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MESSAGE TO
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INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE
ISSUE # 10
January - February 2008
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W elcome to 2008.
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last year we can’t do so
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.Adhemas Batista showing different ways to always welcome. Don’t forget
.Patrick Boyer
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.Rott Magazine (Ukraine)
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ADHEMAS BATISTA:
“...I SELL COLORS”

ADHEMAS BATISTA
Brazilian living in Los Angeles - U.S.
www.adhemas.com
December 2007
By Nelson Medina
nelson@publicistas.org
© all images by Adhemas Batista
H ello
Adhemas
and thanks
and father of 2 wonder-
ful kids, a boy 5 years
old and a girl almost 3.
majority of your
artwork?
I remember
that your work
won in El Ojo de
for taking the I am self-taught, started I am living in Los Ange- Iberoamerica
time to do this my career doing web- les, working as freelanc- 2005 as best
interview. sites and cd-roms in july er, I do everything from website for
of 1996, working with my home. “Havaianas”.
Can you my brother and learning Please, tell us
introduce tools. Since this year I’ve
What inspired the story of
yourself to help being working for small
and affected that project and
people who and big brand names
you most how did you get
aren’t familiar such as Havaianas, Ab-
for being a involved.
solut Vodka, Coca-Cola,
with you? designer?
Microsoft, Rexona, Re- Havaianas was the proj-
I started my passion for nault and others. Colors, strong and vi- ect that brought me to
colors in my fifteens, brant colors, I love ev- the world, and I am so
strong and vibrant col- Where are you erything colorful, even proud to have won the
ors. Today I am 27 years located? Where in my life outside of Gold Medal of El Ojo de
old, brazilian, married do you do the computer. Iberoamerica. I worked
for AlmapBBDO, as interac- direction for the website, What is a typical Can you please
tive art director and I was in- was a long process but very day in your life tell us about your
vited to make a proposition exciting. like? working space?
for the website. Mine was What do we see
one of 3 ideas for the web-
What other Nothing special, like a nor- on Adhemas’
site, the sketch idea was
projects did mal father does, I start walls and his
very simple, a big screen
you made for working around 9am, get desk? Can you
with navigation between dif-
Havaianas? lunch around 1pm. After I show us a print
ferent themes and believe or go get my soon at school your computer’s
not I did all black and white. I made some posters and a and be back to work until 9 desktop?
After the client choose my prototype for a vending ma- - 10pm.
direction I made all illustra- chine adhesive. It’s a mess that I always try
tions, compositions and art to organize without success.
ADHEMAS’ COOL WORKPLACE
I got a lot of toys, 2 displays and How do you define
a mac pro tower. yourself in terms of
artistic skills and
Any advice for other personality?
artists, beginners and
experienced alike? I like to think that I am a creative
bureau, sort of. Somebody who
Work hard. Always push your- could solve a visual briefing with
self to beyond the boundaries, my style and skills.
be humble but aggressive.
How do you define
The theme of our your personal style?
past issue was
“Industrial”. What Colorful, vibrant.
does this word means
to you? Is there any
project to share
This word reminds me a big fac- with the friends of
tory where people have to work Revolutionart?
late, being stressed and very
sad with their jobs. Too much I’ll have a lot to share soon I as!
competition and unfair deals. hope, right now I am working for hem
u Ad
a worldwide advertising cam-
yo
paign for Rexona. ank
Th
MESSAGE TO THE WORLD
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- issue 10 Guenda - Italy
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PATRICK BOYER
INTERVIEW
PATRICK BOYER
Canada
www.urbancowboy.net
December 2007
By Nelson Medina
nelson@publicistas.org
© all images by Patrick Boyer
First off, Can you
tell us a short bit
about yourself?
Sure thing, I’m 32-year-old de-
signer living in Montreal, who
loves to travel the world and get
inspired by new experiences. I
don’t own a car, I can’t juggle…
but when drunk I can talk French
and do a knarly river dance.

How did you first


become interested
in art and design?
I’ve always been interested in
the arts, but before it was more
centered on writing, photogra-
phy and journalism. I used to
publish a free magazine and actu-
ally hired a designer because the
thought of doing the layout and
design was foreign to me. Things
shifted gradually when I learnt Flash
and Photoshop and we canned our
graphic artist.

How did you get


interested in graphic
design?
I never planed to be a GD, it sor-
ta came together from working on
various projects as a photographer
& other things. Now that it’s been
a few years, I should soon come to
terms with it.

How do you choose


colors for your
spectacular works?
Well, I do work in the fashion in-
dustry so I’m aware of color trends
and all that fancy stuff, but really
it usually comes down to what’s
fun to play with. There is no from a sunset over a church
formula. I think what colors that would make an amazing
would best help create the photo / design to a used copy
mood, attitude and atmo- of vice magazine in a friends
sphere. washroom. I think keeping a
rich life is ultra important for
any creative profession, so
getting immersed in life will
What are your help keep you inspired.
personal favorite
effects, typo,
techniques and
plugins? What was your
favorite works
I don’t really use plugins, and clients?
but I love playing with filters,
contrast and saturation. I It always changes, and per-
guess all the tools you would haps when I’ve been im-
incorporate as a photogra- mersed in certain roles for
pher, and lets not forget how a while, like doing an illus-
wonderful camera RAW is. tration series, then a client/
project that’s totally differ-
ent, like art directing a pho-
HOW do you define toshot, then that project
your personal will then becomes my new-
style and where est gem. Of course I’ll say I
your inspiration love client who give the most
creative boundaries, but it’s
comes from? also great to work with oth-
er art directors who are go-
Inspiration is everywhere,
ing to steer you in directions
you may not have discovered
yet. What projects are
you currently
working on?
What personal
experiences have I’m working on a few local
influenced your contracts, more so for friends
art to sway in a that I know who are start-
certain direction? ing their own business. I’m
also working on Intimissimi
I remember when Flash ar- from Italy, and brushing up
rived in the spot light, it on some of my photography
changes my approach to de- skills. I’ve recently hooked up
sign in a big way. I was re- with a fashion core based out
ally centered on creating of Sweden/UK. So hopefully
vivid flash sites with much more work based in Eurpoe
animation. That soon shifted within the fashion industry.
towards vector illustrations
and characters for magazine
work. Now I’ve been return-
What are your
ing to doing more photogra- favorite tools for
phy, which has changes my designing?
direction into more of a col-
lage design style. As of late, My head, a glass or two of
I’ve been doing more draw- wine/whisky (bottles on
ing and painting, so we’ll see some occasions) and endless
how that influences my de- supply of dark coffee.
sign in the near future.
Do you have The current
any particular issue is “Message
career plans To The World”.
for the future? What could be
your message?
Living in Montreal means
a usual transition due to Do it cause you love it,
the harsh winters. I’m and the rewards will be
thinking of heading over endless.
to Buenos Aires for the
winter and experienc-
ing the design culture THANK YOU PAT !
in South America. As for
work, who really knows,
it’s usually random and
unpredictable. One thing
about being an indepen-
dent designer is that you
have to be open to go
where-ever your heart of
work calls you.
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