Rezas do Diabo (“Devil’s Prayers”) is a poetry book by Brazilian writer Wencesláu de Queiroz (1863–1921), posthumously published in 1939. Wenceslau’s poems deal with themes such as occultism, satanism, and blasphemy.
This work is the result of César Ganimi’s final project for the Specialization Course in Graphic Design at Campinas State University (Unicamp).
The book measures 17×12 cm and was digitally printed on Pólen Bold 90 g/m², with a screen-printed hardcover. The poems are set in Grenzeby Omnibus-Type. The title on the cover as well as the section numerals, the poem titles and the page numbers useDigestive by Jérémy Landes. In further roles:IM Fell English by Igino Marini for running titles, the imprint, etc., and Syncopate by Stiggy & Sands for additional type on the cover and for section titles.