Landscape Change in Southern Brazil, from 1953 to the Present Day Sixty years of landscape change in the Iguaçu National Park, Brazil The Iguaçu National Park was created between 1939 and 1944 by the Brazilian national government at the border with Argentina. The creation of the park was disputed by the local state government, which, in the late 1950s, started to settle hundreds of families of Brazilians farmers inside park area. This later resulted in a conflicted process of removal […]
In 2009, I designed a book celebrating the 10 years of hip-hop festivals at the São Paulo SESCs.* As you can see in these excerpts, the book is a collage of pictures and flyers composing a visual narrative of a decade of hip hop shows at the SESCs. * SESC stands for Serviço Social do Comércio (Social Service of Commerce). It is a non-profit promoting culture and arts. Founded in the 1940s, it has centers in almost every Brazilian major […]
Poster for a Verdurada — a show/party/event that bimonthly presents bands (usually punk and hardcore), talks about radical politics, and expositions in São Paulo, Brazil. The theme of this one was veganism and animal rights. August 2006.
These are some of the record covers I designed between 1997-2004. Part of them were designed for electronic music artists released by Brazilian label Trama, but the majority I made for DIY hardocre punk bands, including my own, Point of No Return.