KulturRevolution in Portugal

Rico Lins was invited to participate in the exhibition “How to pronounce design in Portuguese: Brazil today”, with cover projects for KulturRevolution magazine.

The exhibition took place at the MUDE (Museum of Design and Fashion) in Lisbon, Portugal.

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31 de outubro de 2017

Places en Relation: Av. Paulista / Território transitório

A ação ocorrida no domingo, 29/10, faz parte do projeto internacional do designer francês Ruedi Baur (Institut Civic City) com concepção e realização de Rico Lins e Kiko Farkas e direção de vídeo de Leonardo Brant. Trata-se de uma cartografia afetiva da cidade registrando em vídeo e localizando em um grande mapa móvel os percursos e relatos de quem faz esta praça provisória acontecer, misto de ocupação, lazer e exercício de cidadania a ser apresentada no Thêàtre St Gervais, em Genève. O projeto integra as atividades da Bienal de Arquitetura de São Paulo e conta com apoio do programa «COINCIDÊNCIA» Intercâmbios culturais Suíça-América do Sul, da Fundação suíça para a cultura Pro Helvetia. 

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Selected projects for Brazilian biennial

We are honored to announce that some of the projects of Rico Lins + Studio were selected for the 12th Brazilian Biennial of Graphic Design!

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Mestres da Obra – The Book

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OSCIP (Civil Society Public Interest Organization) Mestres da Obra tells its story since conception until recent projects, in this book with graphic project by Rico Lins +Studio. The work made with construction workers, in order to show artistic and creative abilities inside construction sites, and to promote the integration, self confidence and aesthetic sense through music, theater and visual arts is presented trough this book, that will be launched on march 29th, at Itau Cultural.

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Jazz na Fábrica

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Rio 2016 Poster

Rico Lins produced one of the 15 official posters of Rio 2016 Olympic Games, along with 12 other artists.
The opening of exhibition was on 12 July at the Museum of Tomorrow in Rio.

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Serrote Magazine

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Issue 23 of Serrote was lauched during FLIP 2016 – 14th Paraty International Literary Festival. Rico Lins illustrated cover and Jean-Paul Sartre’s text describing his experience with mescaline.

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Design Dialogue: Poland Brazil

From June 4th to July 3rd 2016 the exhibition “Design Dialogue: Poland Brazil” brings together historical and contemporary posters from Brazil and Poland at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio. Rico Lins is part of a select group of five Brazilian graphic designers from each country invited to create two posters each one addressing the relationship between the two nations. Curated by Ewa Solarz, Gabriel Patrocínio and Magda Kochanowska and also with the participation of the Muzeum Plakatu Warsaw. Besides these twenty posters, a show of iconic product designs from both countries complete this unprecedented cultural dialogue that will also be shown at the Republic National Museum in Brasilia in November. A special edition of this series of silkscreened posters is available for sale.

The complete list of participants is composed by Rico Lins, Fabio Lopez, Great Circular, Studio Spring, Bruno Porto, Robert Czajka, Małgorzata Gurowska, Marta Ignerska, Dawid Ryski and Tymek Jezierski (posters) and Vzor designers, Furf Design, Agnieszka Bar Jader Almeida, Alicja Patanowska, Holaria, Kosmos Project, Sergio Matos, Zieta Prozessdesign and Sundays Tótora (products).

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KulturRevolution Magazine

“Antagonism” is the central theme of the most recent issue of the German magazine KulturRevolution (june 2016), for which we created dozens of covers since 1982. Depicted in the Syrian flag colors, the cover reveals a refugees exodus photo in negative. A series of black-and-white images were created for the issue’s inside pages.

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