Tape Instalation developed with Diana Regal for Fonte de Letras Bookshop in Évora, Portugal.
Scala Coeli it stands for “Stairway to Heaven” Carthusian maxim. I thought that motto could fit in the ceiling of a bookshop.
Bernardo Bagulho trained Design at Colégio dos Leões, University of Évora and Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto. Illustration at the EINA Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Since his student years he has illustrated for diverse national and international publications, newspapers and cultural projects. Also works in several mediums such as corporate identity, editorial design, packaging, sculpture, animation or public installation.
His affinity with the region and imaginary of Alentejo is undeniable.
His most notable projects are for local cultural activities like
, in public art, or
Évora International Puppet Biennial
, in illustration and public scenography.
Among his various collaborations, the magazine La Maleta de Portnou, Stolen Books, Sem Termo Filmes, Cendrev - Teatro Garcia de Resende, Instituto Camões, Arizona State University and the The New York Times Book Review, among others.