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A Brazilian talk about Asian design

Taschen editor-in-charge Julius Wiedemann and co-author Bruno Porto showcased the upcoming 430 page book “Asian Graphics NOW!” at the German Consulate General in Shanghai, on September 15th 2010, featuring a wide selection of design projects from China (mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao), Japan, Korea, India, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam etc, divided in five sections – Advertising, Branding, Editorial, Non-Commercial and Packaging […]

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9th Brazilian Graphic Design Biennial in China

Almost 300 Brazilian graphic design projects – from visual identity systems and packaging to posters and typeface design – will be exhibited during the 2009 Shanghai International Creative Industry Week from October 15th–21st, and at the Beijing Icograda World Congress from October 26th–30th.

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DINGBATS BRASIL goes to Beijing ICOGRADA 2009

Having traveled across South America, this Brazilian exhibition touches down in Beijing, after two months in Shanghai. Curated by Brazilian graphic designer Bruno Porto, the show features the first decade (1996-2006) of the country’s production of digital pictorial alphabets – the dingbats – via 35 projects by 22 Brazilian contemporary designers.

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9th Brazilian Graphic Design Biennial goes to China

The 9th issue of the biggest graphic design event in South America, featuring almost 300 Brazilian graphic design projects – from visual identity systems and packaging to posters and typeface design – will be exhibited during the 2009 Shanghai International Creative Industry Week from October 15th–21st, and at the Beijing Icograda World Congress from October 26th–30th.

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