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The logo can be explained as a game of distortion and experimentation of the typography, to reflect construction and deconstruction, a reality present in any shipyard. From the metallic and raw colours emerge the unstable textures of mud, wood, soil and water. The mud comes from Cávado's riverbanks near the shipyard; the eroded wood from the place where once were built majestic ships that sailed the seven seas and now rest at the bottom of the river; and the soil and water come from the connection the people from Esposende have with these natural elements. Particularly noteworthy is the fact that these textures were created from dissecting and drying seaweed in a process carried out by Cristiano Campos.

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