Visual identity of the summer festival of the Italian city of Trieste. The design includes three animated posters, two programmes and a mobile website. Photos by Roberto Pastrovicchio, designed at Studio Mut.
Visual identity of the Freiburg Festival 2018, featuring 16 international productions across theatre, dance, music and performance. The design includes an interactive poster and four programmes. Photos by Marc Dorandzillo, designed at Studio Mut.
The Society of the Spectacle
Guy Debord was the subversive leader of the European avant-garde group Situationist International. His 1967 book is largely considered a visionary critique of modern society and a precursor of punk. The redesign combines the original text, translated in English by Ken Knabb, with still-frames of Guy Debord's namesake movie of 1972.
Busk Meran 2017
Visual Identity of Busk, a street music festival held in the South-Tyrolean city of Merano. The poster splits into 12 different flags, each given to every musician taking part in the festival. Photos by FranzLab Carmen Alber, designed at Studio Mut.
Zug Nach Rathaus Spandau
A journey in the Berlin U7. Using my iPhone, I stole a picture at every stop. Passengers became the random protagonists of this story: their provenance is unknown, but for ephemeral moments of our lives we shared a destination. Photographed without permission (of course).
Cantatrix Sopranica L.
The Cantatrix Sopranica L. is a minor work of the French author Georges Perec. The text, at first glance a scientific article, actually only mocks the style of an academic paper. Supported by graphics, neologisms and fake references, Perec brilliantly describes the effects of tomato–throwing at bad singers.
Imitating the style adopted by the Deutsche Bahn for the multi-material garbage bins, I designed a kit of decals displaying words related to racism and fascism. The decals are meant to be applied on the single bins, which are usually unlabelled. The message? Throw racism away!