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A semicolon is a punctuation mark that defines a pause bigger than a comma and smaller than a dot, an interregnum for observation and analysis; its shape draws a half-smile as if this side belonged to the moment of solution. The unit is the pixel and matrix of its genesis, and its language is the bitmap.

Client: ICNEW-TECH

Project: ICNEW Visual Identity

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As Adico's 100th birthday approached, we retrieve yet another piece of history, a symbol of the manual tube bending. Designed by architect Januário Godinho and materialized in a wall sculpture (the 1950s), still exists today on the factory entrance. This sculpture represents the art and craft of tube bending, which has been the core development of their product collections over almost 100 years.

Client: Adico

Project: Adico – Centennial 100 years / Classics Catalogue

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Client: TVF II

Project: Attitude – Website

Blend, mix and integrate. The approach sums up in the morphing of the acronym TNA, that stands for The Natural Affair, in a single element. Deconstruct to build a form that illustrates the abetment of the word “affair”. The aim is to create, a symbol that can take on, various graphic and visual expressions, based on the context and scope of communication throughout the platform.

Client: Natural Matters

Project: Natural Affair Visual Identity

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Client: Confetil

Project: Signage & Environmental Graphics

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From the letter 'd' we found the shape that triggered the exploration of this concept: the cube that stands for the box, to find the coordinates, NSEW, and simultaneously the letter 'd' reveal or bring to the foreground the "round-trip" directions visibly suggested by the arrow-shaped corners. The symbol then evolved to the exercise of mapping patterns that expressed trajectories and speed.

Client: DSA-Logistics

Project: Visual Identity

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Client: Quinta Maria Izabel

Project: Sublime Wine Label

Credits: Photography — Pedro Lobo

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The irreverence, importance and status that the Discoveries period brought to Portugal were decisive. Prince Henry's inspiration or driving force for the discovery serves Panamar to recreate his ventures inwards and from within. The basis of the typographical elements that build the monogram is humanistic. To choose this style, was intentional, due to the variation in thickness between crossbar, arm and stem strokes features. The P surrounds the T; we found plumbs, horizontal lines and a sense of movement. From this on, we were able to bring out the idea of a sail and its mast, the draping of the Infante's hat.

Client: Panamar - Concept Store

Project: Visual Identity

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To build this logotype, we travelled to modern times in the graphic past. We found the basis for this design in the original typography, Futura, designed by Paul Renner, between 1922 and 1924. All the lettering was designed with lowercase characters, and the 'p' baseline raised to create a horizontal baseline in the word 'Porto'. The goal: to create a logo, that reflected the architectural environment of the spaces, with clean language and surprising geometries. No chromatic values ​​were added, other than white and black, to reinforce this clearance.

Client: Porto White - City Lofts

Project: Visual Identity

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Art direction for photography, graphic design for the Classics Collection. The products are pieces that were originally produced during the first half of the 20th century. All recovered and manufactured by the in-house design and production team.

Client: Adico

Project: Classics Catalogue

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Client: Advancis business services

Project: Publication

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Time is the grand master of all things: the earth, air, water, sun and fire; the family, work, friends... not necessarily in this order, but time influences the order in which things in life happen.
Just as our well-being is reflected, in all the decisions we make.
All this knowledge about how the part interferes with the whole and the whole in the part, (traditionally oriental) expresses a notion of well-being.
This is the heritage and culture the LB company carries from its inception, the culture of well-being.

Client: Lucília Branco

Project: Visual Identity – Package

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OLIVAR: This is our footprint, the Earth belongs to everyone. Through illustrations, the "lifeline" of Olive Oil and its packaging is described. Briefly portray what this means for Nature and understand where this envelopment can make all the difference.
Serrata Olivar Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil. How to pack the sun, the song of birds... How to preserve the flavour and purity of olive oil... Recycling is giving back: in gestures and actions what the Earth facilitates.

Client: Serrata

Project: Olivar Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil – Concept & Packaging

Credits: Illustration — Ana Seixas

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The appeal to creativity often passes through the poke of the creator. The concept for this 2013/2015 edition was to provoke and incite to action. We tried to suggest to new creations freed from prejudices and stereotypes.
The various communication media were created to reinforce the idea of ​​challenge and risk – stir the brain cells and show this result without shame. In this proposal, the strong illustrative, typographic and chromatic plasticity and in a retro style, work as stimulating ingredients for the challenge.

Client: Burra de Milho

Project: Lab Jovem 2013-2015 Campaign

Credits: Spot & Motion Graphics: Carlos Amaral. Brain Costume: Júlio Alves

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