Dark Silence In Suburbia

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Eduardo Recife

Client: Hotel Emiliano. Project: Book Illustration. This project won a "Cannes Lions Gold" in 2011.  (2011)

Client: New York Magazine. Project: Wedding Special Issue. (2011)

Client: The New York Times. Project: Illustration for Book Review (2011)

Client: Mayhen and Press. Project: Book cover for their new release of "A Dark Dividing".  (2011)

Client: Pocko. Project: Signature/ Postcard for self-promotion. (2011)

Client: Urban Golf. Project: Several big Illustrations to be printed on the Walls of Urban Golf in London. (2010)

Client: Best Fashion Magazine. Project: Interpretation of Parfume Bleu. (2010)

Client: Verde Magazine. Project: Illustrations for 3 magazine articles about Culinary. (2010)

Client: ENI. Project: Illustration for ENI's Enizyme project. (2010)

Client: The New York Times. Project: Cover Illustration for article: Generation OMG (Recession Youth)  (2009)

Client: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Project: Book Jacket "Remarkable Creatures" (2009)

Client: MAG Magazine. Project: Illustration for magazine article "A origem do riso" (2009)

Client: Upper Playground. Project: Graphics for their 2008 Collection (2008)

Client: Panic! At the Disco. Project: Tshirt Layouts for 06 Tour. (2006)

Client: HBO. Project: Illustration Stills for "Assume the Position". (2006)

Client: Burton Snowboards. Project: Tshirts for several seasons. (2006)

Client: Sirena / Comissioned by F / Nazca. Project: Image to be projected on a wall outside Sirena. (2005)

EDUARDO RECIFE is an artist/illustrator, graphic designer, and typographer from Brazil. He is the man behind Misprinted Type, a well known website focusing on his personal works (collages and drawings) and his world wide famous typefaces. Recife's clients include such notable media outlets as The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, HBO, Showtime and several others. I think old graphics were unbelievably more beautiful than what we have today. It was more poetic, and the colors were more attractive. Throughout my whole life I've liked old stuff. When I was younger, I used to get worn clothes and shoes from my older cousins, and I loved it! Even today, I am really fond of vintage (second-hand) t-shirts, etc. Besides all this, I think that the vintage, worn look gives a sensation it was touched by the hands of time or by the artist. Somehow clean lines from the computer bother me, because it feels so cold and mechanical.



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