Rejane Dal Bello

Rejane Dal Bello is an award winning graphic designer and illustrator. Based in London, her studio and collaborators specialise in creating brands and visual identity systems for national and international clients in the corporate, cultural & non-profit sectors.

Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Rejane studied under Milton Glaser at the School of Visual Arts in New York before moving to Europe to complete her MA at the St Joost Academy in The Netherlands. It was from here she joined the widely revered Studio Dumbar, spending nine years creating award winning work – like the visual identity for Holland’s biggest Alzheimer Foundation – before moving to London to join Wolff Olins.

Whilst working for these two heavy-weights of the design world, Rejane spent a lot of her spare time creating identities and campaigns for not-for-profits and still today donates her design services to the Children’s Hospital in Peru. Now, at the helm of her own studio, Rejane’s portfolio is packed with work for charities, community organisations and companies who generally strive to bring good into the world. Recent projects include the identity for The Smile Brigade, an organisation that aims to inject joy into elderly people’s lives, and Sesc Av Paulista (one of the largest not-for-profits in Brazil) who run low-cost education courses for more than 120,000 people every week.

Throughout the years Rejane has also taught Graphic Design at BA and MA level at St Joost Academy, been featured in numerous international publications and given workshops and lectures around the world.


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September 22, 2019
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