World Sustainability Organization is an industry independent, international NGO advocating environmental protection by means of international sustainability certifications, conservation projects and campaigns. WSO has developed Friend of the Earth and Friend of the Sea international certification programs for products from sustainable agriculture and fishing. The programs motivate producers to reduce their impact on the environment by respecting critical habitats. I provided full-services design to create layouts that reinforce the brand’s style and voice through its visual touchpoints, designing logos, annual reports, info-graphics, exhibition stands as well as interface design for didactic games, multi-language websites, video production and design for social media, coordinating the effort among multiple teams within and outside of the corporation.
An unique and innovative design is essential to effectively communicate with your audience. It’s also a key element in establishing a solid brand. From logo design to Print design and everything between, I develop brochures, corporate reports, catalogues, promotional material, invitations and more.
Known worldwide, Anima Mundi stands up among the five major animation festivals in the world and is the greatest in the Americas. It is also the main responsible for the formation and growth of the Brazilian animation market. For its originality and success, it has become an international model. For 5 years I worked as main art director responsible for the festival’s image, coordinating designer groups and in collaboration with scenographers, international animators and animation studios such as Aardman Animations, Michaela Pavlatova, Folimage Studios and Joanna Quinn. I also worked in the development of parallel digital projects such as: Anima Mundi Web (Animation Festival for the Internet and Mobile Phones sponsored by TIM), Mostra Itinerante Anima Mundi (special film festivals across Brazil), Anima Escola (animation courses for schools) and Anima Mundi DVD’s authoring (Collection of the best films exhibited during the festival).
SESC (Social Service of Commerce) consists of 572 institutions scattered over more than 2000 Brazilian municipalities that aim to develop a rich cultural program targeted towards a socially-diverse audience. Thanks to its unique positioning and its appeal to a socially-diverse audience, the Brazilian SESC popularized the concept of “cultural centers”. I carried out the art direction of “Encontro de Cultura das Cidades” event that gathered authorities from various parts of Brazil to discuss current themes on cultural politics. At the meeting 502 people from 16 states were present, representing 242 institutions. It was one of the most important cultural congresses of 2003 in Brazil.