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MSGM PRE FALL 2020 - ILLUSTRATION FOR #DRAWADOT

 

Illustration created for the latest Draw-A-Dot open call. A look from MSGM's 2020 Pre Fall season. It was inspired by CLAMP's Card Captor Sakura and all the magic elements are actually Gio Ponti designed items - tapestry, lamps, chandeliers, etc...  It was fun!

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QUARENTINE TIME - day I

So, that's it. Because of COVID-19, basically all the country is in quarentine. 
Our situation in Brazil is yet to be so dramatic and sad like it has been for our italian sisters and brothers. Yet, staying 15~30 days at home is not that easy. At least not under these circumstances.

My parents are 65+, which means I'll be probably the one going around for supermarket and drugstore items, which is ok... but otherwise everything is weird.

I still have work to do as a freelancer designer, but as everything is being postponed or cancelled, eventually there will be no more work to do.

Today I took my dog to the vet, worked, drawed a little bit, read a book and I must say I'm pretty bored.... And I guess it wouldn't feel that bad if I didn't know that going out is not an option.

Until today there were tons of worries about "what's gonna happen now?" towards my schedule...events and fairs... But now that things were officially  postponed, there are no worries about making lots of paper pieces in such small period of time.

Soooo, what are you guys doing with the your "free" quarentine time at home?


A doodle from this very first official day of quarentine. Inspired by a post of the japanese model and singer Mariya Nishiuchi. =)



The reading of the day was this book by Kazuo Ishiguro. I wonder how other countries' publications of this same book look like? Yeah, the book itself is great! But, look at this cover!! Here in Brazil, all of his books have gorgeous design!


Last but not least: paper jewelry work. And now knowing there is no hurry.



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