Ilarie by LEGEND Xuxa
Ser feliz no esta de mas.
There‘s a saying that every end is a new beginning. This is what happened to Brazilian illustrator Rafael Mantesso a few years ago when he divorced his ex-wife.
She took it all and left behind aanigmn empty house with white walls and their bull terrier dog (Jimmy).
Inspired by the blank walls and his dog, Mantesso started snapping pictures of Jimmy running around the house and this was the moment these humorous series was born.
Mantesso portrays his bull terrier in fun scenarios that are the result of the illustrations that now have almost 600k fans on Instagram.
A dog’s love will never leave you.
Rafael is great talent, and Jimmy a beautiful dog.
My god, what did we just watch. The game of the tournament, certainly, and probably one of the best matches in recent World Cup history. All I know for sure is that Belgium beat Brazil today, 2-1, in a quarterfinal that had all the intensity, insanity, momentum-swings, and amazing plays that make this entire spectacle worth every second.
Brazil (and this is just an okay Brazil team) played great and has nothing to be ashamed of unlike Germany who finished last in their group and Argentina who have nothing but Messi and got torn apart by Croatia and France or Spain who only seem to know how to pass around a ball and went out to Russia.
Brazil can hold their head high. They might have been my favourites but is not surprising that number 3 ranked beat number 2 ranked.
The man of the match was without a doubt Belgium’s goal keeper Thibaut Courtois.
On the other hand Uruguay got eliminated by France.
The last two South American teams are gone.
And Brazil leaves the World Cup but he leave as the recordist winner.
Ladies and gentlemen… Welcome to the EuroCup!!!
Today timeless classic is dedicated to hottest World Cup anthems over the years.
The Cup Of Life by Ricky Martin
Love Generation by Bob Sinclair
Wavin’ Flag by K’NAAN
Waka Waka by Shakira
We Are One by Pitbull ft Jennifer Lopez & Claudia Leitte
The game resumed today and joy is back!
How Hispanic Latin America feels about Brazil right now:
Well, Mexico maintains the tradition of never scored a goal against Brazil in a World Cup… The game wasn’t as exciting as the one yesterday, but Brazil ride a fierce second half performance to a well-deserved 2-0 defeat of Mexico.
The Brazilians overall add a particular, graceful, twirl to their dives.
Truly, the beautiful game!
This is how the author himself explains the illustrated story of Icarus and the Sun.
Gabriel Picolo from Brazil is the artist behind this beautiful yet heartbreaking story about love, fire, and loss. He is a traditional and digital illustrator who started gaining traction in 2014 when his 365 days project of drawing every day gained some loyal fans.
“For my drawings, I take inspiration from Studio Ghibli, Disney, video games among other stuff,” the artist wrote on his Patreon. “I love to draw something that is relatable to me and other people as well.”
The illustrated story of Icarus and the Sun is inspired by the tragic mythology.
Gabriel’s interpretation is beautiful, unique and heartbreaking all at the same time.
This is so sad. I know this is how love feels at times…
Most of the time you’re not the same person as you were where you left off, people constantly change without anyone really noticing until they look back between the past and the present. I’ve change many times after breakups, from my first bf to my last. And even though the essence remains, I am no longer the same.
In short, if you have read the myth of Icarus, then you know how the story ends.