Watercolor illustrations for a japanese food delivery app.
Watercolor illustrations for a jewelry catalogue.
I was invited by NoAr to work on a collaborative branding project in which I was responsible for the pattern and for the illustrations, including the one used for the final logo.
AS CONFUSÕES DO LEÃOZINHO DA JUBA GRANDE
It is a story of a clumsy lion that doesn't like to stop playing, not even to cut his hair. That is where a lot of funny and unusual situations start.
Koni Store was the first chain of Japanese fast food restaurants at Rio de Janeiro. The challenge of the project was to combine two areas which are apparently impossible to mix: oriental traditions and modernity. The main course is a temaki (rice and different fillings wrapped in seaweed in a cone shape), which the preparation is pretty much like making the traditional art of origami, but at the same time it doesn't take more than 5 minutes to eat it. The visual identity was inspired by origami art and urban icons such as traffic signs and I worked with another designer, Yael Dickstein.
Cuatro was a pop-up store that aim was to sell contemporary design furniture for an accessible price. The visual identity mission was to communicate the key items: chairs made of colorful acrylic and metallic structures.
This project was made in collaboration with Celina Schlieckmann.