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Many wrote about José Dirceu, with more mistakes than right answers. With time, in prison, he himself wrote the fascinating story of his life. The unpublished backstage of his student militancy in the 1960s, exile and training to become a guerrilla in Cuba, plastic surgery that changed his face, clandestine life in Brazil in the 1970s, a return to legality with amnesty in 1979, and his rise in the Workers Party, where he became president and major responsible for Lula's election to the presidency of the Republic. For the first time he reveals secrets behind the scenes of the political struggle inside the PT and the government itself, where he was chief-of-staff and probable successor of Lula until he was shot down by the denunciations of the so-called "Mensalão". In the first volume of his "Memories" - another will come, with new revelations - he exposes what has never been said about his life and the main leaders of Brazilian politics in the last 50 years. An indispensable book to understand how was the struggle against the military dictatorship, redemocratization, overthrow of President Fernando Collor, opposition to the governments of Fernando Henrique Cardoso, the election of Lula and Dilma and the current political moment of the country. Many wrote about José Dirceu, with more mistakes than right answers. With time, in prison, he himself wrote the fascinating story of his life. The unpublished backstage of his student militancy in the 1960s, exile and training to become a guerrilla in Cuba, plastic surgery that changed his face, clandestine life in Brazil in the 1970s, a return to legality with amnesty in 1979, and his rise in the Workers Party, where he became president and major responsible for Lula's election to the presidency of the Republic. For the first time he reveals secrets behind the scenes of the political struggle inside the PT and the government itself, where he was chief-of-staff and probable successor of Lula until he was shot down by the denunciations of the so-called "Mensalão". In the first volume of his "Memories" - another will come, with new revelations - he exposes what has never been said about his life and the main leaders of Brazilian politics in the last 50 years. An indispensable book to understand how was the struggle against the military dictatorship, redemocratization, overthrow of President Fernando Collor, opposition to the governments of Fernando Henrique Cardoso, the election of Lula and Dilma and the current political moment of the country. ZÉ DIRCEU memórias vol. I .art dircetion//book&website WEBSITE Many wrote about José Dirceu, with more mistakes than right answers. With time, in prison, he himself wrote the fascinating story of his life. The unpublished backstage of his student militancy in the 1960s, exile and training to become a guerrilla in Cuba, plastic surgery that changed his face, clandestine life in Brazil in the 1970s, a return to legality with amnesty in 1979, and his rise in the Workers Party, where he became president and major responsible for Lula's election to the presidency of the Republic. For the first time he reveals secrets behind the scenes of the political struggle inside the PT and the government itself, where he was chief-of-staff and probable successor of Lula until he was shot down by the denunciations of the so-called "Mensalão". In the first volume of his "Memories" - another will come, with new revelations - he exposes what has never been said about his life and the main leaders of Brazilian politics in the last 50 years. An indispensable book to understand how was the struggle against the military dictatorship, redemocratization, overthrow of President Fernando Collor, opposition to the governments of Fernando Henrique Cardoso, the election of Lula and Dilma and the current political moment of the country. Inspired by the aesthetics of political panflets and propaganda posters in the 70/ 80's in brazil and south america, mostly produced by using sans serif fonts and xerox copy, cut & paste style the old fashion way, the goal was to recreate that organic look and feel of political propaganda at that time and bringing it into a new context, telling the story of Zé Dirceu visually, reduced to 12 key points of his book and life.

Oliver Jurique is a art director, editor, designer and visual artist focused on creating unique experiences and experimental visuals, somewhere in the field between moving and non-moving images. He has created visuals for a variety of media formats , for advertising and political campaigns to title sequences, documentaries, music videos and film.

Born and raised in Germany, he moved to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2005, where he has spent almost 14 years to pursue more work and new experiences as a creative for studios and production houses; exploring new ways of communication between our digital and physical worlds and investigate the boundaries between disciplines. He also holds a bachelors degree in cinema from UNESA, Rio de Janeiro, graduated in 2009.

He has worked for clients such as State Government of Maranhão, Lula Presidential Election Campaign 2018, Globo, Yahoo America Latina, ZDF, Arte, DFROST, Russell Brand and Mandalah and brands including Nissan, H.Stern, Cantão, Eva, Riachuelo, Cadenzza, or Victorinox.

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