Elena Rendina Studio Website, 2017
Concept and design by Dual Room, coded by Leonardo Angelucci.
For the first time, Dual Room directed with Davide Fornari the issue 14 of the magazine Artichoke, magazine made by the students of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, SUPSI. For this number of Artichoke I chose the theme of “School of the Future” because while we were working on the magazine also the building works were begun for the new SUPSI Campus in Mendrisio. I invited to join us the photographer Jean-Vincent Simonet to create together with the students all the pictures.
Reference monograph on the singularly radical work of Michel Parmentier—an important addition to the history of painting in the second half of the 20th century. éditions Loevenbruck, Paris. Direction: Hervé Loevenbruck, project manager: Alexandra Schillinger, editor: Guy Massaux, concept and design: Ludovic Balland, Typography Cabinet, Basel with Emmanuel Crivelli .
Art direction and design for the magazine Dorade, winner of the 2012 Swiss Design Awards. “Brilliant and sinuous, collector of photographic discoveries and forms of criticism, Dorade is an artistic periodical where mermaids admit to their slightly fishy odor…” www.dorademagazine.com
Workshop at the Istituo Svizzero di Roma and design of the newspaper in collaboration with Ludovic Balland, graphic designer. “Printed Talks in the City” was an 8-day workshop at the “Swiss Institute” in Milan (November 2012) lead by Emmanuel Crivelli and Ludovic Balland. We printed 10 posters based on an interview with famous Printer and Editor Pizzi, about the situation in printing sector today. The posters were printed on a hand-type machine. Photographies in the city by Salvatore Gozzo.
Design of the communication campaign and catalogue for the exhibition of artist Christopher Füllemann (Forms & Lovers) and “Accrochage”, an exhibition devoted to the contemporary art scene in the french speaking part of Switzerland. In collaboration with Cédric Raccio.
The graphic identity of ArtParis was designed as an all-purpose visual, adaptable to different scales, formats and media such as: catalogues, guides, posters, banners, leaflets, press conference kits, communication items, signage system and merchandising items. The logo was inspired by the glass roof (verrière) of the Grand Palais where the Art Fair took place. Art direction and design for ArtParis 2011 in collaboration with Philippe Jarrigeon for Agent Créatif(s). Font designed in collaboration with Ian Party.
Art direction and design of the communication and exhibition for Sunny Memories, a project by EPFL+ECAL Lab on the new dye solar cell technology invented at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Photos: Daniela Droz and Tonatiuh Ambrosetti. Scenography by Big Game.