HOUSE wouldn’t be possible without the great help of the following collaborators. We are very grateful for your creativity and energy. Please check out their portfolios to see more amazing work and drop by at PopUpHOUSE!
Luisa Baeta is a graphic designer living in London and specializing in print. With a BA from one of Brazil’s top design courses, a graduate diploma in Design for Visual Communication at the London College of Communication, and several short courses in subjects ranging from typography to animation, she is about to go even deeper in her design education with a Master’s Degree in Typeface Design at the University of Reading. She has five years’ work experience as a freelancer and as an intern in design studios in Rio de Janeiro and London, with experience in projects for book design, music flyers and posters, logos and identity, exhibition catalogues and much more.
Rachel is a freelance illustrator, in-house graphic designer for a London-based fashion company, blogger and trend observer, with experience in marketing and consumer co-creation. She graduated in 2009 with a BA (Hons) in Illustration and has completed freelance illustrations for Amelia’s Magazine and Australia’s Cleo Magazine amongst others, been shortlisted for the 2009 Penguin Design Award, worked on marketing briefs for Diesel, Evian and more, and blogs for Mindbubble as well as on her own site. Constantly in search of the next big thing in fashion, advertising, design and life in general; she takes all of this knowledge and uses it to create unique and carefully considered illustrations.
Joe Morris is an artist working in painting, sculpture, photography and installation. He uses a range of mediums from the traditional, such as oil paint, to the less conventional, such as jelly and wild animals, exploring themes from sex, food and consumerism to power, violence, death and entropy. His work aims to demonstrate the contrast between the synthetic and administrative rationalism of government and society and the ritual, biological human impulse, examining the complex moral dilemmas that arise from this often uneasy relationship.