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Buenos Aires, Argentina

Gustavo Brigante is a graphic designer and illustrator from Buenos Aires, Argentina. In the late 90s he formed EEN (Eternal explorers of nothing, Environmental explosions of noise, etc.) aka eenia, with Javier Cencig as a flash experimental site where they shared a passion for experimenting with unfolding design structures and Gustavo's first bits of manipulation/illustration.

After friendly departing work ways circa 2001/2002 Gustavo started working for several clothing brands and then expanded his work into several other areas such as logotype design, complete branding and design systems for clothing brands, digital compositions and photoillustrations, character creation and t-shirt designer.

As a personal note, Gustavo is self-taught in all of the areas he works, and partly his careed was fueled by being constantly encouraged by people he admired and became friends. This fueled his desire to learn more and explore even more, to finally turn his investigation around work and knowledge in general to be everydays most enjoyable homework of all.

Nowadays Gustavo Brigante works at his own studio in Buenos Aires, for several clients on a global level. On ranges going from digital matte painting work to character creation, illustration, logotypes and lettering.

TV Party! – Camila Huerta by Gustavo Brigante
This work was a collaboration with chilean model Camila Huerta for her portfolio. Worked out this piece with total freedom of subject as long as the piece was centered on the main portrait so i had lots of fun working on this. At the time of making this i was also learning Cinema 4d (still am) so i experimented a little with it for this composition and all the rest was worked around with Photoshop.

Gustavo Brigante + Musa de Lirio

TV Party digital composition in Photoshop + Cinema4d / Camila Huerta by Gustavo Brigante

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