Christian Padroni was first featured on It’s Nice That late last year, when we celebrated his “posters for all occasions.” While he’s still very much on top of things poster-wise, his work seems to have taken a new and more mature direction. This is shown in work for some Russian Constructivist-esque graphics and also in his launching of a new agency, Studio Flat.
Based in Italy, the multidisciplinary design studio has worked with clients including Beck’s and Cobra, as well as boasting a wealth of personal projects including some gorgeous type-based monochrome posters and a series of designs for the 36 Days of Type project.
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