Blog series which features the talents of the studio, the ones who compose our pulsating atmosphere;

Golden Coins: Pamella Pesarelli, 3D artist.

OI #GoldenCoins shows our 3D Artist Pamella Pesareli and her adventures around the 3D world.

Prata da Casa: James Brelaz, el Motion Designer

#GoldenCoins comes in this glory Monday to shake a little bit of your life. Today we talk about our precious James Brelaz, the Motion Designer that always has a hidden trick and know all the questions we may have about anything. (specially softwares!) Brelax, Breláz, Brêlaz. How long are you here at Cafundó and what […]

#PratadaCasa 4: Giovanni Girardi, Ilustrador.

Let’s discober the other golden coins of the yellow house?? Today we’re gonna talk about the main front of Illustration in Cafundó: Giovanni Girardi. It’s an old buddy we have since 2010, and so on he has engalarged our borders and gave a special shine to our work. Just about he got here, he joined […]

#PratadaCasa 03 – Roland Roderjan

strong>#GoldenCoinathe 3rd has arrived! We are going to talk about out rcreative resources inside the studio. Today is a special date for designers in Brazil so let’s talk about our Art Web director. He whom has, besides some other stories, is a graduated designer from UFPR – city of Curitiba.. Roland Roderjan is the guy […]

#Pratadacasa 02: Douglas da Silva

If you haven’t seen our #GoldenCoin01, this is a special moment where  Cafundó is revealing to the world the talented ones that make our team shine abroud.. Now #GoldenCoins 2nd edition is gonna talk about a boy who came here to let everything work fine. This guy programmed this blog: if everything works, he is […]

Prata da Casa #1 – Felipe Fox

Cafundó is gonna to share its #GoldenCoins: the brave heros who passed through our trembling selection, slaying dragons and Léo-ns so they could seat at ease in a throne of the Yellow House. Ok, maybe not. But they are our precious creative resources that are able to transform fabulous ideas into reality. The one who […]

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O bizarro é ruim? Com criatividade e bom gosto não é mesmo!

Staff Picks / posted by in 8 Nov of 2011

This work deserved a post. It´s simple, but nothing convencional. You know when you have a nice idea but then you realize that the thing looks bizarre and have a potencial of not working? Well, at least if someone said to me “I will take some photos of you, and then I will make a collage with your silhouette, where your face will be oddly deformed”, I would say ” wth?? O.o”.

Well well, the venezuelan Jesús González Rodríguez took the risk anyway, and it worked quite good! The team here at the Studio agreed that this guy knew really well how to transform a concept that in the beggining would sound bizarre and weird in something original and funny! Jesús, marketing student and productor and directior of the ½ project, worked photography and image manipulation of people´s face (front and profile).


Is really interesting the way the hair and the nose “make sense” in both explored contexts (the front and the profile views). It reminds me the Gestalt psycology, where your brain defines the image shape according to your mind perception, like for example the images below, where the first one can be two profiles or a cup and the second one (harder!) a girly girl or an old woman with a huge nose. =p What about Jesús works? How do you see it??

And you know what? The facial distortion explored by Jesús made me remeber a little bit of Pablo Picasso´s work of art Guernica…and well, I could afirm that even being really weird, it was really successfull right? But fortunetly our latin american artist had no intention of making reference to any post-war tragedy, but to inovate and make people have some fun!

>>Nice curiosity: Did you know the size of Pablo Picasso´s name? The creature calls Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso! Well, at least it still fits in a tweet. Yes, I made the test! Hohoho.

Comment and disclose the guy work, there´s a LOT of really tallented boys and girls in our Latin America. _o/