MANIFESTO! Let’s create a fanzine
The first LU.CA fanzine. #punkisnotdead
Over 5 days participants will be inspired by the contributions of guests linked to activism and the emancipation of youths. « What worries you and what is really cool? »: sets the tone for the editorial line of the publication. We look at the experiences of our contemporary world, predictions for the future and a lot of #feelings, and through DIY techniques, from collage to drawing, we will create the first LU.CA fanzine.
Created by Leonor Bettencourt Loureiro with Sara Feio (Illustrator and Teacher) and Miranda Villa-Lobos (Fashion Designer).
Leonor Bettencourt Loureiro
Award-winning film director, she belongs to a new generation of multitasking creatives. She looks at the world in search of inspiration and conducts her projects according to a do-it-yourself ethic. Currently, she works as a freelance director, signing as LBL. She has worked at RTP, Antena 3 and FIM, directing video clips for various national bands, creating fashion editorials and brand films. She believes in doing what you love, surrounded by good people and above all she likes challenges and making things happen.
Sara Feio is a freelance illustrator based in Lisbon, specializing in conceptual digital illustration, mainly encompassing fauna and flora. After studying graphic design, she now lives in the United Kingdom, where she studied illustration at the University of the Arts London. Over the last seven years she has been creating delicate and vibrant illustrations, mainly for the music industry.
Miranda Villa-Lobos has the privilege of being born within the worlds of art and music in Rio de Janeiro. Graduated in Fashion from Studio Berçot (Paris), her professional experience meandered various fields, having been assistant to the visual artist Rita Wainer; coordinator of the Gilda Midani brand, where she developed the wardrobe for Maria Bethânia and “Porta dos Fundos”. Currently she is the founder of CREME, a sustainable brand established in Lisbon under a “make haste slowly” philosophy. To sum up, Miranda does things in her own time, because she believes it is the duty of creators to reflect on the world that surrounds them.