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Typeface Design ● Type Specimen
Stevenage Typeface is a revival of an old graphic feature of the city of Stevenage, located in the north of London.
This alphabet was created through the photographic collection of a slab font in various parts of the city, to be the official font for the new town centre wayfinding and mapping system. It was developed by @maynarddesign and commissioned by Stevenage Borough Council.
This project was made in collaboration with Natanael Gama.
Epithalamium is a poetry magazine founded by neurologists. I had the pleasure of designing this craft custom typeface and all the editorial content inside of this first printed edition, launched in 2019.
Editorial Design ● Typeface Design ● Graphic Design
Designed with A+X
Poster Design ● Typeface Design
EXTENSO is an adjective — something [1.] extensive. [2.] something spacious, ample, in large amount.  including or dealing with a wide range of information. Now move to the typographic installation, exploring the exhibiting venue and intensifying the meaning of the word. This is a conjunction of design as communication and Installation as a piece. It’s a call for critical intervention through the beckoning of large-scale graphic and typographic elements. , the expansion of a need to communicate with graphic dimension and visual intensity. Thanks to the people at Arquente: Catarina Dias, Carlos Rodrigues and Vanessa Martins.
Typographic Installation ● Murale
Cafézïque is a brand new place located in Loulé, in the south of Portugal, that offers a special experience around wine tasting, Mediterranean food and bar. The industrial metallic stairs are a featured element of this space, and was the main reference for this brand project designed with a bespoke geometric typeface, used in brand materials and commucation.
Brand Identity ● Typeface Design ● Editorial Design ● Stationery
Installation part of the Oripeau project happening in Nantes, France
"Oversized Poster Painted on a Wall", is the result of Bruno Rodrigues and Rita Mato’s willingness to explore the common ground of their work as graphic designers & visual artists, creating something new in collaboration. Because of the solo exhibition of one half of the team — "What We Feel Like", by Rita Matos — this piece made the wall of FOCO, a contemporary art gallery in Lisbon, from the 30th of November to the 22nd of December, 2017.
Photo by Miguel Von Driburg & Joana Duarte
Poster Design ● Type Design ● Murale
Murale made by Bruno Rodrigues and Susana Cortesz at Aqui Base Tango, Coimbra, Portugal. It was made by papercut and it's a tribute to Sean Price (1972—2015).
Photo from Miguel Von Driburg
Type Design ● Murale
First Things First is a 20 limited silkscreen and spray poster series (70x100cm), signed and numbered, printed at Lavandaria. This piece was created as a tribute to the renowned Manifesto with the same name, written by Ken Garland in 1964 and signed by 20 international creatives, from designers to photographers and students.
It was a reaction to the return of humanism in Design, a response to over-effort in advertising that resulted in the appeal to the consumer spirit. The objective was to apply this Design effort toward education and public service, thus serving a valuable purpose in society.
Poster Design ● Type Design
Book Cover ● Editorial Design
Visual Approach is a series of 6 silkscreen posters limited to 25 units each. This series addresses different messages transcribed through visual compositions that communicate the author's feelings, paradigms and ideas. All the visual content works and lives in the space defined for its creation, valuing the poster in its dimension, supporting the content. The constant provocation and rousing speech, which occurs in the written and/or visual message, is a way of testing the observer, creating a sense of curiosity for objective understanding.
Some prints can be found at WhiteGrid Gallery in Berlin.
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10 limited 50x70 screen print posters printed at Lavandaria with Materica Gesso 120gr. Signed and numbered.
Price: 60€ + shipping
Tote Bag – Saudade, the love that remains for Slanted Magazine #27 for the Portuguese issue. Saudade was once described as “the love that remains” after someone is gone. It’s the recollection of feelings, experiences, places or events that once brought excitement, pleasure, a sense of well-being, which now triggers the senses and makes us relive it.
Lettering: Bruno Rodrigues / Size: 38 x 42 cm / Material: Cotton / Version: long handles (70 cm) / Print: Silkscreen
Calligraphy ● Screenprint
Presently working as a Senior Designer at A+X. I previously ran my own studio and collaborated with Studio Andrew Howard in Oporto. I’ve worked as Senior Designer for Graphic and Brand Design at Bürocratik. Furthermore, to satisfy my intense creative thirst, I've been developing freelance projects in many fields, from Art Direction and Graphic Design for book publishers to collaborations with cultural companies and music-related projects.
Some of my work has been featured in magazines such as Slanted Magazine. It received awards from Art Directors Club of Europe, European Design Awards, Clube Criativos de Portugal and Meios&Publicidade (with Bürocratik), among many other national references, awards and exhibitions.
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