Francofête is a festival celebrating the french language. Daniel Schrier and I worked together to create their 2018 poster. The 2018 event theme was diversity among the french-speaking community in Quebec. Our concept was purely typographic. Letters of all shapes and sizes getting along in one exciting poster. Three A0 posters alternating within a fixed colour palette were developed and displayed all over the school to promote the event.
I’m a designer with a focus on type design, branding and web design. My fascination with simplicity & anomaly motivates me to create bold, typography-led work with intention. I’m currently a graphic designer/art director at Principal and building Riptype from my apartment in Montreal.