Photos: Leo Eloy / Estúdio Garagem

Visitation: until March 8, 2020

On November 23, Saturday, the Museu da Casa Brasileira, an institution of the Secretariat of Culture and Creative Economy of the State of São Paulo, simultaneously opened the exhibitions of the 33rd Design MCB Award, Poster Contest and the panel of Brazilian Design Pioneers – José Zanine Caldas.

The Poster Contest show presents the winning piece and 45 other selected works and allows visitors to choose their favorite poster by popular vote. The result of this choice will be released in March 2020.

The winning piece was Stephanie Mathias de Souza, from São Paulo and in addition to winning the contest, the work was the inspiration for the entire visual identity of the 2019 edition. The winning piece and the selected ones were chosen by the judging committee coordinated by Gustavo Piqueira, graphic designer in front of Casa Rex and one of the most awarded in Brazil, with almost 500 international design awards; and composed by Tereza Bettinardi, graphic designer co-founder of A Escola Livre, educational project in graphic design and coordinator of the Graphic Design course at the British School of Creative Arts [EBAC]; Vanessa Queiroz, designer, director of ADGBrasil – Graphic Design Association and co-founder partner of Estúdio Colletivo; Gil Tokio, illustrator, professor, designer, cartoonist, partner at Pingado studio and professor at Instituto Europeo di Design and Quanta Academia de Artes; and Celso Hartkopf, designer, illustrator, comic artist, creator of the collaborative art and urban intervention Mutirão and winner of the poster contest of the 32nd Design Award of the Casa Brasileira Museum (2018).

This year, the contest received 428 entries, with participants from 18 states. The competition has been held annually by the institution continuously, as a way to encourage production and debate about this graphic piece and to try to restore its centrality in the dissemination campaigns.

Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm, until March 8, 2020
Tickets: R$15 and R$7,50 (half-price) | Children under 10 and over 60 are exempt | Disabled people and their companion pay half-price
Free on weekends and holidays
On-site accessibility
Bike rack with 40 spaces | Paid on-site parking

Museu da Casa Brasileira
Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 2705 Street – Jardim Paulistano, SP
Phone: (11) 3032-3727

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Tue. to sun. from 10am to 6pm

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