Ultravox

The editorial project of a multimedia magazine focused in the close relation between art, music and dictatorship.

Graphic and Editorial Design  —  2012

SCHOOL

Faculty of Fine-Arts of Lisbon

SUPERVISOR

Prof. António Nicolas

DESIGNERS

Lucas Marques Lima

Carolina Menezes

Daniel Rocha

Lívia Ripamonti

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Ultravox is a multimedia magazine that reveals, through images, texts and visual metaphors, the political contradiction revealed by the Brazilian artistic and creative outcrop during key periods of the military dictatorship in Brazil.

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Volume I. The Revolution will not be Televised

The project was based on a three-month research about the revolutionary movements that occurred over the 60s and 70s in the United States and Brazil. The magazine intends to draw a parallel with the history of these two countries, exploring the close relation between art, music and dictatorship.

Magazine overcoat and poster

The overcoat of the project, works in both sides. While one side works as a synthetic diagram of the magazine, the other one works as a poster for exhibiting the magazine theme.

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The Poem-Song

The project theme was inspired by the famous music/poem wrote in the early 70s, by Gil Scott-Heron:

 The Revolution will not be televised

You will not be able to stay home, brother
You will not be able to plug in, turn on and cop out
You will not be able to lose yourself on skag and skip,
Skip out for beer during commercials,
Because the revolution will not be televised
The revolution will not be televised, will not be televised,
will not be televised, will not be televised
The revolution will be no re-run brothers;
The revolution will be live

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Ultravox was selected for the annual exhibition of graduated students in Communication Design of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon, which took place at the Fabrica Features.

Lucas Marques Lima

Product Designer

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