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Nokia Trends

Nokia Trends is a project created by Nokia in Brazil in 2001 which promotes a cultural exchange between the vanguards artistic, cultural and musical.

Because of the great success the event has been exported to countries like Argentina, Colombia, Lithuania, Italy, France, Germany, Mexico and others.

The Nokia Trends is designed based on multimedia art and music, and is designed to encourage new forms of distribution and consumption of culture through electronic media, not only traditional but especially the furniture. The Nokia Trends is much more than a festival, as well as to disseminate the new trends in music and multimedia art, allows a merger with what is most modern in technology.



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