Bruna Schuch
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Zaireeka

Art Direction, Editorial, Print

A book that explores the relation between content and physical support through countless possibilities as a result of the way it is approached by the user. 
Its content was based on the album Zaireeka, from The Flaming Lips, which is divided in 4 discs that can be heard simultaneously or in any order.

The book is composed by a textual part, which presents the concept and history of Zaireeka, and an illustrated part, that represents the songs and was inspired by the structure of the album.

Winner of the Idea Brasil Award (2014) and the Prêmio Destaque TCC Award by ApDesign (2013).

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Four envelopes containing geometric drawings which represent the songs and are arranged in the same way as the discs in the album.

Four envelopes containing geometric drawings which represent the songs and are arranged in the same way as the discs in the album.

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The sheets can be overlapped freely, providing optical effects and multiple results. The cover has a compartment for the illustrated sheets and could be explored and personalised by the user.

The sheets can be overlapped freely, providing optical effects and multiple results. The cover has a compartment for the illustrated sheets and could be explored and personalised by the user.

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The texts are superimposed in Portuguese and English. For reading, there are two color filters that, when placed above the text, reveal the content in the desired language.

The texts are superimposed in Portuguese and English. For reading, there are two color filters that, when placed above the text, reveal the content in the desired language.

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 Final project in Visual Design at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), supervised by professor Dr. Airton Cattani.

Final project in Visual Design at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), supervised by professor Dr. Airton Cattani.