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  • Gregorio Uribe Big Band Live

    Wednesday, September 29, 2010

    I have been working with Gregorio Uribe on his bands new brand identity. Last night was the Launch of their Caribe Contigo single. The place was packed and the night was great fun. Check out their website to learn more about the band and their music at www.gregoriouribe.com.

    Gregorio Uribe Big Band

    Photo courtesy of Jairo Criollo.

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  • SPENGLISH is up and running

    Wednesday, July 14, 2010

    After two years of work, the shirts are here, the photoshoot went great and the Spenglish website is up and running. Go check it out!

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  • Nuela Restaurant

    Wednesday, June 30, 2010

    Following great anticipation, Nuela Restaurant is opening its doors. The Latin American cuisine restaurant is located in Chelsea and features dishes from all over South America. I had the pleasure of working with Chef Adam Schop in the design of the menus; graphic design that is. Go check out the restaurant, the food is amazing!

    Nuela Restaurant 

    Photos courtesy of Nuela, Jairo Criollo and The New York Times.

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  • SPENGLISH is on its way!

    Thursday, May 20, 2010

    We have been working in the development of the SPENGLISH brand for some time now. It is a wonderful t-shirt brand that represents the merging of the Latin American and North American cultures. Their shirts are graphic and humorous. Production is taking place in Lima, Peru where the shirts are made of 100% Pima Cotton. Below are some pictures of the progress being made.

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  • Celebrating 20 Years of Photos by Adriano Fagundes

    Saturday, May 15, 2010

    May 6th was the gallery opening of the exhibition, 20 years of Photographs by Adriano Fagundes, featuring the new brand identity and exhibition design we had been developing for him.

    The show features 20 years of his photos taken around the world, all for sale at great prices. All proceeds from the show will support the finalization of the Amazon project, a book initiative Adriano has been working on for some time.

    The book project features the people of the Amazon region; from the source of the Amazon river in Peru, all the way to the Atlantic Ocean, over 5000 km. down the river. The main focus is on the amazon people, how they live and work, and how they interact with their environment.

    The show is now up until June 1st @ Four11 Gallery, 411 3rd av, Brooklyn, NY. Go check it out!

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