As I try to shape my work language and relate bidimensional and tridimensional, I realized through references and personal studies that my passion lays on Graphic Design being inserted in an environment, a space. With that in mind, I created this project to explore and relate my multiple interests — design, illustration, digital art and sculpture — into one context: one where I can also express my passion for gallery spaces.
Estúdio is a 3D-made room that works the same way as a studio space would. This way I could initially improve my rendering and lighting skills, while setting this up beforehand allowed me to detach myself from these details and focus on a more graphical and physical thinking.
My initial intentions with this project were defined by a little statement I had in mind: Graphic Design should be more spatial — it must consider the environment where it sits and go far beyond flat expressions in order to create an experience. I also try to imply that our creativity should not be limited by our resources — if you want to explore something that's out of your reach (spatial explorations in my case), you should find an alternative to exercise your way into it and reveal a potential new you.