26ª Bienal de São Paulo
Poster proposal (academic project) for the twenty-sixth São Paulo Biennial which had as its theme the "Free Territory". Starting from the theme, the junction of the black and silver bars form an optical illusion allowing the visualization of a territorial map. This "territorial map" is intended to be visible when viewed from a distance, and when up close, the bars appear to be shifting, referring to free traffic, free territory.
Tadao Ando Exhibition
Poster for an online competition where briefings have been proposed by various creatives—designers, directors, publishers. The briefing chosen was by Michael Place—Creative Director of british studio Build.
Laurence King Publishing's 20th Anniversary
Proposal for Laurence King Publishing's 20th Anniversary contest where the poster is the juxtaposition of the publisher's symbol (duplicated and mirrored) which, when placed next to another poster, gives a sequence of Roman numerals (10, 20, 30, 40 years), projecting the I wish not only two decades of prosperity, but many more in the future.