Pablo Carlos Budassi is an Argentinian artist, musician, and writer, known for his passion for exploring the mysteries of the cosmos and expressing his fascination through graphic art, music, and poetry. Born in 1980, Pablo showed early aptitude in arts and math, and later explored music and drawing. He is interested in various fields including shamanism, entheogen plants, astronomy, physics, philosophy, and poetry.
Pablo co-founded the musical and audiovisual project "Nueve Millas" with his brother Nicolas Budassi and others, producing three albums and 23 live screening videos. He also began editing, translating, and writing articles and illustrations for Wikipedia.org in 2012. One of his illustrations, "Observable Universe Logarithmic Illustration," became globally famous and was featured in various publications and exhibitions.
His works, Logarithmic Map of the Universe and Orders of Magnitude, were selected to be included in the "Sanctuary, Eternity for Mankind" time capsule, set to be buried on the moon's surface in 2021. In 2020, Pablo created "The Celestial Zoo," an astronomical culture project that showcases information on 210 notable celestial bodies through infographic posters, a pocketbook, and social media presence.
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