For this week’s featured portfolio, we headed back to Brazil to present you with the work of Luiz Salomão, a veteran designer that is currently working in the mobile version of Época magazine but who has a very respectable past of infographic design.
Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Salomão begun his career in visual journalism in 1986, in Brazil’s leading newspaper, Folha de S. Paulo. From there, he joined Editora Abril, where he had the chance to work for magazines such as Playboy, QuatroRodas, Veja, and Exame.
He then took some time to explore the advertising market, working for several agencies, before returning to the publishing world, this time to Editora Globo, more specifically at Época magazine‘s award-winning graphics desk, where he had the opportunity to work with Alberto Cairo, Gerson Mora, Marco Vergotti, among others – you can read more about the work developed there in this guest post.
The information graphics Salomão shared with us are from that period:
Around the world in 83 weeks, without fuel | Época
Green boats | Época
Eating out | Época
Brazilian stadiums | Época
Mining the deep| Época
What’s new on F1 | Época
Is the Sun going to cold down? | Época
Where are the consumers | Época
You can connect with Salomão on LinkedIn, and we’ll return next week with another featured portfolio.