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Hi There, Textile Design Bachelor Degree - Chelsea College of Art and Design in London (2012 - 2015) Graphic DesignBachelor Degree - FAAP University in São Paulo, Brazil. (2007 - 2011) You can check my work at www.analopes.co.uk and @ananas_ink Thank youLocked Pro Plan feature
Responsible for designing the digital printed design artworks and other digital textile techniques (ie embroidery/laser cut), overseeing any graphics/computer design related projects and printed garment production tasks.
Hand drawing designs/layout inspired on trends and traditional prints.
Textile and Print Designer assistant.
Colouring the designs using Illustrator, general helper.
Follow up – responsible for the communication between the factories in China and client. Research and product development.
Internship in graphic design focused on web development: banners, wallpapers, advertisement, etc.
My final design project is focused on funny connections about my childhood dreams - and as a grown up too - and my life in London. Inspired by the environment, animals, colours, art, etc, my particular infinite is an invitation to this hybrid world full of amusing creatures. From the floor to the walls, the surreal world presents itself as a simply and comfortable interior design space containing textures, sizes and shapes that connect between them, thereby involving the audience. Our imagination is our cage with no boundaries. We can expand it, get lost in it and we can also find endless possibilities. Its infinite and its ours. In order to build this small universe it was necessary to understand and observe the possibilities to translate a feeling into something graphic, into a story, a character, marks, patterns and environments. The temporary suspension of reality, Particular Infinite is a way to connect people with stories and wonder in order to forget the outside hostile world for a while. http://www.chelseatextiledesign.org/2015/degreeshow/?author=232
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