Two Pages Workshop

Based on the concept of Two Pages, this workshop will focus on visual interpretations and spontaneous mark making.

Two Pages project invites graphic designers and illustrators from around Europe to explore Porto’s visual language and urban culture. The participants will be asked to exchange information and experiences in relation to Porto and discuss the city’s visual structure, influences and identity. Based on the concept of Two Pages, this workshop will focus on visual interpretations and spontaneous mark making.

The workshop will be run by Two Pages team: Konstantinos Trichas (designer) and Dionysis Livanis (designer and visual artist).

The participation to the workshop is free but booking is essential.

Apart from your design materials (pens, tapes, sketchbook, etc), please bring with you an object that best represents Porto.

25 May 2017


Silo Auto, 180 Rua de Guedes de Azevedo, 4000-111 Porto, Portugal

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Konstantinos Trichas is a designer based in London. His work is both playful and conceptual, focused on the creative process and engagement with the audience. His practice expands from design for print to the creation of objects and installation of three dimensional experiences.
Konstantinos graduated from MA Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art and has worked in several design, branding and advertising agencies. His work has won prizes at the European Design Awards and the Greek Design and Illustration Awards and has been exhibited in London, Berlin, Athens and Barcelona. Konstantinos has led and organised workshops in Germany, Greece, South Korea and England. He is the co-organiser of Ten Images for Ithaca and in 2012 he initiated Two Pages, a collection of nomadic sketchbooks which, so far, have traveled in more than 20 countries.

Dionysis Livanis is a graphic designer and visual artist with 15 years experience in the UK, Greece and Spain.
His work has been awarded with Golden, Silver and Bronze Prizes at the European Design Awards. He has contributed to international publications such as Eye Magazine, 365Typo, Neshan and +Design. Dionysis has led workshops and given lectures on graphic design and branding in Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Beirut and Istanbul. He founded Ten Images for Ithaca in 2002 for which he has been organising workshops, exhibitions and design competitions. Dionysis’ art practice includes performance, interventions, photography, video and mark making. Through individual and collaborative projects he raises questions around power and control between the artist, the subject and the audience. He holds an MA in Typo/Graphic studies and an MA in Fine Art Photography.