Roberts shares 10 of the lesser-known designers featured in the book with FastCompany, including our dear Rogério Duarte […]
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UK monthly graphic design magazine Grafik features a review of Rogério Duarte’s exhibition in Australia in its issue #180.
Rogério Duarte started his career as a graphic designer in the 1960s. He had begun his formation in this area by taking the experimental course offered by Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro MAM-RJ [ Rio de Janeiro’s Modern Arte Museum]. He worked with Aloísio Magalhães between 1961 and 1962. He is famous for his collaborations with the musicians of the Tropicália movement, especially Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil, his book covers and movie posters. In the latter field, he designed the poster of the movie “Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol” (1965) of Glauber Rocha, one of his most famous works.
With Brazilian designers and companies like F. Akasaka and Melissa helping to put Brazil on the map for design (not just street art), there’s a lot of talent that’s on the brink of making it big, which is the subject of the exhibit “Brazilian Design Today: Frontiers.” […]
For the first time in Australia, Brazilian graphic artist Rogério Duarte will exhibit original examples of art and design including his acclaimed album covers and film posters at The Narrows, within the 2009 Melbourne International Arts Festival.