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Block Magazine | Canada

This illustration was an assignment to Block, a magazine of creativity, art, design and architecture, distributed across Canada.

My work is on “Rethink”, a column where they ask different artists what would they do with their very own urban infill.
Brian Rea, Gary Taxali among other great illustrators have signed this page in recent editions. Recently Block was regarded with the Canadian Applied Arts Design Awards in its Complete Magazine Design category. Congratulations Whitman & Emorson and all involved in this beautiful project, it was a great to rethink a brazilian urban outfill to this beautiful magazine. See below the whole magazine (and previous editions).

Rethink is in the end of the issue

 

More Brooklyn – the sketchbooks

I love New York, and Brooklyn included. Despite that during my stay I was not living in “The Kings Borough”, I spent lot of time crossing the bridges to see and work there.

My friend and comic author Daniel Schaffer made me company in some drawing sessions, as well Marina Camargo. It was a fun but hard experience,  it is impossible to present all the diferent people, places and neighborhoods that exists in Brooklyn. I tryed my best and foccused in areas along the East River.

An article with part of the drawings was published in the september edition of the brazilian Magazine Lola. You can read the article here.

The complete Brooklyn sketchbooks you can see in the Sketchbook Gallery.

Limited edition Poster

This original silkscreen was made in collaboration with the Museu do Trabalho (Work Museum, Porto Alegre) and is part of their annual trust.
The art was based on Steve Epting’s Captain America covers that amazed me by the incredible composition with such intense movement.

It is still availuable to order, please check with me by e-mail if interested.

Printed in silkscreen (7 colours), 15″ X 19″ (38cm X 48cm), 120 signed and numbered copies only.

 

Poster para o Museu do Trabalho

Essa serigrafia em 7 (!!) cores produzida em parceria com o Museu do Trabalho (Porto Alegre, RS) faz parte do consórcio anual do Museu. Que é aberto para quem quiser participar. Uma maneira bem interessante (e econômica) de colecionar gravuras de artistas de todo o Brasil.
A arte em si é baseada em capas de gibis do Capitão América criadas por Steve Epting nos anos 40. Fiquei encantado com o dinamismo da composição e fiz minha leitura, tendo a capa apenas como inspiração para a composição.

Cópias ainda disponíveis.

Encomende aqui o poster.

Serigrafia (7 cores), 38cm X 48cm, total de 120 cópias assinadas e numeradas.