Bráulio Amado’s prolific output manages to blend highly agitated typography with warped and wonderful illustration styles, all within a framework of rigorous layout, concept, and communication. Originally from Portugal, Amado moved to New York to work for design consultancy Pentagram, then to Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, and finally advertising agency Weiden + Kennedy. Now with his own studio focused on illustration and design for cultural clients, his wildly diverse and constantly morphing work never fails to exude an overwhelming sense of joy.
Note: This Insights Design Lecture will not be live streamed.
Copresented by the Walker Art Center and AIGA Minnesota.