Azul De Corso is a freelance artist, graphic designer and illustrator. She works for clients as Pepsico, MTV, Nickelodeon,Vh1, Unilever, Creamfields, among others. She also worked as art director for editorials in Mexico and Argentina. She is correspondent of IdN magazine.
I have written of the exploits of young Argentinian designer Pablo Alfieri before but I happened upon his Behance portfolio this morning and was really impressed with some of the newer work I saw. He is just good at what he does.
A little more about him below:
“Pablo Alfieri is a graphic designer and illustrator born in 1982 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2002 he started the career of Graphic design in U.B.A. (University of Buenos Aires) when discovered his passion for design, illustration and typography. Since 2007 he has been working in RDYA Design Group, and in January of 2008 he created “Playful”, a showcase of his personal works, a free space where he plays and has fun with colors, typography and geometry shapes, the bases of his creative work.”
Bestial is a multidisciplinary studio established in the lovely city of Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2007. They have quickly amasses an attractive portfolio of work and our on the hunt for new projects to feed their creative hunger.
Argentinian designer Pablo Alfieri was kind enough to send in a link to his work and again he managed to touch that special place in my heart reserved for bright glowing colors in outerspace. I was rendered powerless with no other choice than to post his work.
I am always excited to find something interesting that isn’t in Europe or the U.S. So I was understandably excited when I discovered the Argentinian motion graphics firm Pepper Melon. They have some really crazy stuff going on in their portfolio and they have worked with some of the best and brightest in the motion industry. Their recent project for Universal Everything’s Advanced Beauty project yielded some pretty outrageous results.
There is some nice typography at Argentinian Watafak. Notice the r completing the e above, nice. I am curious though, is Watafak like some kind of one word version of what the…well you know.