Cacique ’97 @ B.Leza

Portuguese-Mozambican afrobeat band Cacique ’97 launched We Used To Be Africans, their second album, in a concert in B.Leza, in Lisboa. The producer of the band – Rastilho – commissioned a number of watercolor impressions of the concert, partially made on location.

A banda Luso-Moçambicana de afrobeat Cacique ’97 lançou o seu segundo álbum de originais We Used To Be Africans, num concerto no B.Leza, em Lisboa. A produtora da banda – Rastilho – encomendou uma série de aguarelas do concerto, feitas parcialmente no local.

 

Author: Pedro Loureiro

I was born on the southwestern-most tip of Europe, in Lagos, Portugal. A childhood of legos and sandcastles led me to architecture school, but an adolescence of doodling drove me to sketching and later to illustration. I like to sketch, to travel and to chop vegetables into tiny manageable bits. I also like maps. The older the better!

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