“The borders of the system”


Quote by Italian clown Peter Esperanza. Illustration inspired by the overcrowed prisons from all over the world

“Spitting up politeness and shame”


Quote by Serbian musician Ensh

“It‘s not natural”


Quote by Czech percussionist Thomas Grund

“Eligible for funding”


Inspired by the growing statistics of sex slavery Words from the site : http://www.creative-city-berlin.de/en/ Visual interpretation by The guilty preacher man

“You have to be an adult”


Words by German interior designer Silka Gebhardt, visual interpretation by The guilty preacher man

“Not an utopia”


Words by English electrician David Checkley,  visual interpretation by The guilty preacher man

“New growth”


Illustration inspired by the illegal immigrants of the seas Words from photographer David Pasillas, visual interpretation by The guilty preacher man iphonephotog.wordpress.com

“Cores of behaviour”


Words through a glass of wine by English landscape arquitecht Peter Mitchell, visual interpretation by Almeida Garcez

“Raised by marketing”


Words by American Writer, life coach and student, Suzi Home Maker, visual interpretation by portuguese Almeida Garcez http://soulourpower.org/

“Salvation”


Illustration inspired by the song “Salvation”, made by American band Black rebel motorcycle club, visual interpretation by Almeida Garcez.

“Communing with nature”


Words by English potter Kevin Eckersley, visual interpretation by portuguese artist Almeida Garcez

“Everything is squared”


Words by German English teacher Brigitte Röder, visual interpretation by portuguese artist Almeida Garcez. Inspired by the One Child Policy in the Popular Republic of Chine

“Hitchiking in a night of insults”


Words by American cook Derek Holt, visual interpretations by portuguese artist Almeida Garcez

“Running to stand still”


Words of wisdom from English musician Nigel Amson, visual interpretation by portuguese illustrator Almeida Garcez

Am I?


* Canvas on exhibition in the Porcelain Museum in Selb (Germany), on the 8th and 9th of March – “The art of words, the art of silence”. Format: 92X151 Material: Pen & Ink… Continue reading

“Running to stand still”


Words of wisdom from English musician Nigel Amson, visual interpretation by portuguese illustrator Almeida Garcez

“Infinite seating”


Words taken from a title made by photographer Monochrome, visual interpretation by portuguese illustrator Almeida Garcez http://mostlymonochrome.wordpress.com/

Last contemplation of love


Illustration inspired by the song “In the year 2525″, by American duo Zagger and Evans Words and visual interpretation by portuguese freelance illustrator Almeida Garcez.

God has cracks on the wall


Illustration inspired by moments spent with friends in a sanctuary room in the city of Guimarães (Portugal) Words and visual interpretation by portuguese freelance illustrator Almeida Garcez.

“Inner climate”


Words by German buddhist monk Mettiko, visual interpretation by portuguese illustrator Almeida Garcez

“The bright side of darkness”


Title from a  post made by an American blogger http://landofquo.com/

“Serve somebody”


Words from an article from Brazilian missionary , and editor of the Bhakti-yoga club – How to control the mind in modern times – Jay Gourangadas http://jgdhdg.wordpress.com/

“Stark reality”


Words by Kenyan photographer, writer and rapper, Mark Denver K http://truetalanta.wordpress.com/talantites/

“The ultimate beggar”


Title from a comic made by English illustrator, Mark Charles Reynolds http://twotwerps.wordpress.com/

“Profanity of nothingness”


Part of a title from a post made by philippine blogger, Myrtle http://prejudicelove.wordpress.com/

Aces of paranoia


Illustration, title and metaphors by Ricardo Garcez https://www.facebook.com https://www.google.com https://twitter.com/

“I´m still finding it hard to let go”


Illustration based on a phrase by Mark Denver K, a Kenyan photographer, writer, and rapper. https://www.facebook.com/karubiuphotography?fref=ts

Label


Illustration inspired by, prejudices by difference. Title and visual interpretation by Portuguese illustrator Almeida Garcez

“We’re not grown up enough to live in this world”


Thoughts by English freelance photographer, editor, and producer, Dominic Day and visual interpretation by portuguese illustrator Almeida Garcez

Olivier drowned


Olivier´s drowning


Bisfenol love


Words and visual interpretation by portuguese illustrator Almeida Garcez

“I had a thought of something new … something we conspired upon”


Twisted lyrics from the track “Smile”, from the “Experimentier” album, composed by Portuguese musician “Micro_Sapiens” https://soundcloud.com/ricardo-mata/sets/experimentier?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=facebook

Global arrest


Words and visual interpretation by portuguese illustrator Almeida Garcez

“one by one they fell, one by one we fall”


Title by Portuguese journalist, illustrator and photographer Bárbara Sereno http://about.me/barbarasereno

“None of them knew they were robots”

“Tearing time”

Page one

Inner crisis


Love holocaust


A gaiola


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Pale tree


Freedom


“Today, I don’t care about the outside world”


Wild limbo


“Do you say what you think? Do you think what you say? Do you know what you are? Are you true with what you know/Think?”


Blue sky


aquarium


“I´m leaving”


“Are you under construction?”