after showing us the beauty of storefronts in paris and milan, pixartprinting has now collaborated with photographer sebastian erras to spotlight the city of lisbon and its most remarkable shops. ‘lisbon re-tale’ carries us through the portuguese capital to encounter 30 historical shops, their often ornately decorated façades and their passionate business owners. the series — of which lisbon is the final chapter — seeks to give a voice to these traditional places, highlighting the creativity, character, and values from the past.
through the voices of its inhabitants, ‘lisbon re-tale’ conveys the vibrant essence and energy of the city, highlighting its historic architecture and commercial spaces. this latest collaboration between pixartprinting and photographer sebastian erras sees craftsmen, young designers, barbers, and restaurateurs standing outside their store’s doors, proudly presenting goods to locals and foreigners alike. ‘light seems to shine from the people who work in them: welcoming, smiling men and women who love their land and its history,’ the team describes.
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