Romero Britto è born in 1963 in Recife, Brazil.
Self-taught in tender età, he painted what he saw and what he imagined on surfaces, newspapers, cardboard or any waste material he could find. In 1983, he traveled to Paris, where è was inspired by the works of Matisse and Picasso.
In his work he combined Cubism's influences with Pop art to create an iconic and vibrant style, which the New York Times described as " oozing warmth, optimism and love " ;.
The language used by the artist è transversal, and lends itself well to the decoration, enhancement and characterization of luxury products, but also popular and widely consumed.
The new collection of decorated doors reproduces the works of Britto: bright and bright colors, fun subjects and pop compositions that catch the eye.
The graphics signed by the 26-rsquo; artist è shown on the doors of hinged and sliding doors, on the boiserie, for a kaleidoscope of colors that furnishes an entire room by itself.