Chiara Cerretti

Chiara Cerretti

Chiara Cerretti
Altre idee da Chiara
Paper letters flying in a white poster

Paper letters flying in a white poster

make it look like paper that's gone through a paper shredder

make it look like paper that's gone through a paper shredder

Love what you do: Graphic design student show...Photo my business card cutout or create a larger one.

Love what you do: Graphic design student show...Photo my business card cutout or create a larger one.

Typographie - typographie: via Top posts of 2013: July.

Typographie - typographie: via Top posts of 2013: July.

I often like design that feels casual. This ripped/scribble napkin feel is an interesting take on "typography." The handwritten type, which I frequently use in my other work, but haven't as much for this class, adds to the spontaneity in the image.

I often like design that feels casual. This ripped/scribble napkin feel is an interesting take on "typography." The handwritten type, which I frequently use in my other work, but haven't as much for this class, adds to the spontaneity in the image.

저걸 다시 화면에 불러와서 더 큰 배경을 넣고 그래픽처리를 해서 화면과 사진을 구멍을 통해서 묶을 수 있을 듯

저걸 다시 화면에 불러와서 더 큰 배경을 넣고 그래픽처리를 해서 화면과 사진을 구멍을 통해서 묶을 수 있을 듯

"Fitei 33 Booklet" Composizione dinamica, mi piaceva il fatto che la parte sopra venisse come"strappata" in modo che quella sottostante potesse uscire

"Fitei 33 Booklet" Composizione dinamica, mi piaceva il fatto che la parte sopra venisse come"strappata" in modo che quella sottostante potesse uscire

PAPER FRUITS on Behance

PAPER FRUITS on Behance

Anouck Boisrobert & Louis Rigaud Ces deux artistes travaillent fréquemment à quatre mains pour le plus grand plaisir des enfants et des adultes ! Papiers pliés, bondissants, superposés, dessins qui se transforment, grandissent : Anouck Boisrobert et Louis Rigaud donnent du mouvement aux pages de leurs livres. Ce talentueux duo de jeunes illustrateurs réalisent des albums animés où le papier en mouvement raconte page après page des histoires. (source : http://www.salondulivre.cceg.fr/2014)

Anouck Boisrobert & Louis Rigaud Ces deux artistes travaillent fréquemment à quatre mains pour le plus grand plaisir des enfants et des adultes ! Papiers pliés, bondissants, superposés, dessins qui se transforment, grandissent : Anouck Boisrobert et Louis Rigaud donnent du mouvement aux pages de leurs livres. Ce talentueux duo de jeunes illustrateurs réalisent des albums animés où le papier en mouvement raconte page après page des histoires. (source : http://www.salondulivre.cceg.fr/2014)

Klaus Staeck and Götz Gramlich (gggrafik) poster exhibition at Villa Nachttanz, 2015

Klaus Staeck and Götz Gramlich (gggrafik) poster exhibition at Villa Nachttanz, 2015