Brazilian artist Romero Britto’s work pulses with exuberance and purity, in neon crayon shades and a patchwork of coloring-book patterns. Britto’s universally appealing style melds Pop Art techniques with the intricacies of Cubism, in works evocative of a child’s enthusiasm and directness. After Britto left law school, he sold his car and early artworks, and moved to Europe, where he sold his paintings on the street. A commission from Absolut Vokda catapulted him to fame in the United States. His works have also been featured by companies such as Disney, Pepsi, Evian and Movado, and have been exhibited in more than 100 galleries worldwide.