David
Massara

Projects

David Massara – Ripley

GRAPHIC DESIGN

David Massara – Ripley

with Guy Meldem, Aurèle Sack

Ripley considers how to optimize legibility in an on-screen environment; the idea  is to transpose the legibility rules of body text from print to new media. This typeface is a toolbox that combines a multitude of axes to provide the reader  with ideal reading comfort. Furthermore, the font itself is programmed to respond to light sources. It adapts to ambient surrounding light changes throughout the day, increasing readability, in order to protect the reader from eye strain. This project confirmed my ambition to continue my career in the fi eld of typography.

Projet de création

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Projet de création

with Guy Meldem

Type Design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Type Design

Multiple Choice

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Multiple Choice

with Gilles Gavillet, Jonathan Hares

Type specimen

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Type specimen

Type design displayed on a specimen. Second year course supervised by Aurèle Sack.

Communication of a press article

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Communication of a press article

with Nicole Udry

Communication of a chosen press article. Second year course of graphic design in context, centered on image creation and editorial design.

My First Kiss

GRAPHIC DESIGN

My First Kiss

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.

Time is Form, Form is Time

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Time is Form, Form is Time

with Mitch Paone (Dia Studio)

Portrait

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Portrait

with Diego Bontognali

Political/Futuristic/Historical/Demagogue/Slanderous Portrait Two different layouts of a strictly identical content, in two publications: A – small (+/- A5) B – big (+ A4)

Communication of a press article

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Communication of a press article

with Nicole Udry

Communication of a chosen press article. Second year course of graphic design in context, centered on image creation and editorial design.