Rudi Nicks, (born in Diadema, São Paulo, Brasil, 09 September 1969), is a Brazilian painter and draftsman. He began his career at 17 years as an apprentice draughtsman in the Office of the former. Mayor of São Paulo, José Carlos de Figueiredo Ferraz, a year later he received his first professional registration as technical Designer.
He worked for years developing technical drawings and detailing construction projects, fulfilling an agenda quite often little artistic and technical.
Until the opportunity to illustrate the daily life of construction sites, outlining the day workers ' day, offsets of machinery and equipment, steps of installation of structures and these illustrations began to be used in terms of technical proposals, very common item in public and private bids.
And it was through this practice routine to illustrate the activities and professional in your daily life that Rudi Nicks decided to log onto his canvases fairly peculiar his impressions of technological advances, the consequences on workers, activities that no longer exist, the challenges and changes in the professions and finally Rudi Nicks realized that when addressing a topic so vast and noble and that if I could register it daily hardly exhaust issue during a life.
The use of vibrant colors on most fabrics and paintings aims to brighten up and add value to this ancient stand out while human activity called work and its practitioners.
Currently Rudi Nicks live in São Paulo in this universe of professions and professionals seeking ideas for their next jobs, stand by!
See All the Artworks of the Visual Artist in Exhibition in the Virtual Gallery.