Amaury
Hamon

Amaury Hamon

BIO

Bachelor Graphic Design 2014–17 Assistant Bachelor Graphic Design 2017–20 Assistant Centre of technologies 2020–22

Assistant

Lausanne Lumières - 2020

Lausanne Lumières - 2020

with Angelo Benedetto, Vincent Jacquier, Clément Lambelet, Florian Pittet

The project involved around fifty students divided into groups of two. The students, who graduated from ECAL's Visual Communication Department's Bachelors in Graphic Design, Media & Interaction Design and Photography, were supervised by Angelo Benedetto, Vincent Jacquier, Clément Lambelet and Florian Pittet, assisted by Kylan Luginbühl, Amaury Hamon and Julien Gurtner. Out of the 25 sequences produced, 11 were selected to be projected on the tower. https://www.lausannelumieres.ch

Body City

Body City

with Angelo Benedetto, Vincent Jacquier, Mitch Paone (Dia Studio), Jean-Vincent Simonet

Mapping of the Body City show Unique creation imagined for Lausanne en Jeux ! - the animation program of the Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020 - Body City is a show where arts and urban sports meet in an impressive open-air setting, on the central square of Lausanne. "Bodies in fusion with the city", it is from this strong image that Nicolas Musin conceived and realized Body City, a contemporary show questioning the relationship of the young generations to the city. On an open-air stage representing a city in constant mutation, more than 50 performers aged between 9 and 30 will cross their disciplines, bringing together arts and urban sports such as skateboarding, BMX, rollerblading, scooter, parkour and dance. A poetic and spectacular journey in the heart of Lausanne, where video, sound and light are mixed together! Imagined within the framework of Lausanne en Jeux, this show is above all a work of youth supported by art schools and training centers for urban disciplines established in the agglomeration of Lausanne. Thus, Body City has brought together different actors from Lausanne such as students from ECAL (video design), HEMU (composition of the original music and recording of the soundtrack), dancers from the Ecole-Atelier Rudra Béjart (dance and percussion), JDSEvents (hip hop, breakdance) as well as the riders from La Fièvre and the plotters from X-Trem Move. The mapping of the show was created by the students of the Visual Communication Department (BA Graphic Design, BA Photography, BA Media & Interaction Design) under the direction of Vincent Jacquier, Angelo Benedetto, Jean-Vincent Simonet and Mitch Paone while the editing was done by Amaury Hamon and Clément Lambelet.

Workshop with Giliane Cachin

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Workshop with Giliane Cachin

with Giliane Cachin

Poster design communicating a fictitious opening of editorial publications.

Open Days 2018 – Print Shop

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Open Days 2018 – Print Shop

with Benjamin Plantier

Offset Tuning Perfumed cardboards for vehicles. Realised by Pauline Mayor, André Teixeira, Théo Marielle and Loïc Volkart (3CVdg) Offset printed. O' Ciuccio Letterpress posters Realised by Eliott Villars (2CVph) and Simon Jaton (2AV) Printed on a printing press. UNTITLED Letterpress posters Realised by Guillaume Besson, Lucas Haussener and Kenza Saleh (1CVdg) Printed on a printing press. Book, Tale, Page, Read Hot-Foil bookmarks Realised by Eilean Friis-Lund, Amaury Hamon and Thomas Le Provost (Teaching Assistants in Bachelor Graphic Design) Hot-foil printed

Projects

Amaury Hamon – Grandmaster Mind

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Amaury Hamon – Grandmaster Mind

with Diego Bontognali, Gilles Gavillet

Fascinated by the age of externalization of memory we live in, I inquired about its antagonist: the Art of Memory. Grandmaster Mind is an initiatory journey through mnemonic techniques. From beginner to Grandmaster, the book travels through the re-encoding of mundane datas (lists, numbers…) into memorable visual narratives.  The design is built on the duality between data and its mental projection. The digital aesthetic acts as a personal database of pre-existing memories and knowledge—a key to visualize to-be-remembered informations.

27.03.1977 ((1706:50))

GRAPHIC DESIGN

27.03.1977 ((1706:50))

with Gilles Gavillet, Jonathan Hares, Aurèle Sack

27.03.1977 ((1706:50))  aims to analyse forty years later, the different factors which led to the deadliest accident in aviation history—the Tenerife Airport Disaster—which occured in Los Rodeos Airport, in March 27, 1977 in the Canary Islands, in Spain. Gathering official and documentary sources of references, it is a visualization of the interferences, present under multiple sorts: temporal, visual, behavioral and audio. We wish by this book not only to investigate factors of danger in aeronautics, but also to shape a better future for Aviation Security and Air Traffic Control.

Hatred

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Hatred

with Anouk Schneider Agabekov, François Rappo

Hatred aims to decipher the places, individuals and situations that interact with hate-but also the origins, consequences and questions it raises. Each issue of Hatred combines literary essays about hate with other contemporary topics. The theme of this issue is Non-Proliferation, similar to the nuclear weapons treaty. However, the goal is to find ways to end hate. By understanding its origins, it is possible to find more or less peaceful solutions.

Propagandistic Shop Window

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Propagandistic Shop Window

with Nicole Udry

Mo DATA/Co DATA

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Mo DATA/Co DATA

with Jonas Wandeler

The economic crisis is wreaking havoc. As well as the largest multinationals and the local market, competitors are forced to merge to survive. Each student creates a new identity representing the consolidation of two brands in the same sector (eg Gucci Chanel +, + Nestle Unilever, Marlboro Camel + ...).