The Theo Project - Poster Series @ João Maia

This project was designed to show how Greek mythology influenced popular culture, blending contemporary society with mythology and the past. By combining several subjects—including science, astrology, biology, and even literature—into 

sculptural representations of the Greek gods, a series of posters addressing these issues were created.


The goddess oversaw the holy law as well as the cycle of life and death, despite the fact that she is frequently referred to as only the harvest goddess.

A black asteroid named 1108 Demeter, measuring around 27 kilometres (17 miles) in diameter, was found on May 31, 1929, by German astronomer Karl Reinmuth in the inner asteroid belt. Demeter, the Greek goddess of fertile land and agriculture, is the name given to the asteroid.


Greek mythology-based children's book with Hephaestus as its main character was written by Leon Garfield and Edward Blishen, drawn by Charles Keeping, and released by Longman in 1970. Hephaestus is the god of artisans, craftsmen, fire, and metalworking.

Hephaestus, a baby, is banished from Mount Olympus by his mother Hera at the start of the story. Thetis and Eurynome raise him in a grotto and teach him about numerous Greek creations.


The eldest son of Cronus and Rhea and the ruler of the underworld. He was also the final son to be regurgitated by Cronus. He and his brothers Zeus and Poseidon vanquished the Titans, the gods of their father's age, to seize control of the universe. Zeus got the sky, Hades got the underworld, and Poseidon got the sea.

A tiny, slender species of Typhlops (blind snake) known as GERRHOPILUS HADES has a rounded snout and a prominent pupil. They may be found mostly in tropical areas of Africa, Asia, the Americas, all of Australia's main land, and several islands.


In addition to being the sun god, Apollo was also the deity of music, poetry, prophecy, and archery. Each day, Apollo propelled

the sun across the sky in his chariot made of gold, driven by horses. 

The Apollo programme, also known as Project Apollo, was the third NASA-led American human spaceflight initiative that was successful in putting the first people on the Moon between 1969 and 1972.  At the conference on July 28–29, NASA officially revealed "Project Apollo" and gave the name its approval.


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The Theo Project - Poster Series

O projeto engloba 4 posters dedicados a 4 deuses gregos, que influenciaram a cultura moderna, dando inspiração através dos seus nomes e das suas atribuições. No fundo o projeto é uma junção dos tempos antigos com os tempos modernos.