ReYo is the collaboration between the graphic designers Rejane Dal Bello and Yomar Augusto.

Senior graphic designer and illustrator Rejane Dal Bello has been based in the Netherlands since 2004. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, she began her career working for renowned branding and design companies in Brazil. After receiving her BA in graphic design in Rio de Janeiro, Rejane went on to study under Milton Glaser at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She completed an MA at Post St Joost Academy in the Netherlands in 2006. During her MA, Rejane joined Studio Dumbar, a graphic design studio that has established a unique position in the Dutch design scene. Rejane is currently a senior designer at Studio Dumbar, as well as a member of the faculty of Post St Joost Academy, where she teaches graphic design and creative process.

Yomar Augusto is a multi-disciplined graphic designer and artist from Brazil based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Born in Brasilia and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Yomar initially trained as a graphic designer before going on to study photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He then started his own studio in Rio before completing a Masters in Type Design from The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, the Netherlands, between 2004 and 2005. Yomar has presented both commercial and conceptual projects with solo exhibitions in Asia, Europe and South America, while also designing for a host of brands including EMI, MTV and Warner music in Brazil; 180 Amsterdam, adidas (for the 2010 FIFA World Cup) and Icon Network in the Netherlands; Fur Fur and Graniph in Japan; and Random House in New York City. He also teaches typography for advertising at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam and has held experimental calligraphy and book art workshops in many countries, including Brazil, Russia, Turkey, China, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, Germany and the Netherlands.

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