Música de Chuteiras

Flávia Nalon

Música de Chuteiras (the sound of Soccer Cleats) was an exhibition about music related to World Cups, from national anthems to popular songs, of both international and Brazilian production. The design gives the songs form and spatial presence, as if people were singing them. In order to achieve that, the text was modulated like a football crowd in a stadium, setting each line of text very close to each other on an irregular path. Exhibition design by Álvaro Razuk and Isa Gebara.

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    Flávia Nalon, Brazil (2013)

    Flávia Nalon graduated as architect at the Universidade de São Paulo (FAU-USP), in Brazil, and completed a Master of Arts in Communication Design at the University of Applied Sciences Mainz...

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    Música de Chuteiras (the sound of Soccer Cleats) was an exhibition about music related to World Cups, from national anthems to popular songs, of both international and Brazilian production. The design gives the songs form and spatial presence, as if people were singing them. In order to achieve that, the text was modulated like a football crowd in a stadium, setting each line of text very close to each other on an irregular path. Exhibition design by Álvaro Razuk and Isa Gebara.

    • Client:

    • SESC – The Social Service of Commerce
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    • Details:

    • Flyer
    • Interface
    • Layout
    • Logo
    • Print
    • Product
    • Supergraphics
    Flávia Nalon, Brazil (2013)

    Flávia Nalon graduated as architect at the Universidade de São Paulo (FAU-USP), in Brazil, and completed a Master of Arts in Communication Design at the University of Applied Sciences Mainz (FH Mainz), in Germany. In 2003 she founded with Fábio Prata ps.2 arquitetura + design, a studio in São Paulo that creates and develops graphic design projects for both print and digital media. The studio is mainly involved on projects for clients within the cultural field: visual identity, environmental and exhibition graphics, wayfinding, editorial design and websites. Their work has been published, exhibited and awarded internationally. Ps.2 is the ‘studio of the year’ at the Latin American Design Awards. Flávia teaches, gives talks and workshops regularly.

    Exhibitions

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    ISTD International Typographic Awards Exhibition

    2014

    Rooftop Foyer, De La Warr Pavilion, East Sussex

    AGI Posters International Exhibition

    2014

    Museu da Língua Portuguesa, São Paulo

    Brazil’s 10th Graphic Design Biennial

    2013

    Memorial da América Latina, São Paulo

    III Bienal Ibero-americana de Design

    2012

    Central de Diseño del Complejo Cultural Matadero Madrid, Madrid

    Conversões: Criação/ Mídia/ Linguagem

    2009

    Senac, São Paulo

    Um Cartaz para São Paulo

    2009

    Centro Maria Antônia, São Paulo

    Connexions><Conexões

    2009

    Sesc Pompéia, São Paulo

    Poster Festival Ljubljana ’09

    2009

    National Gallery of Slovenia, Ljubljana

    Creative Art Session

    2008

    Kawasaki City Museum, Kawasaki

    Brazil’s 9th Graphic Design Biennial

    2008

    Memorial da América Latina, São Paulo

    Brazil’s 8th Graphic Design Biennial

    2006

    Memorial da América Latina, São Paulo

    Brésil à l’Affiche

    2005

    Les silos - Maison du livre et de l'affiche, Chaumont

    Brazil’s 7th Graphic Design Biennial

    2004

    Memorial da América Latina, São Paulo

    Education

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    Vernacular Type: An Experimental Graphic Reading of the Spontaneous

    • Undergraduate

    2001 – 2002

    • FAU – USP (Brazil)

    Research, documentation and graphic experimentation about the existing vernacular typography in the city of São Paulo, valuing the spontaneity and visual opulence contained in this form of expression. Tracing a parallel between the text “Manuelzão e Miguilim”, by Brazilian writer Guimarães Rosa, and the vision of the metropolis’ inhabitant, the result is a book divided in two main parts: type documentation and the free experimentation based on these images.

    Gut zum Druck

    • Postgraduate

    2011 – 2012

    • University of Applied Sciences Mainz (Germany)

    Having as central issue the emergence of typographic principles and how they can be interpreted, an extensive research gathers thoughts, statements, theories and rules about typography, as well as images of recent works. On the online tool, texts and images are placed side by side and can be sorted by means of different criteria, allowing the analysis of contemporary graphic design from the typographic principles perspective.

    Lectures

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    25º N Design

    (2015)

    • 25º N Design – Faculdades Integradas Rio Branco, São Paulo, Brazil

    Entrevista Aberta ps.2 arquitetura + design

    (2015)

    • Escola Livre at Itaú Cultural, Brazil

    AGI Congress São Paulo

    (2014)

    • AGI Congress São Paulo, Brazil

    Agencies

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    Awards

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    • 2014

    ISTD International Typographic Awards
    • 2013

    Brazil’s 10th Graphic Design Biennial
    • 2012

    III Bienal Ibero-americana de Design
    • 2011

    red dot award: communication design
    • 2011

    Designpreis Deutschland
    • 2010

    best of the best at the red dot award: communication design
    • 2010

    Designpreis Deutschland 2011
    • 2010

    First prize on the Text Book category of the 20th Brazilian Graphic Excellence Award Fernando Pini; São Paulo, Brazil
    • 2009

    red dot award: communication design
    • 2009

    Poster Festival Ljubljana ‘09, as part of the 4ª Bienal de Artes Visuais
    • 2008

    Brazil’s 9th Graphic Design Biennial
    • 2006

    Brazil’s 8th Graphic Design Biennial
    • 2004

    4th Max Feffer Grafic Design Award
    • 2004

    Brazil’s 7th Graphic Design Biennial

    Other Professional Activities

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    • Jury – Poster Contest of the 27th editions of the Prêmio Design Museu da Casa Brasileira; São Paulo, Brazil

      – 2013