Brand Identity, Web Design
Auprès is a slow fashion brand of refined shoes consciously crafted in Portugal. The visual identity and art direction aims to reflect the essence of the brand, founded in simplicity, timelessness and natural beauty, celebrating craftsmanship through a modern view, and having sustainability as their guiding value.
Spreads designed during the 2+ years working at Vogue Spain, while making part of the process of redesigning the magazine, under the art direction of Óscar Germade.
A custom typeface was created for the occasion, with an extensive family that included some special versions developed for specific issues, evoking the monthly subject covered.
Brand Identity, Packaging
Madame Jeanne is a Swiss high-end brand of CBD oils. The graphic identity proposes a contemporary look on the cannabis imagery through a minimalistic approach that highlights the qualities of the products: clean formulas with natural ingredients and therapeutical properties.
Ode magazine is an ode to love in all its forms: romantic love, conjugal love, experimental love, platonic love, familial love, love towards objects, love towards nature... The concept of the magazine is based on the three stages of love according to science: Lust, Attraction and Attachment.
And just like the love, an ode is also divided into three major parts, so from this tripartite structure all the design decisions were set: the nature of the contents, the image curation, the selection and use of different typefaces, and the changes in the layout, that from a more irregular and dynamic approach, gradually take a more classic form.
Project in collaboration with Victoria Studio.
Natureza-morta is a fanzine that showcases a series of pictures reflecting on the passage of time and the process of growing old.
Brand Identity, Packaging
Brand identity for a specialty coffee roastery. The graphic identity was inspired by its name, Aurora. The logotype resembles a rising sun, and the color palette translates different shades of sunrise hues. The grainy texture evokes the coffee bean grains.
Past Present Future
Past Present Future is an editorial platform for Loewe which aims to celebrate craftsmanship and promote their sustainable practices. Inspired by the name of the commemorative exhibition and book of the 170 years of the brand, PPF shares stories and experiences around creation navigating through three different temporal visions. Project in collaboration with Francisco Pires.
The Holy Bieber is a publication that aims to reflect on fame and fan phenomena, turning the most iconic pop icon of our days — Justin Bieber — into a supreme divinity. Project in collaboration with Victoria Studio.
First—The Humans in Space
Book about the Space Race, focused on the first milestones in the conquest of space. The design of the book revolves around two main concepts: the gradual loss of gravity and the marking of the vertical axis / Earth—Space.
Project in collaboration with Ara Studio.
Aeroplastics is an art gallery based in Brussels, Belgium. They position themselves as audacious and unconventional, offering large shows in and out of the gallery system, exhibiting only marginal artists who don’t follow the trends.
Inspired by the concept of “outside the box” and their aim to communicate a dynamic and adventurous spirit, a flexible identity system was created where the brand composes a typographic exterior framebox for all the artistic activity that happens inside it.
Getting Lost is a fanzine that gathers some travel photos and thoughts on wandering and (self-)discovery.
Okult is a Swedish-Italian creative studio with a special focus on fashion design. Inspired by their strong vision and manifesto, the identity highlights their experimental, almost transgressive, attitude. The typography chosen reflects their pursuit of an ancient wisdom, conveying also a mysterious feeling. A secondary graphic element materializes an abstract approach towards the occult; a black rectangle that can be filled with anything: a landscape, a color, a drawing, a texture. All that may evoke the occult.