Who am I?
Hello, my name is Pedro Henrique, from Brazil. I have a degree in Graphic Design and I have several complementary courses in related areas.
I work with graphic design since 2010, having worked in newspapers, printers and information technology companies, including in team leadership positions.
Currently my work is totally autonomous, in which I develop a trustworthy professional relationship with my clients, as well as satisfaction in relation to the results delivered.
Why "oito" and an octopus?
"Oito" means "eight" in Brazilian Portuguese. Octopuses have eight tentacles, giving them a great ability to perform tasks. In addition, they have several abilities that make them unique survivors in the wild, both in self-defense against predators and in capturing prey. See which of its eight characteristics inspired me as a professional:
Some species of octopus have a high degree of transparency. Characteristic that I seek to follow when dealing with customers from the first service to delivery and support.
Octopuses are molluscs. As they don't have a skeleton, they have the ability to adapt their shape to the challenge of each situation, going through narrow places and overcoming difficulties!
Octopuses have several suction cups along the entire length of their eight tentacles. Thanks to them, they have the ability to hold on tightly to their goals and challenges.
4. Powerful eyes
Their eyes have a complexity comparable to human vision. This gives them great acuity for perceiving small details such as variations in color, textures, patterns, etc.
5. Colors, shapes and patterns
Many octopuses have the ability to change colors and patterns on their skin to camouflage themselves, with such precision and richness of detail that they look like creations on electronic screens!
6. Ink usage
Octopuses can drop a smear of ink into the water, dazzling the senses, especially the vision, of predators. I, on the other hand, have been working with ink in prints for over 10 years!
7. Big head!
It is, in all nature, one of the animals most capable of solving problems and challenges in general! In addition to a complex brain, they have eight additional brains, one on each tentacle!
Some species eject a tentacle, which moves around in the water to distract predators. Just like geckos do with their tails. It is important to know how to let go when necessary.
Eight services, too!
As well as eight features in octopuses, I also observed eight services I currently offer as a graphic designer:
As I've already talked a little about myself, how about now checking out what my clients say about me as a professional?
The following are eight of some of the main works I've developed.
Feel free to use the form below to send me a message, ask questions and so on.