The Brazilian “mais Português” since Roberto Leal, lives and works in Oporto. He decided to move here to study and never wanted to go back home. It was here that he began to use the smartphone to document his day-to-day life. He created his own language and was considered by Huffington Post one of the 10 most creative “Instagrammers” to follow.
Born and raised in Oporto, she graduated in architecture in Faculdade de Belas Artes (Fine Arts College). She draws since her young age and, while she was in PhD, decided to take a risk. Created a blog, created one identity and today, builds cities. In her work, doesn’t look for the cold straight lines of a blueprint or dry room.
Maybe you already know her from being nicely greeted by the concierge less muscled from Lisbon when you go to Lux. She is an actress with an incredible “Spanglish” from Praga theatres and the blogger of Trashédia that writes what she believes and believes in what she writes. Daughter of the cultural decentralisation is the lady of the thousand crafts, Joana Barrios shows you her Lisbon.
In another life he was an advertiser, Rodrigo Meneses quit Photoshop and today creates with pots, pans and with the best ingredients. He shares flavours with taste at Academia Timeout and lives what he does with intensity.
Whether is inside of the kitchen or at a table, believes that we eat memories and share some of his in this small route through Lisbon.