Leonardo Donato Oliveira

Leonardo Donato Oliveira

Leonardo Donato Oliveira
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The Polish artists behind Wroclaw-based No Studio team of creatives just couldn't stand seeing neglected urban spaces, so they decided that their city needed an intervention. They chose unused concrete stairs that lead to the river as their target and transformed it into a colorful lounge.

Os artistas poloneses por trás do time de criativos da No Studio simplesmente não aguentavam ver espaços urbanos negligenciados, então eles decidiram que a cidade precisava de uma intervenção.

The Polish artists behind Wroclaw-based No Studio team of creatives just couldn't stand seeing neglected urban spaces, so they decided that their city needed an intervention. They chose unused concrete stairs that lead to the river as their target and transformed it into a colorful lounge.

Os artistas poloneses por trás do time de criativos da No Studio simplesmente não aguentavam ver espaços urbanos negligenciados, então eles decidiram que a cidade precisava de uma intervenção.

Shortinho perfeição 〰 acompanha o cinto! 💛✨🌼

Shortinho perfeição 〰 acompanha o cinto! 💛✨🌼

Despertando paixões 〰 sempre de look Donali❤️ {Cropped + shortinho saia} 〰

Despertando paixões 〰 sempre de look Donali❤️ {Cropped + shortinho saia} 〰

Project Backboard began in 2014 when Daniel Peterson, a former college basketball player and employee of the Memphis Grizzlies, noticed the neglected state of several basketball courts scattered around the city. To revive these spaces, Peterson began to refurbish the courts with small improvements—f

Project Backboard began in 2014 when Daniel Peterson, a former college basketball player and employee of the Memphis Grizzlies, noticed the neglected state of several basketball courts scattered around the city. To revive these spaces, Peterson began to refurbish the courts with small improvements—f

Project Backboard began in 2014 when Daniel Peterson, a former college basketball player and employee of the Memphis Grizzlies, noticed the neglected state of several basketball courts scattered around the city. To revive these spaces, Peterson began to refurbish the courts with small improvements—f

Project Backboard began in 2014 when Daniel Peterson, a former college basketball player and employee of the Memphis Grizzlies, noticed the neglected state of several basketball courts scattered around the city. To revive these spaces, Peterson began to refurbish the courts with small improvements—f

Project Backboard began in 2014 when Daniel Peterson, a former college basketball player and employee of the Memphis Grizzlies, noticed the neglected state of several basketball courts scattered around the city. To revive these spaces, Peterson began to refurbish the courts with small improvements—f

Project Backboard began in 2014 when Daniel Peterson, a former college basketball player and employee of the Memphis Grizzlies, noticed the neglected state of several basketball courts scattered around the city. To revive these spaces, Peterson began to refurbish the courts with small improvements—f

Project Backboard began in 2014 when Daniel Peterson, a former college basketball player and employee of the Memphis Grizzlies, noticed the neglected state of several basketball courts scattered around the city. To revive these spaces, Peterson began to refurbish the courts with small improvements—f

Project Backboard began in 2014 when Daniel Peterson, a former college basketball player and employee of the Memphis Grizzlies, noticed the neglected state of several basketball courts scattered around the city. To revive these spaces, Peterson began to refurbish the courts with small improvements—f