Cover illustration and twenty eggs forExame magazine. Each egg inside the magazine represents a Portuguese district. Best locations for startups.
Municipal elections just around the corner stirs up the Portuguese political scene. Full page illustration in “Expresso” newspaper.
Several discriminatory acts carried out by police forces under analysis in “Expresso” newspaper.
Necessity is the mother of invention. As forest fires are an annual tragedy, a Portuguese inventor seeks a solution to combat fire. In Expresso newspaper.
Exposing the EDP (distributor and supplier of electricity in Portugal) Lobby in Portuguese government. Double page illustration in “Expresso” newspaper.
Altice formalized the proposal to buy “tvi” TV Station and the market goes nuts. Double page illustration in “Expresso” newspaper.
Some good news on Portugal’s economy comes from exports and tourism. Are these enough? Double page illustration in “Expresso” newspaper.
Spread illustration for Visão magazine. Portuguese communities around the world, in this case Canada and USA.
Portuguese people are still afraid to buy online. Studies show that portugal remains far below the European average.
Cover illustration and double page spread for “E Magazine”. Kim Jong Un and the most hated country in the world
Celebrating Miguel Cadete birthday, his friends offered him a nice surprise. A poster/cover of “Blitz” magazine with him as main subject.
Self-mutilation and death games are becoming popular among teenagers? Or is the stupid habit of one manipulating others (and always the weakest) speaking? Double page illustration for Expresso newspaper
Banks are masters at creating obstacles where the user loses money at all points. A game you’ll never win.
Cover illustration (collage) for Dinheiro&Direitos magazine. The banks have their own version of math. Not necessarily same as ours.
Double page spread illustration for history school book. The revolution of April 25. The end of dictatorship and the beginning of freedom as we know it.
Double page spread illustration for history school book. A classroom from the “Second Republic” 1933–1974.
Double page spread illustration for history school book. Portuguese army from XIII/XIV centuries.