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Ricardo Rangels™

《Tout art et philosophie peuvent être considérés comme des médicaments pour la vie..》 Friedrich Nietzsche


Ricardo Rangels (1978) is what you can call a complete artist. He is a music producer, singer, songwriter, writer, philosopher and plastic artist.

He is the main promoter of the Allanism & Ellenism (art and culture), musical genre L.ass and F.all (philosophy). 

He has written 3 books in Portuguese:

*  As Poesias Perdidas - Ápice & Âmago
* All ~
* A Mitologia Allane

He has released some singles:


Today, he continues to produce his art, music and philosophy regardless of fads or demands from the mainstream industry. And it grows in popularity with its unique style and unparalleled voice.

Visual Arts

The artist officially started his career in the arts in 1997 with the work The Blackyard, colored pencils on paper, according to himself, woke up feeling united to Divinity and heard a voice saying "You know how to paint", then he took the colored pencils  he went into the yard and started painting what he saw, the plants his mother grew on an old wooden table.  

The Blackyard 

In 1999 he painted the Tarar collection, which means in a language revealed to the author "my joy".  This collection was on display in his home in his hometown and received various praise and proposals, but the author refused to sell them, however he made some donations to very humble people and even beggars, so many works were lost or damaged.  

Hiatus to plastic arts

With the move to the capital, the artist began to dedicate himself to literature by writing a book of poems As Poesias Perdidas: Ápice & Âmago (The Lost Poetry: Apex & Core) and also started to cultivate lass music for the next 20 years. Only returning to visual creation in 2019 with the creation of the Allanes flags.  

Alland Empire Flag

And in 2020 he began to develop grafiése techniques, as well as to reformulate his style and artistic movement called Ellenism.





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