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Júlia Bueno (Globosat)

August 2018

How cool would it be to design and art direct title sequences for tv shows! Well that's Júlia Bueno's—Director & Art Director at Globosat—nine to five! But not only that—Júlia does food styling as her side hustle... Design+TV+food=AMAZING

What are some of your earliest creative memories and what lead you into design?

My older brother’s girlfriend was a hippie studying graphic design and teaching me how to make dreamcatchers, I thought she was cool and I wanted to make a living out of making dreamcatchers, so I figured design school was as close to that I could get.  After my first semester I replaced my dreamcatchers for Milton Glaser’s posters.

Give us the elevator pitch on what you do.

I design & art direct title sequences for tv shows.

Any passion projects/collabs you would like to share?

I discovered the world of food styling when I was art directing a cooking book, it turned out to be something I was really into and now I keep it as a side job whenever I have free time. Here are some results: juliabueno.com/portfolio

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I’m more worried about the big picture and the process of taking risks and coming up with something new.

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Who are your top five design crushes right now?

Louise Fili, Roeqiya Fris, Fran Labuschagne, Jana Glatt, Raнza Costa.

What do you look for in a great portfolio?

I look out for layout diversity, in my field is very important that you’re able to design in a lot of different styles. I’m not the one looking for great kerning and spacing, I’m more worried about the big picture and the process of taking risks and coming up with something new.

2018 for you in a sentence.

Fora Temer.

Website: juliabueno.com

Instagram: @juliabuenoc

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