Type Item #4 Toner Trash TN 2010 — Posters 2016
Printed parts with a rusted and trashed Brother lazer toner
Neue #00 (Pilot) Exhibition — Research Revue 2015
Bourse de la Ville de Genève, Centre d'Art Contemporain Geneva
Fondation Bodmer — Signage 2015
Signages for Zao Wou-Ki & Henri Michaux
+ Les Livres de la Liberté exhibitions
Type Item #2 — Book 2015 / www.facebook.com/typeitem
Type Item #1 — Paper 2015 / www.facebook.com/typeitem
Ezekiel — Merchandizing + Mini Movie 2014
See the movie www.instagram.com/ezekielclothing —
Mapping References — Workshop 2014
26th Brno Biennial
Happyland Exhibition by Authentic Boys — Identity 2014
Espace Le Commun, B.A.C. Geneva — Switzerland.
Happyland's Invitational + Archives — Websites 2014
Anaïs Pierquet — Identity 2014
Mix Model Management — Identity 2012
Work in collaboration with Base Design NYC
2/3 Website — 2012
2/3 The Red Factory — Report Activity 2012
See the movie www.deuxsurtrois.ch/theredfactory.mp4
Vickyh Destinations GVA ZRH — Identity 2012
Futur Neue is an independent, Geneva-based, graphic design and research design studio, founded by Constance Delamadeleine, Alex Dujet and Sébastien Mathys. The Studio covers works in all areas of print and interactive design. We make editorial design, brand identities, websites, research design, signage and typefaces for cultural institutions, businesses and individuals.
Schweizer Graphiker Verband
Unione Svizzera dei Grafici
Union Suisse des Graphistes
Publications / Exhibitions
× Bourse de la Ville de Genève
Exhibition of “Neue Revue” at Centre d’Art Contemporain (Geneva), a self-initiated project by Futur Neue that talks about references in the graphic design landscape.
× Il progetto dell’essenziale
M. Strata and A. Guccini from Institute European of Design (Milan), created a book project called “Il progetto dell’essenziale”. Alex shared a mixed interview, with D. Moya and S. Hayez. p.150 to p.157 (italian only). www.issuu.com
× Form Magazine #253
Alex W. Dujet interviewed in “Form Magazine” as young Geneva based swiss graphic designer. www.form.de
× Type Only Book
Through the work of around 100 graphic designers from around the world, Type Only explores the communicative and emotive power of type when used in isolation. www.uniteditions.com — typeonly.tumblr.com
× Werkschau Augsburg Book
Alex W. Dujet interviewed in “Werkschau Book”, regarding the influence of young creatives in the graphic design market. www.werkschau.hs-augsburg.de
× 1946, 1947, 1948 Workshop Book
Recouper les livres des années oubliées des “Plus Beaux Livres Suisses de 1946, 1947, 1948”. With Roland Früh & Corina Neuenschwander. www.niggli.ch
× Panorama Brochure
Selection of works made in 2011 for the exhibitions Panorama I & II, curated by Schönherwehrs. centre.ch/panorama
× idpure n°23 (Under League)
Swiss magazine of graphic design and visual creation, selection of works for the Portfolio part. www.idpure.ch
× Panorama II (Under League)
Schönherwehrs invites spectators at Museum für Gestaltung Zürich to explore the graphic design landscape of Western Switzerland. 02/09 — 03/09/2012. www.centre.ch/panorama
× HEAD — Geneva
Invitation for a talk about graphic design strategy with 2nd year students at HEAD — Haute Ecole d'Art et de Design. 12/16/2011. www.hesge.ch/head
× Monstre Festival
Exhibition of a screen printed poster on the theme “Titan” made in collaboration with Aurélie Vogt of League. 11/18 — 11/20/2011. www.lemonstre.ch
× Panorama I (Under League)
Schönherwehrs invites spectators at the Centre d’Art Contemporain Geneva for an exhibition about the graphic design landscape of western Switzerland. 03/05 — 06/26/2011. www.centre.ch/panorama
× Screaming At a Wall
Swiss Rock poster exhibition at Rez du Palais de Rumine, Lausanne (CH). 03/03 — 11/04/2010
× Summary articles
Delamadeleine, C. (2015). Les affiches du Secours suisse d’hiver (1936-2011): 75 ans de tradition. www.globalwarning.ch (in press).
× Contributions to books
Delamadeleine, C. (2015). The last fifty years of graphic design in French speaking Switzerland: a status report, in:
R. Lzicar, D. Fornari (eds.), Mapping Graphic Design History in Switzerland (in press).
Workshops / Research projects
× Mapping References, Workshops Tour
Since 2014, Ernst organizes a nomadic workshop tour titled “Mapping References” every year in a different country in order to bring together graphic designer, students and teacher who address different themes such as cultural identity, traditions through the graphic design spectre. The purpose of this project is to share knowledge, ideas, practices and approaches of the discipline in order to build intercultural understanding, enhance its own graphic traditions and specially to strengthen cultural diversity.
We initiated the first workshop during the Graphic design Biennale in Brno in September 2014 with a group of students from the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (see below).
The format of the workshop will be offered in a number of schools and colleges of applied arts. The results will then be valued in a touring exhibition.
× Workshop #2: LEBANON
The forthcoming will take place in Holy Spirit University of Kaslik. More information are coming soon.
× Workshop #1: CZECH REPUBLIC
Brno, 26th International Biennal of Graphic Design 19th September, 2014. www.27.bienalebrno.org
We initated the first Workshop with a group of students from The Hague Royal Academy of Art with the following issue: Designers consciously or unconsciously base their work on references. These can be historic (archives) or contemporary (environment), and can come from varied fields such as music, cinema, literature etc.) What are these references? How do we (designers) translate them into our work? What kind of references do we use in our practice? How do we use and map our references? The aim of the workshop is to identify, understand, explain, link and “map” our references. Based on a guideline (some interesting starting points), every participant will think, list, research everything that he usually uses as references in his work, creating a large map of images, texts, ideas.
× Western swiss graphic design*
The body of knowledge about graphic design produced in French or italian speaking Switzerland is reduced compared to the German Swiss one. Indeed, the published literature has heavily focused on the latter since it was in that part of the country that schools, institutions, magazines and creations that have marked history were developed. Consequently, this model of design history has contributed to overlook people and artefacts made in other regions of Switzerland. *funded by the Design and visual arts network of competences (RCDAV) of the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland (HES SO), held at Geneva University of Art and Design (HEAD – Genève), by a research team composed of Jérôme Baratelli (project leader), Constance Delamadeleine (research assistant), Ann Griffin, Stéphane Hernandez, Gregor Schönborn, and Niels Wehrspann (graphic designers).
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