Jewelry By Skull


I noticed that some of the boys we have been working with lately have been wearing some really cool handmade jewelry. When I asked them about where to get it, I found out that they were created by model David Pimentel, who we shot for Made In Brazil Magazine #2 and also happens to be a great tattoo artist.

David created the jewelry line along with his wife Angelica Mantuan, and they called it Skull. Their first collection is composed of pendants, rings, and bracelets, in materials such as silver, wood, leather, skins, bones, and stones. Several pieces are handmade and one of a kind, and their leather bracelets with handwoven detailing and silver wire are incredibly cool and chic. Add Mateus Verdelho shirtless to the equation and you certainly have a hit.

Skull is available at Surface To Air in São Paulo or through [email protected]. View more pictures of the collection after the jump.

Mateus Verdelho In Junior Homem





Mateus Verdelho photographed by Marcio Amaral for the special issue of Junior magazine currently on newsstands in Brazil.

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The Hottest Brazilian Of 2010 Is Mateus Verdelho



With 24.4% of your votes, Mateus Verdelho was elected the hottest Brazilian of the year for the second year in a row here on Made In Brazil. Marlon Teixeira came in second with 21.3% of the votes, and Arthur Sales ranked in third with 19.7% of the votes.

I was lucky enough to work with Mateus twice this past year, and I am definitely looking forward to working with him again in 2011. View more pictures and a video of Mateus after the jump.

Vote For The Hottest Brazilian Of 2010




Time for an annual tradition here on Made In Brazil: electing the hottest Brazilian boy of the year. I picked nine finalists based on how often they were mentioned on the blog this year, and on their presence in the media in Brazil in general. Make sure to pick your favorite. The poll closes on December 30.

Mateus Verdelho On Fire

He is looking better (and hotter) than ever. View the entire ad campaign here.

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