Artists Felipe Risada and Tony de Marco have painted for 15 years on the streets of São Paulo. They cross the city pedaling their paint-filled bikes to take their drawings as far as possible, in the best possible place, as large as possible. In pursuit of simplicity and economy, the roller and paint sprayer replace sprays and ladders. The "frown" of Felipe Risada and the "dragon" of Marco Tony spread through walls, columns, bridges, tunnels, viaducts, sidewalks or any other urban equipment available in the city / canvas. Added to these signs are other drawings of a vocabulary developed in eight years painting together in the group Rolinho Bros.