In Rio de Janeiro, over 20 percent of the population lives in a slum – or favela. Because they are built into Rio’s hillsides, they boast beautiful views. An Englishman found the setting so appealing, he decided to try to transform it.
An open-air art exhibit in Mexico is using sculpture to free the soul. The goal is for spectators to look upon the artist’s work, then look inside themselves and express hidden feelings they normally hold back.
They started the “Peruvian Brothers” food truck taking on hundreds of others in Washington, a city known for hosting international cuisine. They put so much love and effort into their restaurant on wheels, that it quickly satisfied many cosmopolitan palates, and in 2015 they took home the award for “Best Food Truck”.