Larissa was born and raised in Pernambuco - Brazil. She currently lives in São Paulo. She graduated in Design from UFPE (Federal University of Pernambuco), where she also completed her master's degree. Her research addressed graphic configurations in films, as part of the CNPQ Information Design research group. As a result, she managed to unite her passion for cinema and historical research in Design. She also spent a year and a half as a visiting student at NSCAD University, in Canada, through the Science without Borders program. Larissa has +9 years of experience in visual, motion design, and illustration.
She currently works as an independent visual/motion designer. She has already provided services to clients such as Tereza Bettinardi, Guilherme Lira, Farm Rio, Festival Coquetel Molotov, Festival Virtuosi, Tag Livros, SESC SP, GNT, Estúdio Daó, Estúdio Cru and Estúdio Voador.
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🖍 Independent Designer 2020 - present
Clients: Farm Rio, Coquetel Molotov Festival, Virtuosi Festival, Tag Livros, SESC SP,
GNT, Newspaper O Estado de São Paulo, Boticário, Tereza Bettinardi and Pedro Inoue.
💻 Motion and Visual Designer at Pedro Inoue's Studio (São Paulo - BR)
mar 2022 - dec 2022
💻 Motion and Graphic Designer at Exponential Ventures (USA - remote)
oct 2021 - dec 2021
💻 Motion and Graphic Designer at Farm Rio (BR - remote)
jan 2021 - sep 2021
💻 Researcher at UFPE (Federal University of Pernambuco) (Recife -BR)
aug 2018 - dec 2020
💻 Motion and Graphic Designer at Backer Ag (Recife - BR)
may 2018 - feb 2020
💻 UX Designer at In Loco Media (Recife - BR)
aug 2017 - jan 2018
💻 Motion designer at In Loco Media (Recife - BR)
oct 2015 - aug 2017
Publications (in portuguese):
Apontamentos históricos sobre material de divulgação e cartelas dos filmes do Ciclo do Recife: A filha do advogado e Aitaré da praia - CIDI 2019
Fausto Silvério Monteiro, o Fininho: um artista gráfico a serviço do cinema pernambucano do Ciclo do Recife - Estudos em Design - 2021
Tipos Populares: Um Estudo Sobre Tipografia nos Filmes Aitaré da Praia (1925) e A Filha do Advogado (1926) - [In]formar novos sentidos - Blucher - 2021