My last covers as Art Director of GQ Brasil #09 (December 2011), featuring Men of The Year awards. Selton Mello was the cover for newsstands, photographed in São Paulo by Mauricio Nahas (one of the best ones I’ve worked with during my consultancy at GQ). I think there is too much text on int, what reduces the impact of a special issue suck as Men Of The Year, but it was a editorial decision. The other cover, with Isabeli Fontana photographed by Vincent Peters, was only for subscribers. In that case the board decided to remove all the other headlines. Both were printed with gold pantone.
Cover of GQ Brasil #08 (November 2011). Grazi photographed by J.R. Duran, in São Paulo. In my opinion, the best cover I’ve done at GQ. Grazi is naturally beautiful and spontaneus, and I think this can be perceived on the photo shooting. It’s a doble cover (with gate folder), but it works perfectly only with the front cover.
Cover of GQ Brasil #08 (November 2011). Grazi photographed by J.R. Duran, in São Paulo. In my opinion, the best cover I’ve done at GQ. Grazi is naturally beautiful and spontaneus, and I think this can be perceived on the photo shooting. It’s a doble cover, but it works perfectly only with the front cover (above).
Cover of GQ Brasil #07 (October 2011). Fernanda Lima photographed by Edu Rezende, in Rio. Gorgeous portrait with red background. Very easy to spot at newsstands!
I’m very pleased to have the chance to break the word Fernanda in 3 lines, her name was too long to fit in one. I think it’s better to have it like this, instead of having it in a smaller type size. Yet, it doesn’t compromise the reading at all.
Cover of GQ Brasil #06 (September 2011). Wagner Moura photographed by Bob Wolfenson, in Rio. The way Wagner holds his head resulted in a strong and unusual portrait, he is very good with gestures and expressions. The leather jacket makes a perfect match for this scene.
The double cover (with folder) of GQ Brasil #05 (July 2011), and the animated cover for the iPad.
Cover of GQ Brasil #05 (July 2011). Alinne Moraes was photographed by Fabio Bartelt. A double cover for our second cover with woman, very elegante and provocative.
Cover for the forth issue of GQ Brasil (June 2011). Cauã Reymond was photographed by Daniel Klajmic. Strong portrait and white background, to make a contrast with the previous cover (Cesar Cielo).
Cover for the third issue of GQ Brasil (May 2011). Cesar Cielo was photographed by Maurício Nahas at the swimming pool of Unique hotel, in São Paulo.
At my point of view, the best cover we´ve done so far. It was the coldest day of the year, but Cielo made ir thorough the hole afternoon inside the swimming pool, and still in good mood. Congrats to Nahas for capturing the exact moment the water splashed in Cielo´s chest (and thanks to Nahas’ assistant for generating the waves!).
Cover for the second issue of GQ Brasil (April 2011). Styling inspired in Tintim, photographed by J.R.Duran.
I enjoyed the result, the construction of the elements resulted in a strong and unusual cover. Tiago Leifert was great at the photo-shooting, althought he is not an actor or model, he was very natural and confident.
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