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Exercise Book 30
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Junkyard
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Illustrations created for University of Chicago Magazine, AD Guido Mendez.
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Exercise Book 29
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Recent Illustrations
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Stanford Review Magazine


Cultura Magazine | Brazil

Johns Hopkins Magazine

Exercise Book 28
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Five Illustrations
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Illustrations created for Você S/A, brazilian magazine with corporate subjects.
 
Mermaid's Tears
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Recent work for On Earth magazine , AD Gail Ghezzi.

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Two Colors 2
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New World?
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This is a recent series for Nueva Sociedad Magazine, Argentina. The theme was globalization.
 




Bang on
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Recent work for Johns Hopkins magazine, AD Pam Li.
The issue contain one work by fellow Drawger Harry Campbell.
 



Two Colors
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Computerworld Cover
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This is an illustration I just completed for the current edition of Computerworld. The article was about the new face of Information Technology. Fast work and small changes. Art directed by April Montgomery, it was great working with her.
Exercise Book 27
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Exercise Book 26
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New Illustrations
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Cultura magazine / Brazil

Quadrangle magazine / USA

DPI magazine / Taiwan

When I grow up, I will be... Marine Engineer!
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Recent Illustration for Ciência Hoje das Crianças, Brazilian children's magazine.


Exercise Book 25
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Exercise Book 24
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Let's Go!
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This illustration was made for the Cultura magazine / Brazil.  
The text was about the meaning of the verb "to go" in portuguese.
Cockroach!
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This illustration was done recently for Ciência Hoje das Crianças, Brazilian children's magazine.
Future
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New illustration for Cultura magazine / Brasil, a text about the language of the future.
Money!
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This is a series of spots in B/W that I've done for the book "Meio Circulante".  
A very nice text about the track of a paper money from hand to hand. There is everything in the book, blackmail, drama, corruption, political, gambling, death... until the money become just an item of a collector. It was a job I enjoyed doing.
New Work
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One illustration for a Brazilian Art magazine, the theme was about Postal Art.  
A quick and good work to do.  
 
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Exercise Book 23
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Exercise Book 22
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Untitled
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One illustration for an art show in São Paulo / Brazil.       
The theme was free...accomplished mission!
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Exercise Book 21
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2012
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My first work this year for a Brazilian scientific magazine.  
The theme was about philosophy and I had a lot of freedom to create the illustration.
Exercise Book 20
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Winter Shoe Guide
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This is an illustration that I've done for the Runner's World / December, art directed by Kory Kennedy. It was a peaceful work. She said I could do the type if I wanted to, almost all the typography is hand made. Other illustrators from Drawger ( Matt, Taxali, Buzelli ) have done these in the past, in a very creative way. 
Exercise Book 19
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Danger!
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Reader’s Digest Asia | Jaws the Movie / 1975

Exercise Book 18
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Four Illustrations
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Vip Magazine, Brazil | Poems and Poetry

The Pennsylvania Gazette | Temperature and Sea Level

Playboy Magazine, Brazil | The Angry Sailor

PlanSponsor Magazine | Saving for Retirement

Exercise Book 17
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Exercise Book 16
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Law & Order
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New illustration for The American Lawyer, AD Joan Ferrell.
A text about Technology, Market and Lawyers.
Exercise Book 15
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New & Used Cars
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Untitled | Personal piece | 2011
Papel Brasil | Art Magazine | 2002
Untitled | Art Show | 1999
Untitled | Art Show | 1992
Sketchbook | 1987
Sketchbook | 1979
Dictionaries
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New illustration for Cultura magazine / Brasil, a text about theme dictionaries.
Euro?
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A recent illustration for The Pennsylvania Gazette, a text about European financial crisis.
Exercise Book 14
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Envelope 4

Exercise Book 13
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Envelope 3

Exercise Book 12
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Envelope 1

Envelope 2

Exercise Book 11
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The Broken Egg
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Recent work for a brazilian magazine. An article about economic crisis in Europe.
Exercise Book 10
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Miracle Fish
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Illustration for brochure about ecology in Brazil.
Exercise Book 9
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Double spread



Exercise Book 8
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Exercise Book 7
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Spots and Words
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Here's some spots done for a Brazilian book about literature.
Art and Money
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Cover and illustration for Culture Magazine, Brazil.
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Exercise Book 6
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Money and Crisis
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Cover detail
It was a series of illustrations I finished in the end of March for Morning Star magazine. 
For some weeks the AD Teofila Gomes and I discussed by e-mail ( I in Rio de Janeiro, she in Chicago ) the concept for the drawings and its application in the magazine's graphic project. 
No problems, cool work...I liked to do.
Cover and spreads
Two illustrations
Exercise Book 5
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Exercise Book 4
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Exercise Book 3
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Vision Shot
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Here is a piece just finished for The Pennsylvania Gazette magazine, AD:Catherine Gontarek. 
The text: The e-mail arrived just before Christmas.  It was from an Italian ophthalmologist.  “We want to share a very great emotion with you,” she wrote.  One of her patients, a child, had gone to the countryside with his parents about ten days before.  The boy had been born with Leber’s congenital amaurosis, an inherited eye disease that had made him blind.  Outside on one clear night, “he looked up at the sky and asked his mother what those little white spots were,” the doctor wrote.  “He saw the stars for the first time in his life!” 
 
100
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This is my hundredth post and I wanted to celebrate by making a drawing!
It has been very good to be here, showing my illustrations and doodles.
And also seeing so many beautiful and creative drawings.
I hope I'll get to post number 200! :-)
I Love Books!
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Two illustrations about literature for a Brazilian magazines.
Revista Cultura
Ciência Hoje das Crianças
Recent Works
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The Economist / UK
Harvard Business Review / USA
Spreads
Ciência Hoje das Crianças / Brazil
Exercise Book 2
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The Talking Cricket
Exercise Book 1
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Old Drawing
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I'm not becoming an nostalgic guy. But today I found this drawing from 1979 or 1980, I don't remind the exact date. Wow, time really flies... More drawings in 2010 for everyone.:-)


Best wishes for everyone!
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New Doodle | December
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Google's Power
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New illustration from yesterday's LA Times Journal. The work was for a review of the book by Ken Auletta, Googled: The End of the World as We Know It.


Democracy and Intelligence Services
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Recent work for Ciência Hoje, Brazilian Science magazine.
ON / OFF
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My new fake cover, Red Box Magazine. Soundtrack | Invaders Must Die | Prodigy 2009

Five Drawings
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Recent illustrations for Epoca, Brazilian economy magazine.  
A good job, approved without alteration :-)
Drugs | USA x Mexico
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A recent illustration for The Pennsylvania Gazette, AD Catherine Gontarek.  
The title: From Small Corners to Big Cartels, the Drug War's Unintended Consequences

New Doodle | 2009
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New Invention | New World
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Illustration for NewScientist / UK of last week.
Pee-n-grow : Manufacturing artificial fertiliser is a highly energy intensive process that consumes roughly 1 per cent of the world's energy supply. As odd as it sounds, using sterile, nitrogen-rich human urine instead could prevent the emission of more than 180 million tonnes of C02 each year. Urine collection systems with basement storage tanks have been built by the Stockholm Environmental Institute in more than 800 apartments in rural China, saving an estimated 20 tonnes of C02 emissions annually. Make sense?
Sun or Rain?
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This is my illustration for the AI5000 issue. The theme: Climate change | AD: SooJin Buzelli
A Thursday Drawing
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Dog World | Personal piece
Mucha Lucha!
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New drawing for collective illustration exhibition, São Paulo / Brazil.
Dibujos Libres!
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Double spread for Ragu, brazilian art & comics magazine.
Illustration and detail
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Here's an illustration I recently completed.    
I did for the Plansponsor Magazine, for the legendary AD SooJin Buzelli.    


Drawing Book 4
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Everything can be explained by using drawings?
Old Doodle / 2006
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Drawing Book 3
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A new drawing in this first day of winter in Rio de Janeiro.
Drawing Book 2
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New personal work...make sense?
Doodle Sunday
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No explanation, just a doodle and Photoshop.
Doodle Saturday
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Today, I had time to draw for me. 
Doodles can certainly reveal something of a person’s mental state...

Doodle Friday
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Just drawing with pencil and Photoshop, totally free. I'm leaving  the studio, so long!
New Car
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Recent illustration for Newsweek, two weeks ago.  
The theme: electric car, more economy and less air pollution.  


Drawing Book
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No layout, no pressure, no money... only fun. :-)
DOSVOX
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A new software in development to help blind people to working in the computer. 
Illustration for Ciencia Hoje, Brazilian science magazine.

Four drawings
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Illustrations for Brazilian newspapers. One interesting work with varied themes.
Expansion of religious sects
Bureaucracy
Press and information
Truth
Spots to the People!
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Sr.Caranguejo or Mr.Crab?
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Illustration for Ciência Hoje das Crianças, Brazilian children's magazine.
1, 2, 3! Testing! Testing!
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Scanners and Beats
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My new personal work, a mixture... Scanners directed by David Cronenberg + electronic music. 
A fake magazine cover . Here's my set list, enjoy! 
Darryl Revok | Final Call   
Cameron Vale | Lost Inside   
Ripe Program | Control Me [XI Remix]   
ConSec | Inside the brain   
Ephemerol | Total Overdosed   
Kim Obrist | Sex Style [XSI Remix]   
DJ Cronenberg | Scsi 1981 [Bonus Mix]   
 
1, 2, 3 …testing…testing
Imbalance
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Here's a illustration I did recently for Soojin Buzelli [ Anybody here know her ? :-) ] at Plan Sponsor.  The concept was: "imbalance" or "not having enough". A fast job and that I liked to do. As always, it was a pleasure working with her. 
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DPI Magazine / Taiwan
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Awhile ago I was contacted by Sasha Weng from DPI magazine, asking me to feature some of my illustrations and an interview in their design magazine. I got a big surprise on Sunday when I found a parcel from Taiwan waiting for me. It was a couple of copies of DPI magazine. Although I know NO chinese or taiwanese language, I can tell from the content and quality of people working there, it's an amazing magazine.

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VIV magazine / USA
My interview:
Could you share your background with us?
My father always worked with illustration. I grew up surrounded by drawings, comic books, graphical art pieces. My father used to work for publicity agencies, and I loved to see those international annual catalogues full of images and letter fonts. I started working as a commercial illustrator very early, which gave me a lot of experience and also a lot of "un-pleasance". My drawings always had good quality and good acceptance, but I felt it very "commercial" and "standardized", very much similar to many other artists'. I took the risk for the change, a quest for my own style, not only for the traces, but also for the concepts. I moved forward in this process for the last 15 years, and have learned that ability is one thing, but creativity is by far much harder to master. I think I could achieve an interesting mix, my work always dialogues with illustration, graphical design, plastic arts. It is becoming more "abstract" and free. As a matter of fact, the important thing is to open new paths and always keep an open mind.
What are the messages which you trying to say from your art work?
I must be sincere. When I start drawing I try not to think of "messages" or "concepts". I make some small sketches by hand, go to the computer and start the composition of my illustration work. From my point of view, there is always the aim for authorial work. When I receive a text for a magazine or newspaper, I try to adapt it to my graphical universe. Sometimes, on the dependence of the editor of art, or the author of the text, the illo is approved in the first version. But many times it is necessary to go a cycle of changes and adaptations - which is consistent with editorial business. I would like to draw always in a more light and ludic way, but it not always possible when working in a commercial basis. I think it is important to participate on exhibits and independent publications; it is a way of give live and visibility to my drawings with no kind of pressures.
What was the first art work you draw? How did you get start with it?
I started by producing silk-screen drawings for t-shirts; after that, I published my drawings in independent magazines, and gathered a small portfolio. Then I looked for work in commercial magazines, and had my first published drawing in a feminine magazine. It was just an spot, but it made me so happy. Since this first one, I didn't stop drawing.
Where do you usually get the inspirations?
I have a passion for images - any kind of images… Old documents, stationary, market bags, photographs, magazines, newspapers, etc. These materials have always been a source of inspiration to me. I have recently bought a book with ancient maps. I look to the maps and "abstract" the cartographical information, and focus the forms, colors and graphic components. This kind of inspiration often occurs to me, to look at an image and see it out of the accepted or conventional meaning of its contents.
What kind of books do you love to read?
I always read anything that came into my hands. Newspapers, comic books, history books, poetry. Presently, I'm reading "Matisse by Matisse", a great book with the artist's thoughts about his work. It's a testimony on the History of Modern Art in the very moment it was being built.
Which illustrator do you admire the most?
That question is hard to answer. There are so many fantastic illustrators that it would be unfair to mention only one. To get a focus on the History of Art, I'd mention Picasso, Miró, Matisse, Saul Stainberg, George Herriman, Basquiat and the amazing Bill Traylor.
If there is going to be the ends of world soon, what will you want to do for your life?
That would be terrible, I imagine all the TV channels with journalists, politicians, priests and prophets talking and screaming all the time... I'd like to be with my wife and my daughter, watching some old "Bugs Bunny" cartoons and tasting my last cappuccino cup.
Japan's textile tradition
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Illustration about fashion in Japan / Brazil 2009.
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Two new illustrations
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The Pennsylvania Gazette
Variations of the same theme. Businesses, money and Canada.
The Osler Outlook / Canada
Good Bye 2008!
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Happy 2009 to everyone!
The Drawing Club
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New illustration for my unpublished files...the Club is open, take a drink.
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Calendar 2009
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Illustration for promotional calendar, Sturges Reps / Salvato Coe + Gabor. The theme, Ecology... recycling our world. 
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Heaven and hell
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Illustration about teachers and education in Brazil.
American Illustration 27
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This my drawing has been chosen for the book American Illustration 27,  He was published in the Graphic magazine in Brazil, a text about the 80 year anniversary of Mickey Mouse . I'm anxious to see the book.
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Eyes on China
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Some months ago I have been invited to participate on an exhibition and also on a special issue of Newgraphic magazine, in China.  
The goal was to raise funds for the victims of the earthquake in the Province of Sichuan. 
Recently they have published a website with all the works for this project,  about 200 artists all around the world. Among them we also find our "Drawger" Randall Enos
This is the link - made by the designer Robert Appleton , from Canada.  
http://www.robertappleton.com/china/
Children's book
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This is my new children's book. 
Small poems written by Chico Homem de Melo, writer and designer.   
The title is something as The Other Name of the Animal, a very good job to do.

El Tango
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A recent illustration for The Pennsylvania Gazette, a text about Astor Piazzolla and your great music.
A Sunday drawing
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Red Box
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A illustration for my unpublished files.
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Duck Songs
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"If  it looks like a duck and it quacks like a duck". New work for an exhibit in September.

More Birds?
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More Birds...
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A Sunday Bird
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Pruebe su inteligencia
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Illustration for Zonaste magazine, Spain 2003 / AD: Jorge Alderete, el Doctor.
DNA
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New illustration for Medical Alumni magazine. The theme: basically  two neuro-scientists at Tufts School of Medicine have perfected  technology for identifying a nearly unlimited range of odors  ... land,mines, mold, bacteria, chemical spills, etc.. 

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Electronic Music
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New drawing for my unpublished files.

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Bird and clouds
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This page illustration was done recently for Ciência Hoje das Crianças, Brazilian children's magazine. A poem of Fernando Pessoa, one of the greatest Portuguese writers. 

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Green Kitchens
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This new illustration was published last week in the Hartford Courant newspaper, AD Reck Tim.     
A publication of Connecticut, land of our friend Handall Enos.
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Black and White / 6 [ e n d ]
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We that work with commercial illustration know it is a kind of art that has well-defined rules: text, a defined lay-out, conversation with the AD and a final-art that pleases everybody, being as understandable as possible. 
But besides the every day work, I like drawing to myself and I think that I came to create a "private universe", where there are no rules.  
I always liked Donald Duck and his city full of dogs, ducks, mice that live "in harmony".  I thought: I can do the same! To mix characters, fragmented images, add some phrases, different languages, and make all sort of associations.  Kind of a "crazy-bossa-samba-pop". 
With no "great concept" at all, just the pleasure of drawing and having a good time. As time went by, these "qualities" have been interacting with my commercial work. As a matter of fact,  these drawings make me very happy, and are part of a small book I am preparing to be published in June, with new and old drawings. 
Thank you for your comments about this series Black/ White, you make feel that I am in the right way. 

Black and White / 5
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Black and White / 4
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This drawing I finished now... 
I have been selecting some B&W works for a small book that will be in print this semester.   
It's an opportunity to review and think about my drawings and my own work. 
Thanks for your comments in the last post, they have been of great help. :-)
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Black and White / 3
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Black and White / 2
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+ three works...
Black and White
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Three works, collages done in year 2000 for Papel Brasil / art magazine.

Comix
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New illustration, one fake comics page.

58
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A new drawing for my files. No theme, just free associations of images... I think.

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China Today
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This photo was sent by Bruno Porto, a Brazilian friend who teaches Graphic Design at the Raffles Design Institute in Shangai. The girl is one of his students.

I'm very happy because, after waiting for months, I finally received  the issues of the Chinese magazine NewGraphic.  It's really a cool edition, well printed, big format.  I'm in the company of great designers, I like Reza Abedini.  He's from Iran and does a wonderful artwork, you really should see his website:   www.rezaabedini.com/

I contacted by editor Ge Hong last year, they wanted to publish  something about my work. They asked for a presentation text,  so I didn't think twice: I wrote for our great  Randall Enos  and sent my works for his appreciation. He quickly wrote a very intelligent and generous text. 
Randall, I'll be sending a copy for you very soon. Thank you again, my friend!

Cover
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Spreads
Spreads
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Hello folks, I'm back!   
Two weeks of vacations ( férias in my language ) , everybody needs 
to recharge the batteries now and then. :-)   
Now, it's back to work...recent spreads for magazines.
Upscale
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Cincia Hoje das Crianas / Brazil
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ComputerWorld
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Calendar 2008
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Illustration for promotional calendar, Sturges Reps / Salvato Coe + Gabor. My theme ... blackmail.
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Today
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Sunday
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A Sunday drawing...let's go working tomorrow again ?
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Untitled
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Just finished this illustration for Grafica, Brazilian art  magazine. I hope they like...
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Encryption
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New illustration for Storage magazine, A.D.: Mary Beth Cadwell.
Recycled
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An old drawing that I found in my usual disorder... 
I made a scan and small changes in the Photoshop. Just a recycled doodle and any explanation. :-)
Black & white
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Yesterday I finished this illustration for Bongolê Bongoró, Brazilian alternative magazine.   
No theme and B/W, really I love typologies and Japanese characters.
Today
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Just a Sunday doodle.
Freestyle
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Today I finished this illustration, a detail was used in my old banner...
Children
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New illustration for The Pennsylvania Gazette, A.D.: Catherine Gontareck. 
Here's a summary of the whole story.... 
 
"Imagine you’ve just earned $5 for filling out a brief a questionnaire, and someone gives you the chance to donate some or all of that money to alleviate poverty in Africa.  How much of your unexpected windfall would you be willing to part with?  As anyone in the business of charity could  tell you, that depends on the sales pitch.   
If you’re given information about the plight of 3 million children going  hungry on account of regional food shortages, you might decide to reopen  your wallet.  Or you might not — perhaps reasoning that the problem is too vast for your donation to make an impact.  But if instead you’re  confronted with a picture of a seven-year-old girl named Rokia who lives in poverty in Mali, chances are that you’ll have a much harder time resisting the urge to give."

Naval Battle
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My new illustration for Colectiva, alternative magazine of Costa Rica.  
The theme: Traditional Games, I made about Naval Battle. 
Linzie Hunter also participates of this number :-)
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Los Tres Amigos
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A freestyle illustration to finish the month of August .
Dali's optical illusions
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One recent illustration, full page. 
The theme are about science, art and Salvador Dali for   
a Brazilian magazine. I'm not a big fan of Dali, but is Art History :-)
Mental Powers
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Recently I made this illustration for Colectiva / Special Black, alternative magazine of Costa Rica.         No theme and in B/W. My drawings collection :-) 

Brazilian children's book
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I've made this illustrations 3 years ago (how time flies!) for a Brazilian children's book called  " É isso ali ". It was a collection of little, beautiful and sophisticated poems. 
I really felt free to work as I pleased. Sometimes I think I'm very lucky, since I can do things my way and suffer no objections. I consider it a prize. It's not always like this, but that's the way things are. :-)

Cover and spreads
Double spreads
Full page
Full page
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Polaroid
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A complicated week, layouts go and they return.  
Today, I made this drawing to calm the nerves... :-) 
Spots
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These are some recent spot illustrations for magazines of the USA and Brazil. 
Small and fun drawings :-)
Guide 2007
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A nice work, a cover for Guide / Warner Bros.   
The art director Mike Diehl gave me total freedom.   
I liked to see other covers done by illustrators of Drawger,Taxali e Zimm.
Invader
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I have a very eclectic (or very weird) musical taste. I like the late Rage Against the Machine, Elvis, Moby,Prodigy,Tom Jobim,Bossa Nova,Samba and much, muuuuuuuuuch more...  
In the month of March, I loved to see and listen to a new Rio de Janeiro rap group, called "Os Inumanos". They have a very creative clip on Youtube. Enjoy !
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FabHc2Mtxhw 
Freestyle
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A new illustration for one collective exhibition in Rio de Janeiro. 
I finished today... :-) 
Multi-task ?
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Two illustrations for New Scientist magazine / UK. 
The Text: "Is it really possible to multi-task ? On her morning drive to work, Debbie drinks her coffee, eats her breakfast, checks her email and chats with her mum, often all at once. She hates wasting time. This isn't just a female talent: Alun can conduct a job interview on top of answering emails and surfing the web. These people are examples of an elite species of human: multitaskers. They can juggle more activities in 5 minutes than our ancestors did in a day. Or so they like to think."   
     
PS: I had a beginning of terrible week... My hard disk burned! Really a true hell! I called a firm of data and I got to recover almost everything!  Fly money... but I am in the sky! :-)
Birds for the people!
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Illustration for one chilldren's magazine. 
At the risk of sounding obvious, the theme was birds and I made my birds. 
The art director spoke to me that the author of the text didn't like  a lot of the drawing, he wanted something more "real "...   
Patience  :-)

Illustrating without text
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Recently I made this illustration for Bizz, Brazilian magazine   
of music and pop culture.   
I didn't receive the text to read, they sent me the format  
of the drawing and just a sentence:   
" the text will be about the author's memories on the   
year of 1990 ". I believe that was I called because my drawing has   
a very abstract side. I liked to do and they also liked  the final result.  
I would like always to draw like this... 

Insectos
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An illustration for the Colectiva, alternative magazine of Costa Rica.   
The theme of the publication was insects. A good drawing of doing! 

Bird
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Finished a new drawing for one exhibition collective, that will happen in second semester in Rio de Janeiro. Will hopefully post some of the things I am currently working on soon.
Children's dreams
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Hello folks, I finished this illustration today for Suenos Ilustrados, a book of children's dreams edited by Roger Omar and illustrated by artists from several countries.  
This is a selection made from thousands of dreams of boys and girls, gathered each winter since 2002 in México, Spain, and Brasil. 
 
My text: THE DOGS / Dreamed by a girl in Mexico       
" Today I dreamed that I was a puppy and I could speak. My owners didn't love me because I was short, so they threw me away. Later, some sirs picked me up and took good care of me. My first owners got mad. Then I escaped and went to play with my friends the dogs. "     
 
The other contributing artists can be viewed here: 
http://flickr.com/photos/rogeromar/sets/1835379/detail/
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