Lisbon, "white city", displays all its colors under the pen of Paolo Mariotti. Dominated by the Monastery of St. Vincent de Fora, facades and roofs are multiplied in a maze to the Tagus. The Cathedral of Santa Maria Maior, one of the oldest buildings in the city, emerges with its emblematic rose window and clock. The saffron yellow of the buildings of the Avenida Infante Dom Henrique, on the quays of the Doca da Marinha, borders the river where the white sails pass.
His illustrations for the press were collected in a book published in France in 2012. At the end of 2013, in Brazil, he published his second book, “Crônicas Cariocas”, a compilation of drawings of Rio de Janeiro’s architecture and everyday life. In September 2014, his drawings were exhibited at the gallery of the Brazilian Embassy in Brussels.