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Tell Rafael Grampa What To Draw, When Drunk

Next Frame is a Swedish project in which Brazilian comic creator and favourite of Bleeding Cool, Rafael Grampá and his corporate shill sponsors Absolut invite users from around the world to co-create a crowd-sourced animated film. It’s the first time …

Rafael Grampa’s Absolut Vodka In High Def

At Bleeding Cool, Rafael Grampa is one of our favourite cartoonists so, basically, any excuse… clicky for biggy…  

Rafael Grampa Heads Up Nike Advertising Campaign In Brazil

This is the clip from the new Nike Brasil TV ad, featuring the art of legendary Brazilian cartoonist Rafael Grampa, animated. It’s one of a number of vignettes that show the Brazilian football team in a match, that cuts away …

Grampa Is At The Vodka Again! Absolut Vodka Profiles Rafael Grampa

Absolut Vodka’s Transform Today campaign highlights artists from different media and tells their story. Marvel and Dark Horse artist Raphael Grampa got the Absolut treatment here. Rafael Grampá is a Brazilian graphic novel artist and writer. Infusing his work with …

Pretty Pics – Bryan Talbot’s Sherlock To Rafael Grampa’s Batman

A few pretty pictures to end the day with. Thanks to Timothy The 2013 Christmas Card for the Sherlock Holmes Society Of London, as designed and drawn by Bryan Talbot. The first looks at Fairy Quest 2 by Humberto Ramos. …

Rafael Grampá Talks About His New Absolut Vodka Campaign (UPDATE)

UPDATE: Fixed HTML Here’s the ad, Rafael Grampá working in collaboration with musician Woodkid, media artist Aaron Koblin and fashion designer Yiqing Yin. Here’s Rafael Grampá’s take; And this is how you feel after downing a bottle of Absolut.

Rafael Grampa’s Joker For A New DC Comic

As Rafael Grampa writes; My version for The Joker for a DC Comics project! Pay attention and try to see the two mouths. He wants to make you think that he is laughing all the time, but he isn’t.

Rafael Grampá Creates New Gay Superhero For Brazilian TV – The Gay Laxyus

As we’ve noted, all current media seems obsessed with a gay Green Lantern or a Gay X-Man or usually both. None more than Brazilian TV programme Fantastico, which recently ran a piece on the companies’ news, mixing up Alan Scott …