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Fooling around with Adobe Illustrator…

Fooling around with Adobe Illustrator…

Typographic Illustration for a T-Shirt

Typographic Illustration for a T-Shirt

Reposting, yet again, this mockup, soon to be printed on an actual t-shirt. I just found out that this girl is in fact Dolly Read, a famous bunny and playmate,

Reposting, yet again, this mockup, soon to be printed on an actual t-shirt. I just found out that this girl is in fact Dolly Read, a famous bunny and playmate,

To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.

Henri Cartier-Bresson, The Minds Eye

(via life)

Poster for the ficticious release of the What the Hell? game with the dates of the presentation. The poster features me playing Luci Lusbelli, AKA Lucifer, one of the game’s main villians. This poster was part of the assignment for the final presentation of the class project and was also made with colleagues Luiza Magajewski and William Flores.

Poster for the ficticious release of the What the Hell? game with the dates of the presentation. The poster features me playing Luci Lusbelli, AKA Lucifer, one of the game’s main villians. This poster was part of the assignment for the final presentation of the class project and was also made with colleagues Luiza Magajewski and William Flores.

A remake of a previous post, with a mockup of a t-shirt print, now with the golden details added.

A remake of a previous post, with a mockup of a t-shirt print, now with the golden details added.

If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.
Robert Capa (via life)
Dean Martin in this vintage themed t-shirt mockup.

Dean Martin in this vintage themed t-shirt mockup.

Yet another t-shirt, featuring the lovely Rita Hayworth.

Yet another t-shirt, featuring the lovely Rita Hayworth.

For no reason, other than to kill time, I decided to vector draw a shark on Adobe Illustrator.

For no reason, other than to kill time, I decided to vector draw a shark on Adobe Illustrator.

Five A4 panels made as an assingment for a Typographt class. They were summaries of five texts avaliable in Prof. Carlos Righi’s site on the History of Type. Each text covered a period in history, from prehistory to the 20th Century. The only restriction Prof. Righi made was that the panels contained only typographical elements. Each panel was mad with graphical elements of the period in question, applied on a texture and fonts representative of the period and with as well as keywords forming a “tagcloud” in the center.

The result of a rainy sunday afternoon was this poster, a rehash of a concert poster of two of my favorite bands, the Stone Temple Pilots and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, with minimalist pin-ups drawn by me based on stock illustrations. The chosen font was Chunk Five, by The League of Moveable Type.

The result of a rainy sunday afternoon was this poster, a rehash of a concert poster of two of my favorite bands, the Stone Temple Pilots and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, with minimalist pin-ups drawn by me based on stock illustrations. The chosen font was Chunk Five, by The League of Moveable Type.

Fooling around with Adobe Illustrator…

Fooling around with Adobe Illustrator…

Typographic Illustration for a T-Shirt

Typographic Illustration for a T-Shirt

Reposting, yet again, this mockup, soon to be printed on an actual t-shirt. I just found out that this girl is in fact Dolly Read, a famous bunny and playmate,

Reposting, yet again, this mockup, soon to be printed on an actual t-shirt. I just found out that this girl is in fact Dolly Read, a famous bunny and playmate,

To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.

Henri Cartier-Bresson, The Minds Eye

(via life)

Poster for the ficticious release of the What the Hell? game with the dates of the presentation. The poster features me playing Luci Lusbelli, AKA Lucifer, one of the game’s main villians. This poster was part of the assignment for the final presentation of the class project and was also made with colleagues Luiza Magajewski and William Flores.

Poster for the ficticious release of the What the Hell? game with the dates of the presentation. The poster features me playing Luci Lusbelli, AKA Lucifer, one of the game’s main villians. This poster was part of the assignment for the final presentation of the class project and was also made with colleagues Luiza Magajewski and William Flores.

A remake of a previous post, with a mockup of a t-shirt print, now with the golden details added.

A remake of a previous post, with a mockup of a t-shirt print, now with the golden details added.

If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.
Robert Capa (via life)
Dean Martin in this vintage themed t-shirt mockup.

Dean Martin in this vintage themed t-shirt mockup.

Yet another t-shirt, featuring the lovely Rita Hayworth.

Yet another t-shirt, featuring the lovely Rita Hayworth.

For no reason, other than to kill time, I decided to vector draw a shark on Adobe Illustrator.

For no reason, other than to kill time, I decided to vector draw a shark on Adobe Illustrator.

Five A4 panels made as an assingment for a Typographt class. They were summaries of five texts avaliable in Prof. Carlos Righi’s site on the History of Type. Each text covered a period in history, from prehistory to the 20th Century. The only restriction Prof. Righi made was that the panels contained only typographical elements. Each panel was mad with graphical elements of the period in question, applied on a texture and fonts representative of the period and with as well as keywords forming a “tagcloud” in the center.

The result of a rainy sunday afternoon was this poster, a rehash of a concert poster of two of my favorite bands, the Stone Temple Pilots and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, with minimalist pin-ups drawn by me based on stock illustrations. The chosen font was Chunk Five, by The League of Moveable Type.

The result of a rainy sunday afternoon was this poster, a rehash of a concert poster of two of my favorite bands, the Stone Temple Pilots and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, with minimalist pin-ups drawn by me based on stock illustrations. The chosen font was Chunk Five, by The League of Moveable Type.

"To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy."
"If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough."

About:

Alexandre Aimbiré is a Graphic Design undergrad student, casual bassist, ocasional guitarrist and ex-smoker who is currently living and working as a webdesigner and front-end developer in Florianópolis, Brazil.

Here you can find some works produced in school, in his free time and the result of freelance jobs, as well as other random things that he thinks are worth seeing.

Contact: alexvickers@gmail.com - @vickersvickers

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