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Samantha Trinkler – Legatum Digitalis

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Samantha Trinkler – Legatum Digitalis

Diploma project by Samantha Trinkler

Our lives have become increasingly digitalised. The expanse of our online activity results in a digital footprint that will live on well after we pass. Despite growing concerns about the data we leave behind, only a small number of people are actively planning their own digital legacy. However, for those who wish to plan ahead, access to information on the process of digital inheritance is scarce, lacking in legal uniformity, and often reduces our entire digital presence to a mere three or four steps. Oftentimes, the law contradicts most platforms’ terms and conditions. This project challenges the lack of sensitivity shown to the people behind these profiles that will be inherited and speculates on future inheritance processes whilst providing a contextual, legal, and statistical overview.

Visual identity

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Visual identity

Studio project with Atlas Studio

Visual Identity

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Visual Identity

Studio project with Atlas Studio

GRAM - Dynamic Identity

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

GRAM - Dynamic Identity

Studio project with Angelo Benedetto

Dynamic identity for the fictional art space GRAM (Galerie Romande d'Art Moderne) proposed by Viktor Gagné as part of the Dynamic Display course led by Angelo Benedetto.

EVA - Dynamic Identity

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

EVA - Dynamic Identity

Studio project with Angelo Benedetto

Dynamic identity for the fictional art space EVA (Espace Veveysan d'Architecture) proposed by Odran Jobin as part of the Dynamic Display course led by Angelo Benedetto.

CNAE - Dynamic Identity

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

CNAE - Dynamic Identity

Studio project with Angelo Benedetto

Dynamic identity for the fictional art space CNAE (Centre Neuchâtelois d'Arts Expérimentaux) proposed by Gary Sandoz as part of the Dynamic Display course led by Angelo Benedetto.

Guillaume Pavia – Medium is the Party

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Guillaume Pavia – Medium is the Party

Diploma project by Guillaume Pavia

Medium is the Party aims to communicate and defend the importance and benefits of partying while bringing together a worldwide community around these claims.

Inés Barrionuevo – L10n

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Inés Barrionuevo – L10n

Diploma project by Inés Barrionuevo

L10n is an independent web platform and magazine allowing the geolocation of a quality but non-mediatised movement. It supports artists and aims to compensate for social inequalities.

Cryptocurrency

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Cryptocurrency

Workshop with Marietta Eugster

During this workshop, each student had to design a poster presenting a cryptocurrency. Each student had to visually reinterpret the characteristics of his cryptocurrency while taking into account an imposed grid in constant evolution. The posters printed with the plotter will then be overprinted.

Encyclopedia of Demons

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Encyclopedia of Demons

Workshop with Atlas Studio

After choosing a demon from Theresa Bane's Encyclopedia of Demons, each student had to visually reinterpret the characteristics of their demon in several ways. A stencil printing technique (cutting a sheet of paper) allowed students to create their visuals on the spot and independently.

Signal Spectacle

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Signal Spectacle

Workshop with Marion Pinaffo, Raphaël Pluvinage

Signal Spectacle – Graphical motion experiments using only different papers and mechanics. A one week workshop led by Marion Pinaffo and Raphaël Pluvinage. Assisted by Benoît Chastenet De Gery and Sébastien Matos.

Niki Paltenghi – CSX369

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Niki Paltenghi – CSX369

Diploma project with Gilles Gavillet, Jonathan Hares

“CSX369” features research on the potential of variable fonts in the ASCII technique. A technical quality is identified – that of precise quantification between two instances – and used for colour mixing through typography. Letters are tripled in the same position and each one has a primary colour. Their interspersed variations create secondary, tertiary, etc. hues. The system is implemented with an image processing tool. The research is presented with a specimen and some posters. Prix de l’ECAL

Amen Break

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Amen Break

Workshop with Vincent Devaud

Creation of a poster on a piece of music of one' s choice, using the Amen Break sample. The poster is composed of two layers: a typographic layer and an abstract layer explaining the rhythm. In a second step, the posters of each student were reduced to A5 format and the layers exchanged. The result was silkscreen printed.

EXAM - Dynamic Identity

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

EXAM - Dynamic Identity

Studio project with Angelo Benedetto

Dynamic identity for the fictional art museum EXAM (Experimental Art Museum) proposed by Jamy Herrmann as part of the Dynamic Display course led by Angelo Benedetto.

ESAP - Dynamic Identity

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

ESAP - Dynamic Identity

Studio project with Angelo Benedetto

Dynamic identity for the fictional art space ESAP (Espace d'Art Prélaz) proposed by Elodie Anglade as part of the Dynamic Display course led by Angelo Benedetto.

CASP - Dynamic Identity

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

CASP - Dynamic Identity

Studio project with Angelo Benedetto

Dynamic identity for the fictional architecture space CASP (Contemporary Architecture Space) proposed by Soraya Camina as part of the Dynamic Display course led by Angelo Benedetto.

PACC - Dynamic Identity

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

PACC - Dynamic Identity

Studio project with Angelo Benedetto

Dynamic identity for the fictional art space PACC (Experimental Art Museum) proposed by Martial Grin as part of the Dynamic Display course led by Angelo Benedetto.

Information design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Information design

Studio project with Angelo Benedetto

For 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.

An addendum for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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An addendum for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Workshop with Roosje Klap

During this workshop, all students were asked to write an extension article for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which together formed an addendum for this historical text. It has formed a new part of the temple that hold and protect our humanity. To provide contextual background to the work, students had been reading and discussing an article each day, followed by a daily topic. By the end of the week, an extension of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was celebrated in the form of 20 flags and a collaborative video of 20×20 seconds.

1,15m²

GRAPHIC DESIGN

1,15m²

Workshop with Sacha Léopold (Syndicat)

During this workshop week, the students worked on the curation, mediation and placement of their own exhibition. The students selected a corpus of works from the iconographic and textual collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, both based in New York. The exhibition space, 1.15m² (refering to the surface area of an F4 poster) is printable, hangable and foldable. It is both a surface but also a base or a volume. The students' results question the means of reproduction and representation of the works in the design of an exhibition.

Workshop with Giliane Cachin

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Workshop with Giliane Cachin

Workshop with Giliane Cachin, Amaury Hamon

Poster design communicating a fictitious opening of editorial publications.

Workshop Gilles de Brock

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Workshop Gilles de Brock

Workshop by Pauline Baldinetti, Inés Barrionuevo, Emilie Bouchet, Emma Chapuis, Isabel Garcia Argos, Hugo Hectus, Elena Najdovski, Julie Neuhaus, Thaïs Nguyen Huu, Lynne Nougou, Laetitia Paroz, Guillaume Pavia, Ares Pedroli, Amanda Puna, Julie Ryser, Samuel Schmidt, Timo Tiffert, Laura Trummer, Adeline Vermot

Screenprinting workshop supervised by Gilles de brock, assisted by Sylvain Croci-Torti

Clémentine Rousset – Sometimes I feel like I am taken less seriously

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Clémentine Rousset – Sometimes I feel like I am taken less seriously

Diploma project by Clémentine Rousset

Sometimes I feel like I am taken less seriously is a series of posters whose aim is to shed light on the various issues related to gender inequality encountered by women in the graphic design field. Through testimonials which have become slogans, the project highlights everyday-life facts, often seen as normal, but which contribute to maintaining a situation where being a female graphic designer can become a challenge. The use of the letterpress to produce these posters allowed me to make my views known and to assert myself as a committed graphic designer.

My First Kiss

GRAPHIC DESIGN

My First Kiss

Workshop with Emmanuel Crivelli

Poster design about "My First Kiss", with Emmanuel Crivelli (Dual Room). All the students wrote down their first kiss story. Following this, all stories were anonymously shared before being redistributed.

Adventures in typography

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Adventures in typography

Workshop with Tony Brook (SPIN), Claudia Klat (SPIN)

Orbis Pictus Politicus

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Orbis Pictus Politicus

Workshop with Jonas Vögeli

Bloc Week with Jonas Vögeli (Hubertus Design)

Sensory Augmentation & Brain Plasticity

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Sensory Augmentation & Brain Plasticity

Workshop with Philip Schuette

This one-week workshop with Philip Schuette allowed first-year Media & Interaction Design students to imagine projects around our five senses. How could certain objects or technologies increase or improve the way we perceive our environment? Five projects came out of this week, all based on a different sense. More informations here

Moving Posters

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Moving Posters

Workshop with Jürg Lehni

During this one week workshop led by Jürg Lehni, the students have explored and made experiments with the Paper.js framework. More projects here

Communication Machines - Workshop by Niklas Roy

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Communication Machines - Workshop by Niklas Roy

Workshop with Niklas Roy

During a one week, we investigated the role of devices and protocols in our communication behaviors in order to come up with new communication devices, beyond the smartphone. We started out with some low-tech experiments, where we tried to transmit messages in morse code by pulling on a rope. A subsequent brainstorming session structured our thoughts and knowledge about communication methods, contents, and devices in general. www.niklasroy.com

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