The Art of Winning!



World renowned artist Romero Britto has licensed the use of his name to the Florida Lottery in connection with the scratch-off game BRITTO. His iconic art provides a colorful background for the ticket, the proceeds of which are contributed to fund education in Florida. Romero Britto is a proud Ambassador of the Sebastian Ferrero Foundation, an organization committed to transforming pediatric health care and promoting excellence in patient safety. To further advance the Foundation’s mission and as an incredible sign of his commitment to supporting children and families, Romero Britto has most generously pledged to donate his licensing fee from the Florida Lottery to the Sebastian Ferrero Foundation.

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Colorful Art Sculptures by Romero Britto @ Resorts World Sentosa Singapore



These sculptures installations by the Brazilian neo-pop artist Romero Britto, are displayed near the waterfront of Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore. The sculptures in the videos in order of appearances:
1. Women Reclined
2. Flying Fish
3. For You
4. Beach Ball
5. Boom Fish
6. Azul
7. Squeaki
8. Garden Butterfly
9. Flower Pot
10. Palm Tree

More information on Romero Britto can be found at website:
http://www.britto.com/front/index

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FOCA NEWS #37 – MAIORIDADE PENAL E ROMERO BRITTO



Nesse programa focamos em dois episódios de extremo mau gosto: a votação na calada da noite pela redução da maioridade penal e a capa do CD do Naldo desenhada pelo Romero Britto.
Apresentação: Bento Ribeiro
Repórteres: Jozué Junior e Paulinho Serra

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Gail Edwards thanks Romero Britto in song



This video is a Thank You to Romero Britto by Gail Edwards.

On July 2nd while visiting my mom in my hometown of Coral Gables my dear friend from grade school (Thomas Abraham) made an impromptu visit asking if I’d ever seen the amazing murals in the Wynwood Arts District. I said, “Let’s go!” Soon afterwards we were viewing block after block of amazing art. Tommy pointed out Romero’s complex, as they are good friends. Right then we happened to see Romero exiting his studio.  Tommy pulled over, told me to grab my ukulele and we leaped out of the car. Romero graciously opened his complex and gave us the grand tour along with painting my beloved ukulele! Enjoy…

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