Tania
Praz

Projects

Tania Praz – Home Is Where Everything Starts

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Tania Praz – Home Is Where Everything Starts

by Tania Praz

The creative process and space as a musical universe is the basis of this project which analyses the Bedroom Music movement through different media and artists. With the help of six musicians, an analysis of Bedroom Music was carried out. This project presents a musical movement that links intimacy with performance, a DIY approach with a professional one, or solitude with sharing. This work aims to transmit the contrasted and complex universe of this movement. The project is divided into three parts: an intimate, sincere video, a book as a presentation of the movement, and a set design hosting live performances as a conclusion of the research process. These three media respond to each other in a common presentation aiming to immerse the audience in this universe.

Service Design - 2022

GRAPHIC DESIGN

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

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 bachelors had to create multi-media projects. A collaboration of the Visual Communication department which had as subject the SDGs (*Sustainable Development Goals). The theme was called "For a good cause, make the SDGs a reality" and its objective was to allow students to develop a cause that is close to their hearts. Each project consists of at least two different media, one primary and one secondary. These projects could take any form that the students deemed relevant, be it a website, editions, posters, a video sequence or virtual reality.

Communication of an architecture

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Communication of an architecture

with Nicole Udry

Create a communication of a chosen building (a school, a religious space, an office building, a theater, etc.). Second year course of graphic design in context, centered on image creation and editorial design.

Editorial Design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Editorial Design

with Diego Bontognali

Encyclopedia of Demons

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Encyclopedia of Demons

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.

Type specimen

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Type specimen

with Robert Huber

Type design displayed on a specimen.

Communication of an architecture

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Communication of an architecture

with Nicole Udry

Create a communication of a chosen building (a school, a religious space, an office building, a theater, etc.). Second year course of graphic design in context, centered on image creation and editorial design.

Reinterpret Recompose Refer

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Reinterpret Recompose Refer

with Samuel Bregnard

Choose a paperback book on political engagement from a library or bookstore and from this existing book, propose 2 expanded versions of it (adding other texts, images, graphics, etc.). One version must be recomposed without the help of a computer.

Type specimen

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Type specimen

with Aurèle Sack

Type design displayed on a specimen.

Amen Break

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Amen Break

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.

Editorial design

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Editorial design

with Harry Bloch

Bichromix

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Bichromix

with Guy Meldem

Realization of a pamphlet on a subject of your choice, with the following constraints: - use of 2 colours only, in 2 passages, with 2 different printing techniques - 16 pages - 3 copies

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

Lost Records

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Lost Records

with Ronny Hunger

Sometimes you don’t know that something has been lost — until it’s found again. How many brilliant lost, neglected and forgotten artists can there be? How many albums have been forgotten? How many have been lost? How many were rejected by labels because of political content, critical album artworks or band names? How many didn’t make it through a release and were eliminated or shelved for lack of success? How many dreams, hopes and statements were destroyed? We found 8 of these forgotten albums and worked on the record cover artworks, we tried to catch the mystical mood of these lost recordings, we tried to capture this forgotten music and tried to tell these incredible stories.