Paulo O’Meira, with his São Paulo roots, has been working as a visual artist in the scene since 2005. Throughout his career he has taken colors and dialectics to the national and international scene and established important partnerships as a member of the “Graffiti with Popcorn” collective and of the Jardim Miram Art Club – the JAMAC -, where he unfolds his artistic talents as an art educator. Within his solo skills, he works with design, illustration, and graffiti, concentrating his narratives mainly in urban interventions, where he sustains on spray the themes of paulicéia desvairada in order to bring discussion and promote positive changes in the physical space and in the anonymous lovers.
This great involvement with the co-relationships and anguish imposed by the metropolis led him to study Architecture and Urbanism to support and ground his concerns in integrating art and public space in a deeper way.
I have been working in this visual arts atmosphere since 2004, going through Graphic Arts and Design between the world of agencies and production where I identified myself a multidisciplinary path, where the aim is to build creative narratives and be able to elaborate them in physical ways. Curious and restless, I graduated in architecture and urbanism, to understand the spaces, how I can interfere and aggregate with my art guiding the viewer’s look. Along with this baggage, I was an artist educator at the JAMAc (Jardim Miriam Arte Club) studio, coordinated by the artist Mônica Nador, where I built a bigger foundation for art/education and social issues.