Tuesday, March 6, 2007

School Projects//Workshops//Early work ( 2001-2004)

Theese few projects are from my years emerging as a graphic designer. Realised at Uqam (Montreal) and Trento University (Italy), as well as for diverse competitions and workshops around the world, they are my first steps into the world of storytelling.

1. Épreuve de distance, limited edition exhibition catalogue, in collaboration with my amazing typography teacher, Judith Poirier and Marc-André Roy, an absolutely fantastic colleague and designer // Grand Prix Grafika 2004 (Montréal)

2. The visitor, photographic interpretation of Italo Calvino's Les villes Invisibles. A compilation of photographs and traveller's notes taken during a 3 months trip to Trento // Trento University Fellowship (Italy)

3. Ailleurs, typography project: a colelction of short stories for travellers. Silk sreened on hand made paper, all pages «verso» are printed only in varnish so they reveal their message only in certain lighting conditions // awarded at Output 07, (Germany) and part of D&AD new blood collective (London)

4. Shiny Museum, book project for Angela Grauerholz' book class. The book is a museum on paper, Its classification code is based on Samuel Beckett's Quad and the rental system of Waxman, a tuxedo and shoes store. that is also an icon of Montreal //awarded & exhibted Output: 06 (Germany)

6. Minimalist composers, b&w silk screend poster series// awarded & exhibted at TDC 24 (New York) and Output: 06 (Germany)

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