Time to feature another talented infographic and editorial designer from Brazil -and a good friend of ours -, São Paulo-based Rodolfo França. Rodolfo graduated in Marketing before discovering his true passion, when he joined the team of BIZZ, a late music magazine published by Editora Abril.
After that initial experience, Rodolfo headed out to London, where he ended up assuming the art direction of an English-Brazilian magazine called Jungle Drums. Back in Brazil, and after a brief passage by Trip Editora in 2008 Rofolfo joins the the team of the recently launched Época São Paulo magazine. He spent there two years, after which he decided to move on, and freelance for several magazines like National Geographic, Runner’s World, INFO Exame, Superinteressante, Playboy, and also for the O Estado de São Paulo newspaper.
In 2011, he was part of the team that launched GQ Brasil, by Edições Globo Condé Nast, and today he is the Art Editor of the Vida Simples magazine, for which he also developed the overall graphic project. During his illustrious career, lots of wards, specially from the Society for News Design and in Brazil, taking several times the Prêmio Abril de Jornalismo and Prêmio Globo de Jornalismo.
Here are the works Rodolfo shared with us:
Special “The History of Rock” | BIZZ magazine (2005)
Jungle Drums magazine (2007 — 2008)
The best ofSão Paulo 2009 — 2010 | Época São Paulo, #19 (2009)
Enemy of State | Revista Época São Paulo, edição 21 (2010)
Special “App guide” | INFO Exame magazine (2011)
Special “Capital sins” | Superinteressante magazine (2012)
Special “The great battles of the Bible” | Superinteressante magazine (2012)
35 ways of renewing your style | Playboy, #446 (2012)
Covers for Vida Simples magazine (2012 — 2014)
GRaphic project of Vida Simples magazine (2013)
You can see more works by Rodolfo in his Facebook page: fb.com/rodolfofrancadesigner – and well see you next week with another featured portfolio