Arquivo is a graphic design studio that works mainly in the editorial area developing graphic projects and designing books, catalogs and reports —printed and digital— for small and large companies. It also makes visual identity projects creating brands, stationery, websites and printed or digital publications for business and institutions in different segments.
Book cover Pluriverso
Branding Liff casas
Branding Ateliê Gira
Book cover Donos do mercado
Composition Triz
Book and ebook Pedras no chão
Composition Feio, eu
Composition Odontoprev, Rede D'or, Edenred, Movida and Hospital Alemão Oswaldo Cruz annual reports
Annual report Sustenidos 2019
Composition Dias felizes
Calendar Arquivo 2020
Branding Futura Estúdio
Signage Design Arena Cowork​​​​​​​
Book and ebook Singularidades criadoras
Composition Cadernos técnicos de referência para o Ministério das Cidades
Composition Apresentação do Debate dos presidenciáveis 2018 Gazeta, Estadão, JP e Twitter
Book Dez contos de Cláudio Furtado
Branding HT Arquitetos
Wedding identity Joice & Vinicius
Composition A psicanálise e os lestes
Branding A moda e a cidade
Branding Arquipélago
Book collection Poetas Essenciais
Branding Bossa Nova Hostel
Newspaper Jornal da Hora
Art direction Editora Canhoto
Art direction Mini editora
Posters Wes Anderson
Magazine Relida
Branding Personal Boards

See featured projects here.
Hannah Uesugi has a degree in Architecture and Urbanism from FAUUSP and has done internship and worked in several design and graphic production studios in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, having had the opportunity to work in the teams of Márcia Signorini, João Carlos Cauduro, Didiana Prata, Rafic Farah and Jair de Souza.

In 2013 she founded the mini editora, an independent publisher committed to exploring the relationship between the written word and the space of the book object through research and experimentation with typography, paper and printing methods. Through mini, she participated in more than twenty independent publishing fairs — such as Feira Plana, Tijuana, Miolo(s), among others — and had her books exhibited in group exhibitions at CCSP and Red Bull Station, in São Paulo. Currently, it is through the mini that she publishes and sells her authorial works.

See her full curriculum here.
Pedro Botton studied Architecture and Urbanism at FAUUSP and is currently attend Publishing at ECAUSP.

Between 2011 and 2015, he worked in some graphic design studios in São Paulo, collaborating with the teams of Mooa Estúdio, Tempo Design, Teatro Oficina Uzyna Uzona, among others.

In 2014, he joined Rafael Zanatto and founded Editora Canhoto, where he is an editor and art director, producing books with left-wing literature.

In addition to working as a designer and editor, Pedro is a playlist creator for Compact List Digital Stream, a personal project where he creates themed music lists developing graphic arts related to each one.

See his full curriculum here.
Arquivo & Estante
Hannah Uesugi & Pedro Botton have been together in Arquivo since 2016 and, in 2022, they created Estante, publishing house that provides a structure for authors to publish their books independently, developing graphic projects, layout and print production of printed and digital books for authors no publisher. Learn more at estante.cc 
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Arquivo and Estante are in the Pinheiros neighborhood of São Paulo, Brazil. Send us an email to schedule a conversation :)