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    Personal bachelor graduation project. Communication Design, Politecnico di Milano (2013). In July 2013 I graduated from Politecnico di Milano wi… Read More
    Personal bachelor graduation project. Communication Design, Politecnico di Milano (2013). In July 2013 I graduated from Politecnico di Milano with a bachelor graduation in Communication Design. During the degree course, that started in October and ended in June, we had to think about a new museum and a new concept for this museum: a Museum focused on graphic design but a virtual museum. Its main location is in fact the web. Then we had to choose a name and design the brand identity for this new museum’s concept. The chosen name for the museum is Wisual. Visual indeed means visual, web, wiki, world, vision, virtual. At the same time, every group of student had to focus on a female European Designer and communicate her exhibition inside the museum. About this we had to design and print a poster, an invitation and a banner and to create a website too. At the end for the graduation thesis every student should have focused on something connected to the Designer assigned. In May 2013 I went to Paris to interview this designer: she’s Evelyn ter Bekke, a Dutch designer that founded in 1997 in Paris the “Atelier ter Bekke & Behage” with Dirk Behage (that some years later would have became her husband). I spent some great moments there during the interview that became easily and fastly a kind of open conversation about graphic design and everything related between women’s condition and design. My focus was indeed about the condition of the women in the field of the graphic design. The concept for the exhibition dedicated to Evelyn ter Bekke is the relation between gender and design, more precisely it’s about the different consideration that the clients (or the society generally) usually have depending on the designer that they are working with: a male or a female. For this reason the visual concept of the exhibition similarly for the poster, the invitation and the banner is a pixeled image, to indicate the unclear female condition in the design field. Here I’m going to show you some pages of the printed thesis, some mock-up of this and some pictures that I took. Read Less
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