At the opening of the poster exhibition “Discover the Brazilian Cinema” presented at the 2nd Brazil Film Festival in Beijing, its co-curator Bruno Porto was joined by British designer Zara Arshad and Italian multimedia artist Alessandro Rolandi in an panel to address the relation between moving and still images: movies and its posters […]
Author: Bruno Porto
Vertigo’s multi award-winning graphic novel Daytripper by São Paulo twin brothers Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá takes its readers into an intimate journey through life and Brazil.
Adélia Borges, Bruno Porto and Fred Gelli are among the distinguished professionals and academics from more than 40 countries that will join “Design at the Edges: 2011 IDA Congress” in Taipei from 24-26 October. Curator and writer Borges will deliver a lecture on Latin American projects concerning social innovation; Gelli will present the Olympic Games Rio 2016 branding and participate as panellist in the session “Urbanism – Shaping Cities through Urban Design Strategies”; and Porto will be a Category Presenter for the 2011 Adobe Design Achievement Awards ceremony.
IllustraBrazil is an insightful exhibition featuring different aspects of that country through editorial & advertising illustration, comics and animation works by 100 of the finest contemporary Brazilian graphic artists […]
The Sunhoo Festival for Creativity and Innovation took place in the cities of Hangzhou and FuYang to explore the relationship between design, industry, art and technology through art installations and an international forum. Keynote speakers included fashion designer Enesoe Chan, from Curitiba; architect Cecilia Reichstul, from São Paulo; and graphic designer Bruno Porto, from Rio de Janeiro.
HOW Magazine has awarded São Paulo / London based Casa Rex for three different projects in its HOW 2010 International Design Awards.
Advertising campaign created by Curitiba based Heads Propaganda for the Electrolux Facile high pressure washer illustrated by distinguished Brazilian comic book artist Joe Bennett is featured in Lürzer’s Archive magazine.
The Royal College of Art in London held on January 21st 2011 the one-day conference “Brazil: The Cultural Contemporary”, featuring design writer and curator Adélia Borges as the keynote speaker, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation scholar Frederico Duarte, educator Kiki Mazzuchelli, graffiti specialist Tristan Manco, and Cristiana Tejo, coordinator of Education at Fundacão Joaquim Nabuco in Recife.
Luciano Deos has been named Jury President for the Design category of the Cannes Lions 2011 that takes place from 19 to 25 June at Cannes in France […]
Slovakia’s magazine Stripburger dedicated its issue #54 to alternative Brazilian comics, featuring Allan Sieber, Clayton Junior, D. W. Ribatski, Fabio Zimbres, Gabriel Goes, Jaca, Laura Teixeira, Mateus Acioli and Rafael Sica, an interview with DSalete and cover art by Daniel Bueno.