Geneva-based graphic design and research studio Futur Neue was founded by Constance Delamadeleine, Alex Dujet and Sébastien Mathys. The studio works in print and interactive design, creating identities, websites, signage and typefaces, as well as research design for various cultural institutions, businesses and individuals.
Futur Neue’s portfolio is a cool mix of posters, books and typefaces. Standout projects include À ce soir, Musée Imaginaire, a book about a novel by Laure Adler that analyses the text through images, objects and typography. Other works are simply designed posters printed using interested techniques like Type Item #4, which achieves its rough finish from a rusted and broken laser toner.
Keeping mostly to a palette of black, white, blue and grey with clean-cut typefaces, Futur Neue embodies the uncomplicated and communicative nature of Swiss graphic design as seen by other studios and designers including Michel Egger, Kasper Florio and Supero.
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