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Tribute to Masterpieces

GRAPHIC DESIGN

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

PHOTOGRAPHY

Tribute to Masterpieces

with Elodie Anglade

Selection of animated sequences made during a 3D course directed by Elodie Anglade. The students were inspired by a painting and transcribed it into three different scenes.

PROJECTIONS XXL

GRAPHIC DESIGN

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

PHOTOGRAPHY

PROJECTIONS XXL

with Sami Benhadj, Vincent Jacquier

An immersive and magnetic visual environment, created by ECAL students, illuminates the facades of the mudac and Photo Elysée building. As part of an interdisciplinary project within the Visual Communication department of ECAL, students in the Photography, Graphic Design and Media & Interaction Design Bachelors programs developed immersive video projects designed to adorn the facades of Photo Elysée.

Colour Typologies

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Colour Typologies

by Candice Aepli, Amélie Bertholet, Coraline Beyeler, Delphine Brantschen, Léa Corin, Matteo Cortesi, Mathilde Driebold, Eliot Dubi, Marc Facchinetti, Emilie Müller, Dorian Pangallo, Paul Paturel, Hugo Scholl, Diego Steiner, Cyprien Valenza, Alfredo Venti, Arnaud Wenger, Constance Mauler, Flora Hayoz, Lidia Molina González, Vladislav Tschumi

Workshop Atelier Brenda During this week, the students created posters based on Ken Nordine's music album "Color".

Collector

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Collector

with Adeline Mollard

During the visual identity course with Adeline Mollard, the students had to develop an identity project promoting a collection chosen by them. Each project includes the design of a catalogue contextualising and presenting the collection, together with the design of a triptych of posters.

Type Specimen

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Type Specimen

with Robert Huber

Type design displayed on a specimen.

So how can we live better

GRAPHIC DESIGN

So how can we live better

with Nicole Udry

Beyond questions of functionality, comfort and individual or collective well-being, the built environment is able to respond in a stimulating way to societal, energy and environmental challenges. The work space, the living space, the public space, the interior space, the street, are carried by real statements of intent that motivate their forms, following certain principles such as climate transition, densification, ecology and energy transition.... The 2nd year Graphic Design students worked on the production of a communication based on one of these principles (or others) and on the architectural realization which refers to it in order to promote it.

Type specimen

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Type specimen

with Aurèle Sack

Type design displayed on a specimen.

Editorial Design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Editorial Design

with Diego Bontognali

During this editorial design course, the students had to research and compile texts around a theme, based on a selection of texts and songs.  The idea was to produce two editions with identical content but different formats.

Information Design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Information Design

with Angelo Benedetto

During the information design course the students have been asked to design a cartographic poster based on a film in the road movie genre, in a direct or abstract representation.

Image creation

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Image creation

with Guy Meldem

During the Image Creation course with Guy Meldem, the students had to develop a publishing project based on comics. Each project takes the form of a 16-page booklet with two different types of printing.

The secret life of objects

GRAPHIC DESIGN

The secret life of objects

with Adeline Mollard

During the visual identity course, the students had to choose an object that could perform a specific function. Once they had deciphered all the facets of the object, they were asked to come up with a visual identity concept to present the object and show it in a graphic way that best defined it.

Louis Roh – Les chemins perdus

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Louis Roh – Les chemins perdus

with Guy Meldem, Diego Bontognali

Millennia ago, humankind discovered electricity and never stopped exploiting and reinventing it, unconcerned, considering this resource to be infinite. This book, Les Chemins Perdus, opens up new horizons, between dream and fiction, through realistic and poetic notions. What if all the lights went out? It stimulates the imagination and offers readers light, childlike speculation. Interest in illustration, storytelling and printing techniques brings this graphic tale to life. This journey of colours and images appeals to a multi-generational audience, tapping into the potential of children’s books in these tense and confusing times.

Thomas Neyroud – Yours to Play and Win

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Thomas Neyroud – Yours to Play and Win

with Jonathan Hares, Aurèle Sack

Yours to Play and Win is a typeface promotion project on the theme of chess. Letters, just like the game’s pieces, are symbols which become meaningful once they have been activated by abstract human activity, i.e. thought. Referring to Duchamp, the ideographic representations of the cognitive process show their real potential, which goes beyond plain visual organisation. The font belongs to the Egyptian family, which hints to a modern mechanism, while honouring craftsmanship with the serifs. The monocase proportions adapt to the game’s modular elements and the rounded edges add an organic quality to recall the human mind. The text showcases the game’s principles and the ideas as a way to demonstrate the project’s message.

Romain Oederlin – Archetype

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Romain Oederlin – Archetype

with Diego Bontognali, Aurèle Sack

Is what we see real or subjective? Interpretation is always the result of individual apprehension. This is why space can be manipulated to exacerbate desired relationships. In connection with the perception of our environment, this work examines the principle of anamorphosis generated by typographic typefaces designed in three dimensions. Fluctuating between letters and abstraction, these visual structures offer different degrees of legibility depending on the point of view adopted.

Laeticia Jakob – Sabina?

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Laeticia Jakob – Sabina?

with Nicole Udry, Guy Meldem

The “Neovertebra” population continues to decline, decimated by high temperatures and food shortages. Nothing grows outside the greenhouses. To remedy the attacks that threaten the plantations, Sabina and Greg develop a dandelion-based fertiliser. Sabina? is a graphic novel in response to the possible collapse of civilisation. Faced with a certain sense of helplessness and passivity, the technique of hand collage appears as a palimpsest through which history can assume new perspectives. Collected images and personal creations accumulate and decay over the course of this dystopia, encouraging the reader to project and assimilate this information.

Aude Gunzinger – Les Résidences nomades

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Aude Gunzinger – Les Résidences nomades

with Guy Meldem, Nicole Udry

When the usual limits of publishing are pushed back, our senses are confused. We are confronted with new perspectives. Les Résidences Nomades engages the reader in a narrative through movement and body in a 9-meter pictorial language. It depicts a particular place and the customs of those who frequent it. Step by step, we discover a subtle reflection on fantasy, variations in perception and the limits of language.

Alexis Gargaloni – Varia

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Alexis Gargaloni – Varia

with Aurèle Sack, Gilles Gavillet

Influenced by the rise of the metaverse, Varia is a metaphor of the early failure and absurdity of this technology, as well as research about typographic shapes. Mimicking the optimisation phenomena of object in 3D engines (Level of Detail), Varia is composed of three cuts of the same name: 0, 4, 8. While Level 0 seems closer to traditional typography, it is in fact a “smoothed out” version of the previous cuts, which already seeks to synthesise letters down to their most rudimentary forms. From the rigidity of the shapes, the existential constraints that the research brings to light illustrate the retrograde and dystopian vision of the metaverse, while at the same time offering a reassuring reflection of a future geometric transition of our bodies.

Ekaterina Bliznyuk – Photosensitivity warning: following content may cause seizures

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ekaterina Bliznyuk – Photosensitivity warning: following content may cause seizures

with Diego Bontognali, Jonathan Hares

Photosensitive epilepsy is a variant of epilepsy in which the affected person suffers from particular reactions to light and certain static patterns. Due to a lack of awareness of this disorder, our environment contains a large number of visual triggers, which endanger the daily life of photosensitive people. My project reproduces in virtual reality the most harmful locations and elements for photosensitive people, always illustrating two of these variants: the one that is visually accepted and the one that acts as a visual trigger. Being both a graphic designer and a photosensitive person, I sought to highlight the ignorance of this disease, which leads to visual exclusion. This is reinforced by the idea that I myself will never be able to view my own project in its full form.

Michelle Zadio Villarroel – Nativo+Latino

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Michelle Zadio Villarroel – Nativo+Latino

with Gilles Gavillet, Jonathan Hares

Nativo+Latino reinvents the heritage and syncretism of the South American continent. Long shaped by the evangelisation of the indigenous people, the consequences of this mix of identities bears witness to the cultural and religious alienation of Latinos. Gradually, awareness of the indigenous condition has pushed their descendants to honour and revive their cult. This project is a place where Latin communities, who aim to reclaim this heritage that was until now regarded as pagan beliefs, to come together, confront one another and express themselves. Nativo takes the shape of ancestral memories and a collective imagination that reflects a reinterpretation of the practice of Catholicism in Latin America in order to restore power in a hybrid vision of identity.

Laeticia Schwendi – +212 magazine

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Laeticia Schwendi – +212 magazine

with Diego Bontognali, Nicole Udry

Marrakech, nicknamed the “Red City”, offers a vibrant atmosphere and intoxicating fragrances. It is a city that is full of contrasts, where young artists emerge with boldness and contagious passion. +212 Magazine offers a journey to discover these artists and their universe. This work lies in dialogue and collaboration with all participants. It is about creating a genuine connection, exploring interconnections between cultures and bearing witness to the beauty and artistic diversity that emerges. Thus, wearing my different hats, I created this magazine, juggling between artistic direction, writing, interviews and simple discussions. And this is, I hope, only the initial stage of a long journey that will be rich in discoveries.

Tessa Roy – Digital Feminist Manifesto

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Tessa Roy – Digital Feminist Manifesto

with Guy Meldem, Tessa Roy

The Digital Feminist Manifesto website aims to present a set of principles for envisioning the body and its limitless nature in digital spaces, thus taking into account concepts such as inclusivity, the gender spectrum and intersectionality. The site consists of a textual section (the manifesto and its stakes) and avatars that represent one of the many possible interpretations of the body. These avatars are neither linear nor hierarchical; therefore they are organised in an evolving and branching way. Upon entering the site, we find ourselves at the central point of the page, allowing us to explore the site in all directions and discover its possibilities.

Ella Paleni – Trait de caractère

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ella Paleni – Trait de caractère

with Guy Meldem, Gilles Gavillet

The place of the graphic designer in the age of technological advances: today’s world is in constant technological evolution, which raises questions about the place and role of the graphic designer. In this graduation project, I set out to explore this issue by adopting a resolutely manual and artisanal approach. I created a book from A to Z, using traditional manufacturing techniques, from the elaboration of the paper to the final binding. By moving away from the omnipresent process of digitalisation, I sought to express a need to return to the very essence of the graphic design profession. This project highlights the advantages of an artisanal approach in an increasingly digital world. It encourages reflection on the specific skills that graphic designers can bring to the table.

Aude Meyer de Stadelhofen – Pearly skin, Summer hit, Vanished by the wind

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Aude Meyer de Stadelhofen – Pearly skin, Summer hit, Vanished by the wind

with Diego Bontognali, Guy Meldem

The beach is a conflicting space. At once romantic and ridiculous, timeless and urgent, a fantasised empty space and a crowded shore, a place of freedom and a border. Pearly Skin, Summer Hit, Vanished by the Wind is a trace, a metaphor for the representations of the beach in the collective imagination today, before its disappearance. The newspaper, divided into three themes – anthropology, climate and migration – juxtaposes dreamlike images, factual news, necessary texts and meaningless advertisings. These different languages emphasise the paradoxical complexity of the place. Using cyanotype, the sheet becomes skin, and the print becomes a tan. The back and forth of the waves marks the pages, strewn with grains of sand and sun cream.

Antonin Maudry – Coemeter

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Antonin Maudry – Coemeter

with Aurèle Sack, Jonathan Hares

Coemeter offers a reinterpretation of the Trajan typeface. This font is rich in history, from the Roman stones on which it first appeared to its various contemporary adaptations in stone engraving, predominantly found on funerary monuments in the Western world. This typographic work is showcased on a website. A digital cemetery awaits, where you can engrave your tombstone and personalise your mourning space. Coemeter plays on dualities, i.e. the sacred and the profane, history and anachronism, matter and consciousness. This unpretentious and poetic experience invites us to reconsider our connection with stone, memory and loss.

Vera Gonzalez Ponce – Starlight

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Vera Gonzalez Ponce – Starlight

with Guy Meldem, Nicole Udry

Starlight is a magazine that celebrates inclusion, socio-cultural diversity and sexuality through reggaeton. It is a tool that is designed to give a voice to people who are often marginalised, in order to highlight the invisibilities of our society. This issue offers keys to understanding and food for thought for a more equitable society. Desire manifests itself through images and these always have a primary intention. They are mainly dominated by the male gaze, but by taking things into our own hands this can change. It is possible to reverse perspectives and power dynamics. Be the protagonists of your own desires. Be proud of your own bodies. Be the stars of your own fantasies and of your lives.

Agathe Bourrée – Informal Pictures

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Agathe Bourrée – Informal Pictures

with Gilles Gavillet, Nicole Udry

Each year, the seven most influent countries in the world gather to discuss international matters for a weekend hosted by one of the members. Informal Pictures is an inquiry that aims to recreate the atmosphere of these meetings, which lead to major decisions regarding international politics. It is an attempt to understand the influence of the press on the collective imaginary, with regard to those major political events. The study uses graphic design tools and mainstream journalistic sources to recreate an image that never existed, a missing image of political dinners during the annual G7. Those informal images are recreated based on what the newspapers say and used as input in an artificial intelligence to shape the intention of the picture.

Ambre Louineau – Helix

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ambre Louineau – Helix

with Jonathan Hares, Gilles Gavillet

Helix is a science popularisation project inspired by Isabella Maria Pasqualini’s thesis, entitled “Embodied Space in Architecture, Cognitive Neuroscience and Virtual Reality”, carried out at EPFL Architecture. The book focuses on the links of the human body with architecture and neuroscience, offering an interpretation and an appropriation of the thesis. To do this, the book explores the vector representation of the four chapters, alternating with photographic fragments illustrating the integration of the human body into the architecture of the book.

Leoni Limbach – Wild Tales

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Leoni Limbach – Wild Tales

with Nicole Udry, Aurèle Sack

A flower is not just a flower, it is all living beings that depend on it to bloom. In the context of the biodiversity crisis, this book is a response to Gilles Clément's manifesto The Third Landscape. The landscaper calls for the revaluation of the spaces along our roads of cities. Between over-urbanisation and excessive agricultural monoculture, these forgotten marginal spaces are recolonised by pioneering, wild flora, regenerating ecosystems that are rich in biodiversity. Unlike the herbarium, which proceeds by fragmentary analysis, this project analyses relationships between living beings. Wild Tales is a book of atmospheric illustrations that invites us to draw from the varied colours and shapes of this space as well as the wild stories that make it up.

Benoît Rochat – Harmonic Structures

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Benoît Rochat – Harmonic Structures

with Nicole Udry, Jonathan Hares

Harmonic Structures is an attempt to develop a modular and musical graphic language that could form the basis of a sound architecture. The first issue reviews information specific to the building and the population of Le Lignon in Geneva, in order to apply it in a two-dimensional musical notation system. Finally, these data are interpreted by a musician using an MPC 1000 to communicate in acoustic terms what precisely constitutes the building.

Marjolaine Rey – Ici prochainement votre appartement

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Marjolaine Rey – Ici prochainement votre appartement

with Aurèle Sack, Diego Bontognali

Ici Prochainement Votre Appartement is the transition from private property to public space. On the eve of moving out of the family home, but especially in view of its imminent demolition, I have placed La Maison (The House) in a brand-new space, i.e. a book. This book, more than a personal monologue, is an invitation to enter through text and image. From the gate to the garden to the door, all the way to the attic, where the library lies. Iconography drawn from this library has an impact on the layout of the entire volume. The space of the book is my playground. The quarto format conceals half of the content between the pages. It is up to the readers to decide whether or not they want to enter each room of La Maison when they visit. Welcome to my home, soon to be yours…

Ianka Jean-Marie – HYPER-OBJETS

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ianka Jean-Marie – HYPER-OBJETS

with Gilles Gavillet, Nicole Udry

Part art book, part science textbook, this meta-encyclopaedia evokes the risks of global warming. Going beyond the usual paradigms of the Anthropocene era, these phenomena are known as HYPER-OBJECTS. Through the reading of a simplified language, this system of mental maps conceptualises these complex phenomena. In the context of the ecological crisis, the materialisation of this ecological thinking allows us to measure our impact, while reinterpreting the phenomenon of the end of the world in a more tangible way. Through this visual archaeology, we search for traces of our contemporary civilisation, questioning our relationship with the future. In truth, doesn’t this object bear witness to the destructive movement of the end of the world?

Pablo Felley – 606

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Pablo Felley – 606

with Gilles Gavillet, Guy Meldem

606 is a travelling and modular art space, built from shipping containers. Every three months, the space changes location and layout. 606 invites local artists to create new universes at the intersection of technology and reality. 606 comes to life at night and showcases its identity through constantly evolving 360-degree projections, which cover and transform the structure of the containers. 606 also exists throughout the city through animated posters that offer a new interpretation of the projected visuals. The communication of 606 is simultaneously developed in 3D, 2D and in rhythm.

Alice Villars – Mirù

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Alice Villars – Mirù

by Alice Villars

Mirù is an exploration of the transmission and itinerancy of my mother’s life through interdependent objects, dresses and a book. Clothes say a lot about someone. More than appearance, they are a fertile ground for graphic expression and self-expression. I created five dresses using archive material. The composition of the dresses incorporates ornamental forms and graphic elements, pictures. Each dress becomes an address from my mother’s life, representing a particular atmosphere that gives clues to her story. The editing, meanwhile, creates a loop between the dresses and the book, a place where everything comes together. Mirù plunges into the history and emotions of a life, conveyed through clothes and words.

Hugo Jauffret – Red Sea Last Hope

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Hugo Jauffret – Red Sea Last Hope

with Nicole Udry, Jonathan Hares

Recent scientific studies reveal that Red Sea corals are more resilient than average to rising water temperatures. This unique coral refuge on earth gives great hope to scientists and allows them to analyse factors of coral resistance before they to eventually disappear. Red Sea Last Hope combines scientific reports, expedition accounts and geopolitical archives, aiming to raise awareness about the gradual disappearance of corals while highlighting the influence of the geopolitics of the Red Sea, which is delaying research.

Ilaria Citti – KRUMP

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Ilaria Citti – KRUMP

with Gilles Gavillet, Diego Bontognali

As a Krump dancer, I have noticed a lack of editorial content dedicated to this dance. Originating in the underprivileged areas of South Central in Los Angeles in the 1990s, Krump is a way for dancers to express their anger, aggression, frustration and pain in a positive way. This book sheds light on the spirit of this dance through its codes: its community spirit, its vocabulary, its music and its competitions. By seeking to meet those involved in the dance scene in Switzerland, I hope to offer an authentic perspective on this movement.

Alice Moor – Baraonda

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Alice Moor – Baraonda

with Aurèle Sack, Guy Meldem

Baraonda is a playful system designed to help run creative activities. The workshop is based on a wheel of fortune made up of several circles that determine the characteristics and rules that will be put in place. Nine stages have been devised, starting with the widest circle and working down to the narrowest. A working theme is determined, followed by a technique, different materials, colours, and so on. In addition to the series of circles, I developed various materials to support the workshops: wooden stencils, a collection of images and self-adhesive letters. The development of the project and the results of the activities carried out in primary school classes in Lausanne have been brought together in a printed edition. The whole package comes in a cloth-covered cardboard box.

LA POSTE × ECAL

GRAPHIC DESIGN

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

LA POSTE × ECAL

with La Poste, Vincent Jacquier, Angelo Benedetto

For the Swiss Post Office, students from ECAL's Bachelor Graphic Design and Bachelor Media & Interaction Design are creating a postage stamp based on artificial intelligence. Thanks to augmented reality, Metascape transports Swiss Post users into an imaginary and poetic universe on the way to a destination that remains elusive.

Hyperlab

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Hyperlab

with Vincent Jacquier, Angelo Benedetto, Ali-Eddine Abdelkhalek, Jean-Vincent Simonet, Clément Rouzaud

In collaboration with the HYPEROUEST music festival, ECAL students were given the opportunity to design a visual installation in the room adjacent to the festival's ephemeral club, located on the Veillon wasteland in Crissier. For this project, 1st-year students worked in groups, mixing Bachelors in Graphic Design, Media & Interaction Design and Photography. Their main objective was to create powerful and creative visual sequences around the central theme of "HYPER". At the same time, second-year students in the Graphic Design option enriched this project by developing the exhibition's visual identity. These interdisciplinary collaborations stimulated exchanges and encouraged visual cohesion, connecting the different ideas and reinforcing the "laboratory" and experimental aspect of the project.

Remix

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Remix

by Candice Aepli, Amélie Bertholet, Coraline Beyeler, Delphine Brantschen, Léa Corin, Matteo Cortesi, Mathilde Driebold, Eliot Dubi, Marc Facchinetti, Sébastien Follet, Emilie Müller, Dorian Pangallo, Paul Paturel, Adam Saragoussi, Hugo Scholl, Diego Steiner, Cyprien Valenza, Alfredo Venti, Arnaud Wenger

Workshop with Helmo During this week, the students created a new version of vinyl cover by remixing their graphic elements.

Lott of Prints

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Lott of Prints

with Guy Meldem

During this week, students organized a lottery. Printed in offset, the modular posters that turned into cards enabled the first lottery at ECAL.

The Things I Missed While Scrolling

GRAPHIC DESIGN

The Things I Missed While Scrolling

by Rebecca Alfandary, Valentin Bonzon, Jonas Buxcel, Camille Choquard, Alexandra Cupsa, Sacha Décoppet, Morgane Gilliéron, Flaurant Kadrija, Yohann Kampmann, Simon Maurer, Delphine Moënnat, Monica Müller, Océane Pasteur, Luca Reichenbach, Luca Riva, Angeline Rossetti, Pierre Teissier, Baptiste Torrent, Elsa Trummer, Chloé Vandewalle

Workshop with Stephanie Specht During the week the students had to produce one poster that makes people aware of their phone use, make them stand still. They had design their poster so that it inspires from a distance, and informs up close.

Music made visual

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Music made visual

by Rebecca Alfandary, Valentin Bonzon, Jonas Buxcel, Camille Choquard, Alexandra Cupsa, Sacha Décoppet, Morgane Gilliéron, Flaurant Kadrija, Yohann Kampmann, Simon Maurer, Delphine Moënnat, Monica Müller, Océane Pasteur, Luca Reichenbach, Luca Riva, Angeline Rossetti, Pierre Teissier, Baptiste Torrent, Elsa Trummer, Chloé Vandewalle

Workshop with Brian Roettinger This workshop was a typographic exploration/exercise on how typography can express musical feeling/tone. The students used the lyrics as a graphic material. With the as their only source material they had to create one poster.

Dialogue

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Dialogue

with Gilles Gavillet & Jonathan Hares

As part of the publishing course taught by Gilles Gavillet and Jonathan Hares, the 3rd year students worked on the layout of dialogue. They began by selecting a dialogue that had potential for visual creation. After identifying the graphic challenges of their subject, they defined an editorial solution.

Visual Identity

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Visual Identity

with Adeline Mollard

During the visual identity course, the 1st year Graphic Design bachelors had to realize a communication project around a district of Lausanne.

The Other Olympics

GRAPHIC DESIGN

The Other Olympics

with Nicole Udry

During the third special week of the semester, the 1st year Graphic Design bachelors had to create a communication project around the rules of a sport that is not part of the Olympic Games.

Dialogue

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Dialogue

with Gilles Gavillet & Jonathan Hares

As part of the publishing course taught by Gilles Gavillet and Jonathan Hares, the 3rd year students worked on the layout of dialogue. They began by selecting a dialogue that had potential for visual creation. After identifying the graphic challenges of their subject, they defined an editorial solution.

Création d'image

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Création d'image

with Guy Meldem

During the image creation course with Guy Meldem, the students had to develop an editorial project around the faux. Each student chose an artist trying to reproduce his or her style through the creation of a 16-page booklet.

Editorial Design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Editorial Design

with Harry Bloch

During the editorial design course with Harry Bloch, the 1st year students developed, during the fall semester, an edition around a personal survey.

Image Creation

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Image Creation

with Guy Meldem

In the course of the Image Creation course taught by Guy Meldem, third year students choose the subject they wish to work on. They develop their own technique and approach to image-making in preparation for their diploma project and their future professional practice.

Service Design - 2022

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Service Design - 2022

with Angelo Benedetto, Vincent Jacquier, Pauline Saglio

During the service design course, the 3rd year of the Graphic Design, Photography and Media & Interaction Design bachelor's degree programs realized multi-media projects. A collaboration of the Visual Communication department with the theme of SDGs (*Sustainable Development Goals). The theme named "For a good cause, make the SDGS a reality" aims to develop a cause close to the heart of the different student groups. Each project is composed of at least two different supports, one primary and one secondary. The projects could therefore take any form the students deemed relevant, be it a website, editions and posters, a video sequence, or even virtual reality.

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