Illustration of a whiskey bottle, developed through observation for the discipline of Visual Metodology. Size A3, grafitti, white paper.
Revolutionary A4 Poster, fighting academic hypocrisy.
Illustration was the first thing that made me get into design. Since I was very young, I’ve been doing thousands of tests, with illustrations, sketches, paintings and sculptures, using a diverse range of materials. In my first year at design school, despite having much less time to draw, I found a lot of space and opportunities to experiment.
A3 Illustration using nanquim. | A3 Illustration using nanquim and colored pen.
Illustration using grafitte, Sketch book
Illustrations using grafitte and colored pencils, on diferent types of papers, such as kraft and recycled paper.
During high school, using basically nanquim pens, I used to make charges and other drawings, mainly about sports, such as football, polictical issues, and every day situations, for the school’s Newspaper.
The 'Sextas Esdianas' Poster, not only promoted the traditional Friday parties, but it's also a tribute to Carlinhos, the caretaker of ESDI. An A1 copy of the poster was printed, signed by him and exposed for one year in the school’s academic center.
This A1 poster above, was developed as a proposal for the Pavão 2011, a student exhibition that takes place every year at ESDI.
The poster above was developed to help the production and sales of the Baralho Esdiano, a deck of cards created by the students of ESDI. It was selected to be exhibited at the N Design 2011, the annual national design meeting in Rio de Janeiro.
This other A2 Poster, printed on recycled paper, was developed for the Pavão 2012 exhibition, also to help selling the decks produced by the students.
Penguim Book Cover
The project’s objective, proposed in 2011 by the discipline of Representation Methods II, was to develop a book cover based on the work of Germano Facetti the Italian designer responsible for the famous covers of Penguin Books in the 60s. For that task I decided to work on the classic: The old man and the sea, of Ernest Hemingway.
The illustration was developed using the lino-cut technique, which is similar to woodcutting, however, instead of wood, the matrix is made of synthetic material (rubber sheets), called linoleum.
Finally, my recycled metal toy, developed in 2010 for the discipline of Prototyping at ESDI: