Tag Archives: Brazil World Cup 2014
So there it is, it’s all over. In the end the best team won what was the best World Cup since 1986. As you’re staring into the post tournament abyss, Swide has put together a collection of the best World Cup moments from Brazil 2014.
Ricardo Funari is a Rio de Janeiro-based photographer. His work lovingly and honestly portrays his home country in all its beauty, brutality, diversity and humanity. Swide interviewed him about his work and his home country.
The spectacular Amazonas Theatre in Manaus Brazil is both a symbol of Brazil’s cultural aspirations and a relic of her exploitative past. The recently built World Cup stadium the Arena das Amazonas aspires to Brazil’s globalized future.
Italy’s surprise package against England last Saturday was 25-year-old Matteo Darmian. Playing only his second cap for the Azzurri, his marauding runs down the right flank proved a tactical master stroke by Prandelli. But who is Matteo Darmian.