In celebration of international design, we’ll be posting a series of articles online that spotlight projects from various countries around the globe. These projects show that good design needs no translation and that the beauty of a well-crafted project can be appreciated in any hemisphere.
Each year, our international issue of HOW magazine houses the winners from the International Design Awards—a truly unique competition. If you’ve never entered this design awards, this is the year to truly be seen by peers and clients alike who are spanning the globe.
Over the years, I’ve been wowed by the work coming out of South America. The vibrancy and culture that these international design projects exude is infectious, inspiring and too gorgeous not to share. I knew right where to start with this quest: Brazil and Argentina.
Check out the nine stunning design projects below produced by creatives in both Argentina and Brazil in past years. These designers work at both design firms or as freelancers.
1. Bohemia by illustrator Nate Williams (Argentina)
2. International Women’s Day Stamp Kit by design firm superbacana Design (Brazil)
3. Anto by design firm Casa Rex (Brazil)
4. Escola Viva Library by design firm Casa Rex (Brazil)
5. Nerd Nouveau Riche by design firm Casa Rex (Brazil)
6. Icongrafia Paulistana by design firm Casa Rex (Brazil)
7. Wine Packaging Design by design firm Kid Gaucho (Argentina)
8. Redesign of the Cafeteria, Biblioteca (Library) Nacional de la Republica Argentina, by designers Ludmila DG, Lula Papazian, Jezabel Jakob & Nadia Barrios (Argentina)
9. Hotel Paraiso by design firm www.6vstudio.com (Argentina)
Don’t miss your chance to enter the International Design Awards, a design competition that recognizes creatives on a global scale! Enter now.