Tagged: Leonardo ‘Buggy’ Costa

“O Jumento Santo”, by Tipos do aCASO

Leonardo “Buggy” Araújo and Gustavo Gusmão from Tipos do aCASO produced a Dingbat Font called “Armoribat”. From their website: Between 1940 and 1960 Brazil blossomed to the Industrial Age. The arrival and the popularization...

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Roots: Armorial Movement

The Armorial Movement arose under the inspiration and direction of Ariano Suassuna, with the collaboration of a group of artists and writers from the Northeast region of Brazil and the support of the Department of Cultural Extension in the Pro-Rectory for Communitarian Subjects at the Federal University of Pernambuco […]

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Discover the Brazilian Cinema

The Discover the Brazilian Cinema poster exhibition was presented in Art Scene Gallery in Shanghai in June 2007 featuring original posters by 30 Brazilian visual artists and 10 Chinese visual communication students. This exhibition, accompanying the Focus on Brazil (the Brazilian film exhibition taking place within this week’s tenth Shanghai International Film Festival) is a true visual carnival. The idea was to take forty designers, artists, illustrators, and photographers spanning all generations and regions of Brazil, and ask them to create an original collection of posters for famous Brazilian films. The collection in turn aims to introduce China, a country with an equally distinctive cultural flavor, to the richness and beauty that Brazilian cinema has to offer […]

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