Poster Tupigrafia 1

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Faithful reproduction of the poster originally spread for the limited edition of Tupigrafia. 2000-2020 Anthology. The four-handed work by Luca Barcellona and Claudio Rocha, made with typographical printing and calligraphic inserts, is the first in a series of three posters.

30 × 42 cm
Paper Fedrigoni Arena Natural Rough 170 g
First edition September 2021

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    Claudio Rocha and Tony de Marco founded “Tupigrafia” magazine at the beginning of the millennium in São Paulo and have been working on it ever since. They are editorial designers and have always been a reference point for visual artists, communicators, researchers, teachers, calligraphers, street writers and typographers in Brazil. They created “Tupigrafia” because they wanted to have fun with letterforms and stay in touch with like-minded readers, exchanging ideas and experiences on the typographic scene. Their surprising and unconventional magazine has always reflected the state of typographic arts and lettering in Brazil and around the world.

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    Design and curatorship by Claudio Rocha and Tony de Marco
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    Claudio Rocha and Tony de Marco founded “Tupigrafia” magazine at the beginning of the millennium in São Paulo and have been working on it ever since. They are editorial designers and have always been a reference point for visual artists, communicators, researchers, teachers, calligraphers, street writers and typographers in Brazil. They created “Tupigrafia” because they wanted to have fun with letterforms and stay in touch with like-minded readers, exchanging ideas and experiences on the typographic scene. Their surprising and unconventional magazine has always reflected the state of typographic arts and lettering in Brazil and around the world.

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