About me: Painting too is one of my favorite hobbies. I can sit for hours just thinking about the things I can create in an empty paper. This is what "Tajalápiz Uno" is, a collection of different sketches that show what can come out of a creative mind, or in this case 25 creatives minds.
This work explains how both the book and movies of The Godfather reflects parts of Italian and American culture, in order to help my partners understand the complex characters inside the book and why elements like friendship and family are so important for them.
About me: I personally consider my self a person passionate for photography, I like how in a camera you can take much more than just a beautiful landscape, you can save feelings a memories too. Nicolas Bruno perfectly portraits what you can do with a camera and lots of imagination, so I decide to share the work of this artist in order to help you understand what art and photography can do.
This brief article about some of the most significant events that happened in 1969. This with the purpose of not only understanding The Godfather and some of the elements of pop culture to which it resorts in order to attract the consumer, but also to understand in a better way what Pop culture is and its impact on books and art in general.
This not so short text will allow my partners to contextualize about the relation that the United States of America had with Italy during and after the World War Two, moment that the fictional characters of The Godfather were faceing, and due to their Italian offspring, time by which they were strongly affected.
This short video would allow my partners to understand not only who is this historical character (J. Edgar Hoover). But also to comprehend why the relation between him and Jack Woltz, allowed the movie studio owner to feel so confident at denying the Godsfather´s deal.