Levy Creative Management is thrilled to announce that Communication Arts Advertising Annual 51 is officially out & we are so excited to have our Brazilian artist KAKO as a feature artist in this issue. This is an incredible spread on Kako so worth picking up the magazine and worth the read. Read all about where Kako’s name came from, discover the depth of where his thought process is with his art and where he gets his ideas from. Kako is a one of a kind & the article suits him and really portrays all that he is about. I wish upon every rep, client, friend and family member an incredible renaissance man such as Kako – and as I’m quoted in the article, “if we could clone him, we would!” Here’s a taste of what’s in CA! Pick up your copy now – Communication Arts Advertising Annual 51 – November/December issue.
By Tiffany Meyers
“Don’t be a typical American and ask Kako where his last name went. It may seem peculiar in the U.S., but Brazilian artists frequently go by their first or last names, or nicknames, when it comes to their work. Kako was born Franco D’Angelo Bergamini, but the family called him “Caco,” and he and his brother were known as the kids in the neighborhood who could draw.” Read more by picking up the copy of the November/December 2010 issue at your local bookstore or from the Communication Arts website.