CHILDREN HATE ADULT SHOWS

CHILDREN'S LIES

PARENTS AT SCHOOL

CHILDREN AND SEXUALITY

CHILDREN AND SECOND HAND SMOKE

ALCOHOLISM STARTS AT HOME

KIDS' IDOLS

MULTIRIO AT SOCCER WORD CUP

This picture illustrates an article on how children feel about adult TV shows. Many times, forced to watch what their parents choose because they rule the remote control, kids get an early exposure to violence and sex on TV. In Brazil, where the article was published, it is shown everyday on TV news and soap operas. The illustration tries to show how damaging it may be for a child, despite adults’ indifference. Made of plastic clay and colored paper, illuminated and photographed, this series of illustrations was created for Nós da Escola magazine, a MultiRio monthly publication aimed at teachers. The cartoon-humor style was used to illustrate controversial themes, which rarely had any photography.

This picture illustrates an article about the creative lies that children tell. With no words and just one still image, I tried to create a narrative in which a boy, who had broken a flowerpot with a soccer ball, is reprehended and comes up with a fantastic story about a giant octopus to blame it for the accident. Made of plastic clay and colored paper, illuminated and photographed, this series of illustrations was created for Nós da Escola magazine, a MultiRio monthly publication aimed at teachers. The cartoon-humor style was used to illustrate controversial themes, which rarely had any photography.

This picture illustrates an article on the importance of the presence of parents at school, especially bringing the small kids inside the gates to make them feel more comfortable in this environment. Made of plastic clay and colored paper, illuminated and photographed, this series of illustrations was created for Nós da Escola magazine, a MultiRio monthly publication aimed at teachers. The cartoon-humor style was used to illustrate controversial themes, which rarely had any photography.

This picture illustrates an article on the importance of the presence of parents at school, especially bringing the small kids inside the gates to make them feel more comfortable in this environment. Made of plastic clay and colored paper, illuminated and photographed, this series of illustrations was created for Nós da Escola magazine, a MultiRio monthly publication aimed at teachers. The cartoon-humor style was used to illustrate controversial themes, which rarely had any photography.

This picture illustrates an article about the diseases caused by second hand smoke on children. The illustration is focused on the aversion that kids have to smoke, a fact many times ignored by adults. Made of plastic clay and colored paper, illuminated and photographed, this series of illustrations was created for Nós da Escola magazine, a MultiRio monthly publication aimed at teachers. The cartoon-humor style was used to illustrate controversial themes, which rarely had any photography.

This picture illustrates an article about alcohol use among youth. The text emphasizes that the problem very often starts at home, due to easy access to drinks in the fridge. The illustration tries to capture the expression of a kid who knows that is doing something wrong. Made of plastic clay and colored paper, illuminated and photographed, this series of illustrations was created for Nós da Escola magazine, a MultiRio monthly publication aimed at teachers. The cartoon-humor style was used to illustrate controversial themes, which rarely had any photography.

This picture illustrates an article on how idols influence children. In this illustration I tried to put the focus on the way kids change their auto image based on their admiration of someone special. Made of plastic clay and colored paper, illuminated and photographed, this series of illustrations was created for Nós da Escola magazine, a MultiRio monthly publication aimed at teachers. The cartoon-humor style was used to illustrate controversial themes, which rarely had any photography.

This Plasticine illustration was stamped on all MultiRio covers for the 2006 Soccer World Cup. It was used in publications, videos, and web materials during the event.