Visual identity for the experimental classical music festival Presenza; initiated by the cellist Sol Gabetta, Balthazar Soulier and the Orchestra della Svizzera italiana (OSI). The identity refers to the visual language of notation systems and transfers on to the typography.
Offset Printing: Plakatif AG (Zurich), Typefaces: Sculpt and Kanister (Supersoft)
The publication “Listening to Artists” is a handy interview reader. Each interview runs across the two horizontal halves of the book in different layouts, bilingual in parallel. The different dynamics of the conducted conversations create diverse page views, which are held together by the consistently centered artist bios.
Published by: Verlag für moderne Kunst (VfmK), Project Coordination: Inés Goldbach and Ines Tondar, Offset Printing and Binding: Gutenberg Beuys Feindruckerei, Typefaces: Kanister and Sculpt (Supersoft), Special thanks to Yves Graber!
The artist publication “Poem Police” accompanying the exhibition of the same name by Anne-Lise Coste, references various forms of publications, from the poetry album to an art catalog to a manifesto in order to present the exhibition images as well as the three texts.
Project Coordination: Inés Goldbach and Ines Tondar, Offset Printing and Binding: Engelberger Druck AG, Typefaces: Ernest and Cellophan (Supersoft)
Info booklet and poster series for Open Futures and Club La Fafa in partnership with Freiplatzaktion Zürich, raising awareness on the residential status of refugees and migrants in Switzerland. N, F, S, B, C are not just letters, but they determine the lives of refugees and migrants in Switzerland!
Project Coordination: Isabelle Vuong and Nadja Baldini, Offset printing and binding: Offsetdruckerei Karl Grammlich GmbH, Typeface: Cellophan (Supersoft)
Kanister is a free interpretation and concentration of classic transitional typefaces such as Concorde by Günter Gerhard Lange, but drawn with a sharp and raw ductus in mind.
The design for this installation at Kunsthaus Zürich focuses on an areal, detailed view of the space filling artwork by Walter De Maria and unifies multiple perspectives and viewpoints through an interplay of printing techniques as well as the overlapping of shapes and typography.
Project Coordination: Marie-Hélène Thornton, Curator: Mirjam Varadinis, Screen Printing: Brander Siebdruck, Offset Printing: Engelberger Druck, Digital Printing: Uldry, Typefaces: Cellophan 2000 (Supersoft) & Organigramm (Fabio Menet)
As with the architecture itself, the website and identity for Barcelo Baumann Architects uses elements of layering, overlap and transparency to create a connection between graphic mediation and the architecture on display.
The new website and the visual identity for the architecture office is held together by the overlapping yellow stripes always containing the content. The website has a focus on a two-column page layout that, analog to a publication, is intended to invite visitors to view, read, and browse through the office's work.
Curator: Nicolas Kerksieck, Project lead: Nicolas Kerksieck and Ilaria Longo, Digital Printing: Uldry AG, Typefaces: Sculpt Mono, Kanister Mono (Supersoft)
This publication is a fictional architectural monograph that uses typography, photography, and 3D visualizations to establish the notion that visual communication still has a major role in the field of architecture and is instrumental to the fact that we can experience architecture without ever actually seeing it.
Oasi Malaparte was developed as a Bachelor Diploma project at the Zurich University of the Arts and was mentored by Jonas Voegeli, Matthias Michel and Larissa Kasper. Typefaces: Canetis Regular (Supersoft) & Organigramm (Fabio Menet)
Subtype is a variable and user-friendly film subtitle typeface, specifically designed for an application on video platforms on the internet. The typeface contains various features for both conventional and subtitling for non-hearing people and is also as available in five static weights.
Subtype was developed as a Bachelor Diploma project at Zurich University of the Arts and was mentored by Jonas Voegeli, Matthias Michel and Fabian Harb. Supported by: Pro Helvetia Starting Power Program
Exhibition poster for Kaari Upson’s first European solo exhibition at Kunsthalle Basel. The poster combines the visual codes of highway culture of her hometown San Bernadino with the emotional expression of her art.
Zoe Barceló & Filip Despotović form a young and collaborative graphic design studio that gives shape to contemporary culture through visual communication. The Zurich and Basel based studio is active in the fields of art, architecture, culture and education. The focus of their work is on conceptually innovative, as well as participatory design methods.
Their culturally diverse roots inform the studio’s design strategy, which is characterized by progressive ideas, high quality of detail and production, pop cultural references, and a holistic approach in realization. Supersoft aims to engage clients, customers and collaborators in a process that clarifies and articulates the core values and their most representative design and implementation.
Their wide range of services are rooted in storytelling and include: editorial design, web design and online applications, animation, corporate identity and branding, signage and exhibition graphics, 3D-visualizations, photographic realizations as well as custom type design and art direction.
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|2022||Nomination Prix Netzhdk, Zurich University of the Arts|
|2021||Article in wohnrevue Magazine,
October Issue 2021
|2021||Lecture, Experimental Learning Lab, Zurich University of the Arts|
|2020||Pro Helvetia Starting Power Program|
|2020||Nomination Förderpreis, Zurich University of the Arts|
|2018||100 Beste Plakate 18
Germany, Austria, Switzerland
(Langnau Jazz Nights 2018)
|2017||100 Beste Plakate 17
Germany, Austria, Switzerland
(ADC Creative Week)
Code: Zoe Barceló
Portrait: Louis Vaucher