“Indivisualism” is a manifesto of contemporary communication and of the future. An immersive installation of images and words that are transformed into explicit and implicit messages, invites the viewer to think about the meaning of relationships in the digital age. The art of three young designers is represented by graphics designed to stimulate contextualized questions, through unpublished visual fabrics, introspections and digital registers. The dialogue on today’s ties thus becomes the hyphen of three environments that merge into a single physical and mental space where – to keep going towards the future – it is essential to look and look back, but above all, to look around.
Originally from Verona, Giovanni Manzini is a design addict with special attention to detail. He specialises in Graphic Design, Typography and Social Networking. Crafted and refined, his work exudes a simple and minimalist style, rooted from essential shapes and accurate order. He loves underground clubs and in 2015 he founded a graphic design studio called Burro Studio, taking on projects all over the world.
Luca Licciardi was born in Cagliari, after graduating in Media Design, he decided to move to Milan to expand his vision, fully engaging in fashion and art. He is intrigued by the worlds of the abstract and the surreal. His looks to programming languages, generative art, video installations, natural landscapes and everything that radiates light for inspiration. His design method is strictly technological, informed by data and numbers rather than sketches or attempts
Lucas Grassmay was born in 1989 in Kiel, he’s a graphic designer now based in Hamburg, Germany. After finishing his first apprenticeship as a mechanic, a relatively different professional field, Lucas turned to what has always been his passion: designing, illustrating, typography, and all things creative. While still studying to earn his degree, he has done various projects for great designers like Herb Lubalin, Peter Saville, Willy Fleckhaus, Eike König, and Mirko Borsche, just to name a few. His style is a contemporary interpretation of the 70‘s and 80‘s aesthetic.
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