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Ximerix by Zuca Sardan

Contributed by Tereza Bettinardi on Nov 7th, 2016. Artwork published in .
    Ximerix by Zuca Sardan 1
    Photo: Tereza Bettinardi. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Tereza Bettinardi.

    Brazilian poet Zuca Sardan has been publishing sporadically since the 1950s, although his diplomatic career kept him away from Brazil. Ximerix/Xiremix was illustrated by the poet himself. The book was meant to keep the aesthetics of fanzine but with a hint of graphic refinement.

    The constructivist caps are stylistic alternates from Euclid BP Bold. This font has been revised and expanded into a full family, now known as Euclid Flex.

    Ximerix by Zuca Sardan 2
    Photo: Tereza Bettinardi. illustrations by Zuca Sardan. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Tereza Bettinardi.
    Ximerix by Zuca Sardan 3
    Photo: Tereza Bettinardi. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Tereza Bettinardi.
    Ximerix by Zuca Sardan 4
    Photo: Tereza Bettinardi. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Tereza Bettinardi.
    Ximerix by Zuca Sardan 5
    Photo: Tereza Bettinardi. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Tereza Bettinardi.
    Ximerix by Zuca Sardan 6
    Photo: Tereza Bettinardi. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Tereza Bettinardi.
    Ximerix by Zuca Sardan 7
    Photo: Tereza Bettinardi. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Tereza Bettinardi.
    Ximerix by Zuca Sardan 8
    Photo: Tereza Bettinardi. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Tereza Bettinardi.
    Ximerix by Zuca Sardan 9
    Photo: Tereza Bettinardi. License: All Rights Reserved. Artwork by Tereza Bettinardi.

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