Divided in four parts, each one highlighting a feature introduced by Volkswagen, the films are hosted by Brazilian actor Lázaro Ramos (whose popularity created the viral component) […]
Brazil’s PintassilgoPrints found its groove last year, producing a stream of spirited display fonts with a playful, handcrafted feel [..]
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 […]
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.
Artist and poet José Francisco Borges (J. Borges) is Brazil’s best-known folk artist working in the woodcut medium, and his work has been exhibited all over the world. Working with just a knife and a chunk of wood, Mr. Borges proves that ”low-level technology often yields very powerful, moving and sophisticated results” […]
Aloísio Magalhães took his first steps in the field of graphic design took place while he was still attending law school in Recife. he set up, together with some friends, a modest print shop called O Gráfico Amador that, during the eight subsequent years that it was operating, published 27 books, 3 sets of fliers, 2 bulletins and a theater program […]