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    Sobras Completas is a compilation of ten books of the Brazilian poet Jovino Machado, firstly published between 1993 and 2013. Besides Machado’s p… Read More
    Sobras Completas is a compilation of ten books of the Brazilian poet Jovino Machado, firstly published between 1993 and 2013. Besides Machado’s poems, which mix popular and erudite references in a synthetic and sharp language, Sobras Completas also contains critics texts and other attachments. The historical aspect that anthologies and reissues generally evoke was combined to the vast, humorous and irreverent imaginary of Machado’s poetry. For so, the book design merged a impersonal and systematic graphic vocabulary to elements related to the author’s own expression. Read Less
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Sobras Completas
Obra revisada e reunida

Designers: Daniel Bilac e Valquíria Rabelo
Registro: Fábio Martins
Cliente: Jovino Machado
Ano: 2015

Sobras Completas reúne dez títulos lançados pelo poeta Jovino Machado ao longo de vinte anos (1993 a 2013) e uma seleção de poemas até então inéditos em livro. Além da obra de Jovino, que mescla referências das culturas popular e erudita em linguagem enxuta e mordaz, o volume traz textos críticos e alguns outros anexos. O traço historicista, que antologias e republicações naturalmente carregam, se soma ao rico, bem humorado e irreverente universo imagético do texto de Jovino. Assim, o projeto gráfico combina um vocabulário impessoal e sistemático com elementos que dialogam com a expressão do autor.
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Sobras Completas is a compilation of ten books of the Brazilian poet Jovino Machado, firstly published between 1993 and 2013. It also includes a selection of new poems. Besides Machado’s poems, which mix popular and erudite references in a synthetic and sharp language, Sobras Completas also contains critics texts and other attachments. The historical aspect that anthologies and reissues generally evoke was combined to the vast, humorous and irreverent imaginary of Machado’s poetry. For so, the book design merged a impersonal and systematic graphic vocabulary to elements related to the author’s own expression.