Another talented graduate from ECAL in Lausanne, Clement Rouzaud’s portfolio is a bounty of solid graphic design work. It’s the kind of clean and considered work we’ve come to expect from the Swiss design hub, and it’s Clement’s use of colours that we’re especially fond of. Much of the designer’s work is poster-based showcasing exhibitions for art and furniture shows, where plain sans serif typefaces are interspersed with stock-like imagery and graphic flourishes.
Other projects see Clement working with fellow ECAL graduate Pierrick Brégeon under the moniker Eurostandard. The studio’s projects aim to “solve problems through type, space, image and colour.” In one piece of work the pair has designed a multicoloured catalogue for Milan based publisher Sprint, as the result of a Risograph workshop they did together.
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