São Paulo

The illustrator Andrés Sandoval shows us the nooks and crannies of the largest Brazilian city.  

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War

It arises like a whispered disease and builds on hate, ambition and fear. It cannot hear nor see, still less feel; though, it crushes and silences.

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So Grown Up

There was once an ever-growing girl. She grew so much that, at a certain point, it turned into a problem... 

 

 

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Moving

Packing your suitcase and leaving might be tough. This is a visual narrative about what gets lost and what can get found when taking a journey into the unknown is the only thing to do.

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Dream

A series of events launches a man into the jungle, the space, the sea, through islands and volcanos, until the moment he reaches a strange house in the desert... 

 

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The Cloud

One day, the wind vanished into thin air and a cloud set in the sky, right above a road. And there it stood, absolutely still, day in day out...

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Disagreement

Disagreement is a visual narrative on the polarisation of opinions in the modern world and the necessity of building bridges of understanding that will helps us to live in community.

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Jorge Reis-Sá

He wrote António Lobo Antunes, the love for beautiful things (or at least the ones I consider beautiful), of the Great Portuguese Lives collection, a Pato Lógico and INCM co-edition.

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Nicolau

Illustrator of the biography António Lobo Antunes, the love for beautiful things (or at least the ones I consider beautiful), of the Great Portuguese Lives collection.

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António Torrado

Author of Azeredo Perdigão, a happy meeting, from the collection Great Portuguese lives, a co-edition Pato Lógico/INCM.

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Boat

Digigraphy of an illustration from the title If I were a book, limited series and signed by the author André Letria.

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Autumn

A man is influenced by the inexorable passage of time, while leaves fall from a tree. Sitting in a garden bench, he does not act, but thinks. What about?

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Luís Almeida Martins

Journalist, writer, translator and screenwriter, he is, at Pato Lógico, the author of Alexandre Serpa Pinto, the lost Africa dreamer, of the collection Great Portuguese Lives.

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Quito

Roger Ycaza, illustrator that lives in Quito, guides us through his city.

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Lighthouse

Digigraphy of an illustration from the title Sea, limited series and signed by the author André Letria.

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Net

Digigraphy of an illustration from the title Sea, limited series and signed by the author André Letria.

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Melting

Winters are always too long. Springs should arrive earlier.

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Lamp

Digigraphy of an illustration from the title If I were a book, limited series and signed by the author André Letria.

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Ana Seixas

Illustrator and designer, Ana Seixas is the author of Viseu, from the collection My city.

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Andrés Sandoval

The illustrator and graphic artist is the author of São Paulo, the newest title from the collection My City.

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Carolina Celas

She illustrated Caretos e Coretos. Tradições Populares de Portugal, a book published by Imprensa Nacional and Museu Casa da Moeda, with editorial coordination and design by Pato Lógico.

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José Fanha

Author of Alfredo Keil, our country first, from the collection Great Portuguese lives, a co-edition Pato Lógico/INCM.

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