You don’t have to venture far into Guglielmo Rossi’s portfolio to establish that he is a very, very talented designer. His taste for collaboration, whether at design studio Praline, with M9 Design on the Harvard University Press-published Murty Classical Library of India, or on site-specific projects with art and architecture collective The Decorators, he works with a broad and diverse selection of fellow creatives, resulting in an equally assorted selection of work. The common factor is simply the quality.
If it’s proof you’re after, you’ll find it below. He has implemented a dainty chunk of shorthand text in designing unlikely but effective album artwork for an Italian post-punk band, he live printed posters at the V&A Lates to investigate how people interact with the museum and he worked on a series of recipe posters and paper bags for the Ghanaian shop in Walthamstow with The Decorators. There really is no way of knowing what Guglielmo might do next, but we can assure you, it’s going to be good.