Rainbow (2005)
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Olafur Eliasson - Round Rainbow (2005)
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Olafur Eliasson - Round Rainbow (2005)
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Olafur Eliasson - Round Rainbow (2005)
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Olafur Eliasson - Round Rainbow (2005)
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Olafur Eliasson - Round Rainbow (2005)
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Olafur Eliasson - Round Rainbow (2005)
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Lionel Esteve - Heavy Lines (2012)
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Lionel Esteve - Heavy Lines (2012)
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Lionel Esteve - Heavy Lines (2012)
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Lionel Esteve - Heavy Lines (2012)
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Lionel Esteve - Heavy Lines (2012)
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Lionel Esteve - Heavy Lines (2012)