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Nuno Moreira

Nuno Moreira - Designer

Lisbon, Portugal

With over 10 years experience in print design and a particular passion for books.

Overview

Art director based in Lisbon, offering creative services in Book / Editorial design for a variety of publishers, small presses and independent authors.
The approach to book design is always instinctive and enriched by a strong communication with the client.
Each project has different needs and may require the use of different materials (manually or digitally executed) allowing room for plenty of experimentation and delivering enticing end results.
All covers are conceived after reading a manuscript and based on original artwork.

Services
Languages
English
Fiction
Classics Crime & Mystery Cultural & Ethnic Themes Horror Poetry Short Story Thriller
Non-Fiction
Arts & Architecture & Photography Biographies & Memoirs History Music Philosophy Religion & Spirituality

Awards

  • AIGA 50 Books/50 Covers nomination

Work experience

Owner

NM Design

July, 2007 – Present (over 9 years)

NM Design is a small studio offering creative services in Book/Editorial Design, Illustration and Photography.

Portfolio (12 selected works)

Belief Is Its Own Kind of Truth, Maybe

Lori Jakiela

Belief Is Its Own Kind of Truth, Maybe is a book about mapping lives--the lives we are born with and the lives we are allowed to make for ourselves. Belief is part adoption narrative and part meditation on family, motherhood, nature vs. nurture, and what it means to make our own authentic human connections. Belief extends the possibilities of creative nonfiction at a time when many people are ... read more

Belief Is Its Own Kind of Truth, Maybe is a book about mapping lives--the lives we are born with and the lives we are allowed to make for ourselves. Belief is part adoption narrative and part meditation on family, motherhood, nature vs. nurture, and what it means to make our own authentic human connections. Belief extends the possibilities of creative nonfiction at a time when many people are ... read more

The Secret of Angat

Esme Vos

March 1945. The Japanese Imperial Army is retreating from Manila to the northern provinces of the Philippines. Lieutenant Takeji Nakamura and the men of the 15th Engineer Regiment have been ordered to repair a bridge at Angat, a remote village surrounded by dense jungle, to hasten the withdrawal of the Japanese forces. If Lieutenant Nakamura and his men don’t complete the bridge on time, thous... read more

March 1945. The Japanese Imperial Army is retreating from Manila to the northern provinces of the Philippines. Lieutenant Takeji Nakamura and the men of the 15th Engineer Regiment have been ordered to repair a bridge at Angat, a remote village surrounded by dense jungle, to hasten the withdrawal of the Japanese forces. If Lieutenant Nakamura and his men don’t complete the bridge on time, thous... read more

TV in the Head

Kevin Tao Mohs

In the near future Personal Entertainment Devices (PEDs) are surgically implanted in infants soon after birth, creating a society consumed by the programs and messages being sent directly into their minds by the Personal Vision Corporation. On a hot summer’s night, an addict known as a PEDhead is murdered while breaking into the home of one of the corporation’s executives. Vision Enforcement A... read more

In the near future Personal Entertainment Devices (PEDs) are surgically implanted in infants soon after birth, creating a society consumed by the programs and messages being sent directly into their minds by the Personal Vision Corporation. On a hot summer’s night, an addict known as a PEDhead is murdered while breaking into the home of one of the corporation’s executives. Vision Enforcement A... read more

Unlocking the Schoolhouse Door: Essays on the Misunderstandings of Public Education

Larry White

You wouldn’t go to your doctor’s office and advise him on running his practice, or propose reforms for how a CEO ought to run his company. Yet every day, your neighbors, politicians, and business owners complain about the failure of schools and call for change without ever setting foot in them. Criticism abounds regarding what schools are doing (and how they’re doing it wrong). In Unlocking th... read more

You wouldn’t go to your doctor’s office and advise him on running his practice, or propose reforms for how a CEO ought to run his company. Yet every day, your neighbors, politicians, and business owners complain about the failure of schools and call for change without ever setting foot in them. Criticism abounds regarding what schools are doing (and how they’re doing it wrong). In Unlocking th... read more

Delilah, My Woman

M. F. Sullivan

A work which beckons the reader into complicity with the monster in Man, Delilah, My Woman, M. F. Sullivan's debut novel, tells the story of Richard Vasko, a troubled artist whose pursuit of fulfillment unravels down a depraved and bloody path. Obsessed by two women--the mysterious Susan Sinclair, and the effervescent Delilah Delacroix--as well as the morphing vision of his masterpiece, Richar... read more

A work which beckons the reader into complicity with the monster in Man, Delilah, My Woman, M. F. Sullivan's debut novel, tells the story of Richard Vasko, a troubled artist whose pursuit of fulfillment unravels down a depraved and bloody path. Obsessed by two women--the mysterious Susan Sinclair, and the effervescent Delilah Delacroix--as well as the morphing vision of his masterpiece, Richar... read more

Wounded Prey (Farrell and Kearns Thriller Book 1)

Sean Lynch

"A visceral and heart-wrenching cross between NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN and SILENCE of the LAMBS." -Bestselling author Emlyn Rees “Wounded Prey is a non-stop thrill ride of a book. Unrelenting, brutal, scary, and at times skin-crawling in its depiction of atrocious crimes. And yet it is also funny, warming and believable.” – Tony Healey IT'S TIME TO FINISH WHAT HE STARTED… A young girl is snatche... read more

"A visceral and heart-wrenching cross between NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN and SILENCE of the LAMBS." -Bestselling author Emlyn Rees “Wounded Prey is a non-stop thrill ride of a book. Unrelenting, brutal, scary, and at times skin-crawling in its depiction of atrocious crimes. And yet it is also funny, warming and believable.” – Tony Healey IT'S TIME TO FINISH WHAT HE STARTED… A young girl is snatche... read more

The Carp Castle

MacDonald Harris

A sly, sexy, and profoundly haunting work, The Carp Castle is the story of a disparate group of strangers adrift and confused in the decade after the First World War. These haunted men and broken women find themselves bound together by an ineffable force: the seductive spell cast by a mysterious woman named Moira--one part mystic, one part cult leader, one part prophet.The Carp Castle introduc... read more

A sly, sexy, and profoundly haunting work, The Carp Castle is the story of a disparate group of strangers adrift and confused in the decade after the First World War. These haunted men and broken women find themselves bound together by an ineffable force: the seductive spell cast by a mysterious woman named Moira--one part mystic, one part cult leader, one part prophet.The Carp Castle introduc... read more

Yukiko

MacDonald Harris

Dishrags to Dirtbags

Brooke Santina

When Beth Dolinsky's military husband returns from deployment with post-traumatic stress and gambles all their money away, this mousy, church-going housewife and mother of twin boys has to take matters into her own hands. Against the advice of friends and family, 40-year-old Beth applies to become a deputy sheriff and embarks on the toughest journey of her life. Now, Recruit Dolinsky finds her... read more

When Beth Dolinsky's military husband returns from deployment with post-traumatic stress and gambles all their money away, this mousy, church-going housewife and mother of twin boys has to take matters into her own hands. Against the advice of friends and family, 40-year-old Beth applies to become a deputy sheriff and embarks on the toughest journey of her life. Now, Recruit Dolinsky finds her... read more

Lessons From An Evil Mind (Archangelous Series) (Volume 1)

Shawna Stewart

Lue sits in the middle of the floor. Her hands tucked beneath her, her eyes closed and her head, faced down. The evil that haunts her is there and she knows she must sit completely still and await the punishment that is coming next. The room goes silent, with only sounds of his foot steps as he comes closer. Every part of body screams “RUN”, but she knows she does not dare. She must sit silent... read more

Lue sits in the middle of the floor. Her hands tucked beneath her, her eyes closed and her head, faced down. The evil that haunts her is there and she knows she must sit completely still and await the punishment that is coming next. The room goes silent, with only sounds of his foot steps as he comes closer. Every part of body screams “RUN”, but she knows she does not dare. She must sit silent... read more

World of Vacancy

Charles Schmidt

Welcome to the sun-tortured streets of Arizona, a place where the darkest secrets get snagged on barbed wire and justice is as deadly as it is patient, a place where something supernatural is afoot and redemption comes at a bloody price. Terrified people are making startling confessions to Hack, a complete stranger, and are never seen again. A crew of hardened criminals preys upon those who pr... read more

Welcome to the sun-tortured streets of Arizona, a place where the darkest secrets get snagged on barbed wire and justice is as deadly as it is patient, a place where something supernatural is afoot and redemption comes at a bloody price. Terrified people are making startling confessions to Hack, a complete stranger, and are never seen again. A crew of hardened criminals preys upon those who pr... read more

Cytomegalovirus: A Hospitalization Diary (Forms of Living (FUP))

Hervé Guibert, Todd Meyers

By the time of his death, Hervé Guibert (1955-1991) had become a singular literary voice on the impact of AIDS in France. He was prolific. His oeuvre contained some twenty novels, including A l'ami qui ne m'a pas sauvé la vie (To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life) and Le protocole compassionnel (The Compassion Protocol). He was 36 years old. In Cytomegalovirus, Guibert offers an autobiograph... read more

By the time of his death, Hervé Guibert (1955-1991) had become a singular literary voice on the impact of AIDS in France. He was prolific. His oeuvre contained some twenty novels, including A l'ami qui ne m'a pas sauvé la vie (To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life) and Le protocole compassionnel (The Compassion Protocol). He was 36 years old. In Cytomegalovirus, Guibert offers an autobiograph... read more

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