2015 – Bráulio Amado


Collection of posters made in 2015 by Bráulio Amado. He found an old hard drive while stuck at home during COVID-19 times and decided to put this up together so that we (SSHH) and Stolen Books (in Portugal) could make some extra income and keep things afloat.

This is the only newspaper that won’t give you anxiety right now.

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330 × 475 mm
Full color, 28 pages, broadsheet journal.

Stolen Books and SSHH // Published March 2020

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