Maria Pestana Teixeira
Graphic designer in London.
Graduate from the Royal College of Art.
mpestanateixeira@gmail.com
@mariapestanateixeira  





For Furora Film Festival 
Berlin 2018












Ghosts, Walls and Echoes—MA Final Major Project + Graduate Show Installation View at White City Place













New Genres, Invisible Structures is the script for a performative dérive around abandoned military sites.






New Genres: Invisible Structures is a performative dérive around abandoned military sites.
5 minutes video performance
Screened at Common Market, April 2018





Soajo/Lindoso
Set of three risograph prints
2018






Soajo/Lindoso is a publication looking at the importance of Espigueiros today. Espigueiro is a type of barn, mainly used to store corn, and a beautiful example of Portuguese northern vernacular architecture.





Pictures taken in Portugal as part of a WIP research publication looking at northern vernacular architecture in Portugal.
In collaboration with local communities.






To F.







Sobborghi @ the Alibi







Sobborghi @ the Alibi








WIP






Invisible Structures: Ghosts, Stones and Sand explores the potential of military ruins as sites for speculative arquitecture.
Riso printed Publication
Exhibited in Work In Progress Show 





Invisible Structures: Ghosts, Stones and Sand explores the potential of military ruins as sites for speculative arquitecture.
Screen Print 100x70 cm
Exhibited in Work In Progress Show






Invisible Structures: Ghosts, Stones and Sand explores the potential of military ruins as sites for speculative architecture.
Exhibited in Work In Progress Show






The Pluralist Newspaper, Issue 3. 
https://thepluralist.info








Negreiros is a typeface inspired by Portuguese Art Deco caligraphy found in ABC magazine.
Exhibited in Typographic Singularity 2018





Spider Woman is a chronology of spider—female representations across art, literature, film and popular culture.
Written by Camilla Brown






Presented in this book is a seamlessly flowing compilation of the research carried out by sixteen students at the Royal College of Arts, as part of the Book Test Unit. 
ISBN 978-1-910642-22-1



TYPE I is an experimental typeface exploring aspects of corruption and change in language over time, especially since the emergence of digital tools.
Exhibited in Typographic Singularity 2017






Brave New World is a book about itself and the digital ecosystem in which it exists. 
Book Test Unit 2017





Still from I Love, 1 minute video