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Celebrating The Art of Conversation

By Yehudit Mam, February 19, 2016

On DADA, conversation is an art. We mean this literally: all the conversations are made with art.

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Jonathan D-arte and Norma Xelda Jara

This week, we are celebrating that we have reached 100,000 users and counting. It’s not only the number of users that we are proud of, but we are humbled, inspired and moved by the creativity, imagination, motivation and collaborative spirit that our users bring to DADA every day.

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“Bruma” by Massel Quispe and Norma Xelda Jara

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Boris Toledo Doorm and Jonathan D-arte

When we launched DADA, we imagined that people would draw with each other, invite their friends and have fun. But we never foresaw the depth and the quality of their engagement, not only with our platform, but with their own creative process and each other. We could not have imagined that we were going to inspire deep friendships and a spirit of true sharing, learning and collaboration.

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Pupi and Thana (Roxana Arrazola)

We are proud and humbled that our artists allow us to be their creative home and the place where they let their talent and their art blossom. Here are but a few of the wonderful drawings, stories and conversations that happen every day at DADA.

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Extra Long Park Bench by Xelda Norma Jara, Moxarra González and Cris Alhadeff

Our artists are helping us celebrate this milestone in the way only they can, by paying tribute to great artists before them:

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Roy Lichtenstein by Arlene

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Francis Bacon by Otro Captore

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Vincent Van Gogh by Raúl Ávila

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After Toulouse-Lautrec by Norma Xelda Jara and a portrait of DADA’s founder a la Kandinsky by Carlos Márquez.

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Massel Quispe and Natalia Estefanía Gastelo Paz

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Vermeer by Moxarra González and Duchamp by Otro Captore.

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Magritte by AndreaM and Munch by La Negra Malévola Pigmeólica.

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Oswaldo Guayasamín by Talita Sotomayor

They are so eloquent when they speak visually.

Featured image by Beatriz Helena Ramos (Basquiat) and Cromomaníaco (Escher).

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