Papa Don’t Preach is a multivolume magazine that aims to answer the question “why are women absent in design history and how is it still a problem?”. It explores this statement through a geological lense, which on its first edition is focused on Portugal. 
It also nurtures a provocative intent, inviting the reader to think, promptly: what are women, really? That question persists along the narrative, which contemplates the gaps in history through an expressive approach about both the chronic reasons for the problem and how it came to persist until the 21st century.
All the graphic illustrations were done using artworks of portuguese women, which are discriminated and represent on its original format on the external catalogue.
This project was carried out as a team.

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