Advertising —
2003-2019
Role. Creative Art Director

  1. Guitar Man 
  2. Facebook
  3. Elvis is Death
  4. Small Revolutions
  5. No rival, no victory
  6. Airbnb
  7. Picky 
  8. Bastard Cat

Technology  —
2012-2019
Role. Creative Art Director and Designer
  1. Smart Beats
  2. Beer!? App
  3. Foot-trade

Design  —
2000-2019
Role. Designer
  1. Elephant Sanctuary
  2. Nike SB Session
  3. Hair and Beer
  4. Waves for Water
  5. Origens Brasil
  6. Casa
  7. Shooting Posters 

Photo and Video  —
2016-2019
Role. Photography and Videomaker
  1. Tulum
  2. Patagonia
  3. California 
  4. Garopaba From Above

My Pets —
2012-2019
Role. Passionate Owner
  1. Mulder
  2. Scully 
  3. Clint
  4. Luna
  5. Austin
  6. Bear

About — 
1985-_____ 
Role. Myself

  • I’m a designer and art director living and working in São Paulo for the past eight years. I won some awards here and there, but what really matters is that I recently developed a passion for plants, and, because of my pets, I’ve been doing an extensive research on toxic and non toxic species for cats and doggos. Sadly, many exquisite ones are toxic, but don’t worry, soon I’ll post here the most beautiful non toxic plants to make your home charming and your pets safe. And please, if you have any recommendations, don’t be shy and send me an e-mail, SMS, WhatsApp or smoke signal. Let’s help each other make our homes greener.

         

greg.kickow@gmail.com
+55 11 96435 4300 

Mark

            Visual identity of the digital platform Origins Brasil®, a tracking system for products originating in the Xingu, with information supplied by the producer of the territory.
Origens Brasil / 2016
With Eduardo Tallia, Alex Adati and Paula Padilha 

           
            Everyone knows that the Amazon is being destroyed. But there’s a way of protecting it that most people don’t realize: by empowering small local producers. If they have reasons to stay, they won’t sell their lands to illegal logging companies. Imaflora, an environmental NGO, has been working on this for many years. And to launch their new Amazon local products, we came up with more than a logo.


            A visual identity that helps to preserve the forest, by using QR Code Technology. For each product, a different logo, a different story. A QR Code tree that preserves real trees of the Amazon.



            Origens Brasil has benefited 1.262 small local producers who sold 53,759.5 kg of Brazilian nut, 4,839.9 kg of rubber and 285 kg of honey. The project also helped to protect 26 million hectares of forest.















www.origensbrasil.org.br



Mark