No Singular Narrative
EDITORIAL DESIGN 183 PAGES, 109 MM X 196 MM
contains eleven versions of one story, assembled with a collection of images from disparate online archives.Various modes of navigation are created through the association of images and story versions from different sources, with the hope that somewhere between them lies the germination of creativity.
A Line Which Forms a Volume 3
EDITORIAL DESIGN 168 PAGES, 182 MM X 135 MM
is a critical reader of graphic design-led research that frames the act of publishing research through the metaphor of the roundabout; as in publishing, the roundabout allows circulation and instigates cooperation and interdependence; participants actively cooperate with each other, driving their research through parallel and intersecting lanes, developing in constant motion. ♥ Paloma Moniz, Roxy Zeiher, Jaime Del Carro, Ricardo Gonçalves and Francisca Roseiro. Available at MagCulture
CURATION LONDON COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION
is an event for active discourse on design-led research and practice. The third edition features contributions, talks and performances from Legrand Jager, Paul Soullelis, Evening Class, Andrew Brash, Anja Kaiser and Rebecca Stephany,
is a website for Modjo Design, a design agency in Lisbon collaborating with artists, designers and brands. Their concept of transparency was used for the website interactions, overlapping pages when opening menus and links.
Pictures Of An Exhibition: Catalogue
EDITORIAL DESIGN 216 PAGES, 110 MM x 180 MM
presents the exhibition’s intention through the review of the work displayed in several interviews.The catalogue questions our agency and position through a curatorial statement and is divided into two chapters that work as an exercise on associative image-research. ♥ Lisa Lichblau and Rong Lian.
From The Microscopic, Trough the Bodily, To The Cosmic And Infinite
EDITORIAL DESIGN 56 PAGES, 210 MM x 297 MM
uses visual similarity as a tool to navigate information. The publication is based on narratives of association which creates an assemblage of information based on resemblance, that disrupts categorizatio and ranges freely across different scales of information.
EDITORIAL DESIGN 40 PAGES, 297 MM x 420 MM
is a booklet on archive’s navigation. Methods for organization of archives online are appropriated using algorithmic tools to make connections between images building various visual narratives.
Is an album from an electronic music duo from Porto. The graphic identity is inspired in their music, which relates to molecular and spatial imagery.