Base: Brazil

“Living in a vibrant multicultural country full of opposites, he reduced his visual language to black and White silhouette-like characters in order to depict the much needed unity of his fellow countrymen, focused on the most neglected part of society - the poor, the minorities and the needy, Senna's work often talks about solitude, love, friendship, passion, conformity and family.”
-Sasha Bogojev, writer

“These characters and their interactions typically revolve around love and relationships, whether it be the romance between an elderly couple, playful young lovers, or feelings of lasting friendship. Senna's works invite their audiences to these intimate interactions and evoke the feeling of nostalgia.”
-excerpt for website