6 Images of Street Art in São Paulo (Part V): The Kobra Edition

Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra is super busy. His colorful murals that feature historical figures brightens up busy streets in places such as Los Angeles, New York, Tahiti, Dubai and Japan. Here in São Paulo, where Kobra resides, it is hard not to spot one of his artworks. You can even find murals that date back toContinue reading “6 Images of Street Art in São Paulo (Part V): The Kobra Edition”

Weekend Street Fair in São Paulo’s Liberdade District

The district of Liberdade in São Paulo has the largest Japanese population outside of Japan. It is also home to many Chinese and Koreans, so walking through the district is a great cultural experience. From block to block, you’ll find restaurants serving traditional Asian cuisine as well as unique shops that feel more like artContinue reading “Weekend Street Fair in São Paulo’s Liberdade District”

Brazilians May Love Coffee, But I Still Love Tea

I am not much of a coffee drinker, which comes as a surprise to my Brazilian friends. I prefer to relax into a cup of tea and São Paulo has many options for us tea drinkers. So far nothing compares to Bistrô Ó-Chá in Vila Madalena. Thanks to its comfortable decor and superb tea menu, thisContinue reading “Brazilians May Love Coffee, But I Still Love Tea”

#ICYMI: Paste Magazine’s Farmers’ Market Fetish: Sao Paulo, Brazil

Paste Magazine is running a series of farmers’ market photo galleries and asked me to represent for Brazil. Elated with the task I captured over 100 photos of market delights! I shared a few here on the site and now you can take a look at more photos via Paste Magazine by using the linkContinue reading “#ICYMI: Paste Magazine’s Farmers’ Market Fetish: Sao Paulo, Brazil”