When I travel outside Brazil, I am proud of the image of our country abroad. And a lot is due to the work of our designers. To follow the images that best represent us, check out the release of the largest work dedicated to its registration.
In 2013, the Brazilian Graphic Design Biennial reached its 10th edition. For the final selection of the show, held at the Latin American Memorial, a record number of entries were received. Of the nearly 2,000 submitted works produced by Brazilian designers here and abroad, 444 pieces were chosen.
Now, for the first time, the catalog of these works has been produced through crowdfunding. This is undoubtedly evidence of the quality of its content. This is because the large volume only took shape by the adhesion of true fans and supporters of Brazilian design.
With this festive atmosphere, the Brazilian House Museum (photo), in São Paulo, opens its doors this Tuesday, 02/25, for the launch of the publication. The event, held by ADG Brasil - Association of Graphic Designers, has free admission.
Also check out the exhibition that is on display in the same place, near home, by architect Harry Seidler, in a previous article here.
10th Brazilian Graphic Design Biennial Catalog
Opening: 02/25, at 19h - Free
Location: Brazilian House Museum
Address: Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 2,705 - Jardim Paulistano
Access for people with disabilities / 20-seat bike rack
Paid parking on site
Check out the promotional photos of the catalog that represents the best of national design.
Watch below a video that presents the entire process of selecting designers until the work is finished.