Rita Peres Pereira   


ZANDRA RHODES: 50 FABULOUS YEARS IN FASHION

Zandra Rhodes provides a luscious documentary of this leading British designer, spanning her 50-year career in fashion and textile design. The book showcases not only Rhodes’s work but also her vivid personality and creative energy. Both a fashion trailblazer and a consummate textile designer, she has influenced the work of contemporary labels such as Mary Katrantzou and Alice Temperley. The book honors the centrality of textile design in Rhodes’s work, while exploring the versatility of her imagination throughout her long career.


Hardback, 208 pages
295 x 205 mm
Yale University Press

CAS SERIES: DAAN ROOSENGAARDE

The first monograph on the indefatigable explorer of relationships between people, technology, and environmental issues.


Paperback, 160 pages
290 x 250 mm
Phaidon Press

Original concept — Melanie Mues

THE LIGHT PRACTICE

Design proposal for The Light Practice, a Melbourne-based yoga studio. The identity references Bruce Nauman’s ‘One Hundred Live and Die’. The logotype resembles a neon sign and plays with the ideas of light/dark, swithcing on/off, breathing in/out. The print collateral and app also allude to the same artwork making use of repetition and world play.


Work produced at Two Create Studio

UNIVERSE: EXPLORING THE ASTRONOMICAL WORLD

Universe: Exploring the Astronomical World is a groundbreaking survey that celebrates the popular subject of astronomy through 300 images created by those who have tried to understand — or who have been inspired by — the beauty and mystery of stars, planets, and beyond.


Hardback, 352 pages
290 x 250 mm
Phaidon Press

Cover Design — Julia Hasting and Hans Stofregen
Design Concept — Hans Stofregen




LEE LOZANO: NOT WORKING

Lee Lozano: Not Working is the firts in-depth study of the idiosyncratic ten‑year career of Lee Lozano (1930-99), assuring this important artist a key place in histories of post‑war art.
The book charts the entirety of Lozano’s production in 1960’s New York, from her raucous drawings depicting broken tools, genitalia, and body parts to the final exhibition of her abstract ‘Wave Paitings’ at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1970.


Hardback, 192 pages
254 x 178 mm
Yale University Press

BEAUTY BRANDS

New brand and concept design for Beauty Brands, an american salon/spa beauty retailer. The complete system includes the brand’s identity, packaging, retail signage and graphics, stationery and campaign photography.


Art Direction — Catarina Pereira
Campaign Photography — Matthew Sprout

Work produced at Kiku Obata & Company

SCULPTURE CITY

Sculpture City Saint Louis 2014 was a year-long initiative to draw attention to the presence sculpture has in the landscape of the St. Louis region. Organized as part of this initiative was Monument/Anti-Monument, an international conference for artists, historians, curators, architects and other experts to share global perspectives on sculpture and its relationship to place.


Art Direction — Catarina Pereira

Work produced at Kiku Obata & Company

BEHOLDER

Identity and website design for Beholder. Established in 2013, Beholder collects and sells items for domestic and commercial interiors.


Art Direction — Stuart Hammersley
Website Development — Le Collective

Work produced at Give Up Art

WOODSTOCK: THREE DAYS OF PEACE AND MUSIC


Woodstock: Three Days of Peace and Music is an independent publication that, through the metaphor ‘a day in the life’, aims at capturing the essence and aura of the Woodstock Music & Art Fair of 1969.


Independent publication, 32 pages
220 x 295 mm

With Ana Teodoro, Rita Parente

THE NUCLEAR CULTURE SOURCE BOOK

The Nuclear Culture Source Book
serves as an excellent resource and introduction to nuclear culture as one of the most prominent themes within contemporary art and society, exploring the diverse ways in which post-Fukushima society has influenced artistic and cultural production.


Edited by Ele Carpenter
Paperback, 208 pages
250 x 118 mm
Black Dog Publishing, Bildmuseet and Arts Catalyst