Select a SchoolSchool of Communication
Select a ProgrammeVisual Communication
Select a StudentFrancisco Casaroti
The project explores the development of written language, the human perception of characters and questions the future of written systems.
The idea is to manifest the influence of current technology into language development.
School of Communication
MA Visual Communication
Visual Communication: Graphic Design
Interdisciplinary designer consistently thinking and working towards a world where communication design is implemented for the best of humanity, rather than as a tool for consumption seduction.
My critical research investigates contemporary communication mechanisms and the appliance of emerging technologies in the mass persuasion process, with special attention to the socio-political issues consumerism and the consequences of the process.
Engagement and question formulation are the core elements of my professional practice consistently seeking for conceptual and aesthetic boundaries to be crossed, resulting in relevant and impactful design outcomes.
My professional practice places a primary concern on visual systems, image making and typography, which ultimately result in singular identities, typefaces, and suitable communication pieces.
The questions emergent from my critical research are often combined with my professional practice in the form of workshops designed to interrogate the intellectual questionings in bigger depth.
- BA Graphic and Media Design, University of the Arts, London, 2017; Diploma in Professional Studies, University of the Arts, London, 2016
- AMEN Gestaltung, Munich, Germany; City AM, London; Royal College of General Practitioners, London; Dorling Kindersley (DK), London
- Typographic Singularity, Royal College of Art, 2019; Royal College of Art Work in Process Show, 2019; London College of Communication Graduate Show, 2017; 2/3 Collective, 2015; The Cult House, 2014
- Fabio Fidanza and Max Kohle