Ricardo Felipe is an independent graphic designer in Sydney. Among his clients are cultural institutions, businesses and individuals from various fields. Using a reductive style and combining sober typography and powerful imagery, his work includes the design development of both print and digital concepts. Ricardo also provides print management, including preparing files for print and assisting with print production and quality control, and maintaining schedule and budget goals. He works collaboratively with artists, writers, curators, editors, prepress and printers.

Fabrik book & exhibition branding 

Gallery 9 advertising templates 

Holding a Thread
Benjamin Armstrong: Holding a Thread

Groundwork catalogue / Maria Cruz: Oo

David Manley: Ambivalent Structures 

Anne Ferran: Prison Library 

Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras
New Day Dawning history book: Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras

I.K.E.A. Draguerreotypes
Gary Carsley: I.K.E.A. Draguerreotypes

Stories of Love and Death
William Yang: Stories of Love and Death

Patrizia Simone
My Umbrian Kitchen: Patrizia Simone

Architext branding and DL flyer 

Dresden Optics A6 info booklet 

MAAS Store
Signage for Powerhouse Museum: MAAS Store

business cards
DJ Jane Grigg: business cards

using existing logo
The Cross Books signage: using existing logo

E-book cover & title page
Shooters, Trappers & Poisoners: E-book cover & title page

co-design with Jamie Mitchell, M35
Judy Annear website: co-design with Jamie Mitchell, M35

App screen design
Towns Through Time: App screen design