This project is a collection of portraits organized in a little zine, as a list of book recommendations. It is part of my 2018 Inktober project, where I drew an author portrait per day during the whole month of October.
To access the pdf with the zine please follow this link.
I hope this inspires you to read something new from someone you hadn’t heard from before.
Cover illustration for Margaret Atwood’s book “The Handmaid’s Tale”. Personal project.
Richness in Diversity was an Erasmus+ project that trained young people on the topics of Diversity in European societies. It was organized by Swideas (Sweden), Yupi (Portugal) and Crossing Borders (Denmark) and brought together participants with mixed backgrounds that lived in the three countries.
These illustrations were created as part of the documentation process.
Packaging illustration for the homemade glögg “Solstråle Elixir”. Glögg is a Swedish drink, similar to spiced wine and typically drank around Christmas. AD by Bianca DiGiovanni.
As we can't have cats in our current apartment (too small) it was a matter of time before I've mentally mapped all the cats in our neighborhood, together with whether or not they allowed petting. This is the illustrated version.
1. Fat orange cat, always sleeping in the garden.
2. Black and white youngster. Runs from one safe space to another, can't be petted.
3. White Persian that has been groomed. Looks a little silly. Friendly.
4. Fluffy tabby that roams the woods. Very shy.
5. Stay-at-home tabby, always fighting cat number 6 for his territory.
6. Friendly orange tabby. Always looking for trouble. Likes being pet.
Bonus! Walk a little more, and you might find a very cute and friendly tricolor. Allows petting and will even show you her belly. Can't always be found.
A set of portraits commissioned by the Windy City Times newspaper for their upcoming LGBT coloring book. Represented here are the wonderful Rachel Carson, Billie-Jean King and Gladys Bentley.
Academic illustrations describing a young girl's morning routine.
Inspired by an old commission by Editora Positivo, I decided to remake these illustrations in a new, softer style.
Illustrations for textbooks and academical material, for kids ranging from 8 to 14 years old, as well as teenagers. These images are samples of my work for Publishing Houses Positivo, Moderna and Intersaberes.