Present during the spring semester as part of his ECAL residency at La Becque, designer Brian Roettinger will discuss his practice and his many projects of international scope through an audiovisual and immersive approach on Wednesday, April 5 at 6pm.
As a partners at Perron–Roettinger, designer Brian Roettinger has worked on creative projects with some of the world’s biggest brands and musicians.
Roettinger’s work is an uncanny union of punk ideology with a conceptually driven mode of modernist design. He frequently employs architectural strategies such as repetition and structure, while subverting this sense of order by manipulating the production process in unexpected or “wrong” ways (think pulling the sheet out of the printer before it is done).
He continues to work with a wide variety of artists and brands (Jay-Z, Florence + The Machine, Mark Ronson, SKKN by Kim, Cartier, ...) taking an holistic approach to the design process from idea to completion.
His work is diverse spanning album packaging, publications, branding, campaigns, and product design. He has been nominated for numerous awards included three Art Direction Grammy’s for album packaging.