I snapped this shot of Cannes attendee Bruno Bertani as we both enjoyed a brief escape from the tomb-like Palais des Festivals. Bruno is up for a Design Lion this week for work he did for Brazilian gay rights group Arco-Iris. He and fellow creative director Ricardo Saint-Clair created posters, a logo, and Web elements for the “No Homophobia” project. The project was handled by Rio de Janeiro-based Dialogo Design.
Bruni’s a regular traveler to New York, and a first time traveler to Cannes.
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