Felipe Campos

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YOURSELF?

My name is Felipe, I’m from the countryside of Sao Paulo, in Brazil. I’m not just a painter or a poet, when I paint, I do poetry and when I do poetry, I’m painting.

PRATICE?

I carry on with this exploration of subconsciousness. I’ve been doing this for two years and I think I’m not done yet. It is literally an exploration of myself. Everything that I paint, I don’t think about it before. It’s natural and extreme, extremely what it is that you see. I don’t try to do anything I just do it and then I see what I’ve done. I still carry on with this project that is this literal exploration of myself. But in a way when I see the reaction of people when they get in touch with my stuff, they relate to themselves because it’s very childish, it’s very natural, you can say, but always with this touch of vandalism.

DREAM COLLABORATION?

Both of them are dead. Salvador Dali, for sure. He was a horrible man, but the best painter that has ever existed. And Jean-Michel Basquiat, definitely. He would be a friend probably. I admire both of them. If I had to go work with some poets, it would be Charles Bukowski. I would just want to be with artists with who I have a deep connection.

LONDON?

London is such a universe. It’s not just a huge city is a universe of things, of people, cultures, etc. I think it’s important for people to get together to exchange ideas and see what people are doing. For me, it inspires a lot. Every week I go to a different exhibition. People go to cinema, I go to exhibitions. London is a good place to be able to do that.

SSSHAKE?

I’m part of it now and I think it’s wonderful. Having this chance to have a straight connection to other artists, is great. I’d love to do collaborations with people. I’m going to be very contradictory all the way, but it’s very inspiring.

YOURSELF?

My name is Felipe, I’m from the countryside of Sao Paulo, in Brazil. I’m not just a painter or a poet, when I paint, I do poetry and when I do poetry, I’m painting.

PRATICE?

I carry on with this exploration of subconsciousness. I’ve been doing this for two years and I think I’m not done yet. It is literally an exploration of myself. Everything that I paint, I don’t think about it before. It’s natural and extreme, extremely what it is that you see. I don’t try to do anything I just do it and then I see what I’ve done. I still carry on with this project that is this literal exploration of myself. But in a way when I see the reaction of people when they get in touch with my stuff, they relate to themselves because it’s very childish, it’s very natural, you can say, but always with this touch of vandalism.

DREAM COLLABORATION?

Both of them are dead. Salvador Dali, for sure. He was a horrible man, but the best painter that has ever existed. And Jean-Michel Basquiat, definitely. He would be a friend probably. I admire both of them. If I had to go work with some poets, it would be Charles Bukowski. I would just want to be with artists with who I have a deep connection.

LONDON?

London is such a universe. It’s not just a huge city is a universe of things, of people, cultures, etc. I think it’s important for people to get together to exchange ideas and see what people are doing. For me, it inspires a lot. Every week I go to a different exhibition. People go to cinema, I go to exhibitions. London is a good place to be able to do that.

SSSHAKE?

I’m part of it now and I think it’s wonderful. Having this chance to have a straight connection to other artists, is great. I’d love to do collaborations with people. I’m going to be very contradictory all the way, but it’s very inspiring.

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