Flyers are not just paper; they are invitations, whispers that extend beyond the gallery walls. Flyers introduce the world to exhibitions, encapsulating the essence of art in a tangible form. In a digital age, these humble leaflets become bridges between creativity and the audience, forging connections and inviting all to witness the magic within the gallery’s confines.
Within the pages of this book, meticulously designed to mirror the intricate harmonies of our performance space, you will encounter a fusion of sound, emotion, and visual artistry. Our Opera House has been a haven for creativity, and this installation is a tribute to the profound connections between music, culture, and the human spirit.
In the heart of Nairobi, Kenya, the IFRC Global Innovation Summit 2023 was a remarkable gathering of over 300 forward-thinkers, all united by a singular vision: to innovate, inspire change, and advance humanitarian efforts. It was a melting pot of ideas, a crucible of innovation, and an ode to human resilience.
Unlock the power of foresight with our meticulously crafted Flashforwards Humanitarian Foresight Deck.
Welcome to a showcase of creativity, where design meets insights and where Geneva’s artistic pulse comes to life. As you journey through this webpage, you’ll step into the world of a meticulously crafted report on the artistic industry in Geneva, Switzerland.
Working collaboratively, we tackled the challenge of presenting intricate data and insights in an engaging manner. The result was a report that not only respected the content but also facilitated understanding, empowering readers to grasp the nuances of humanitarian leadership in a changing world.
Every exhibition presents a unique story, and my role is to translate that narrative into an arresting visual language. From contemporary art showcases to historical retrospectives, I delve into the themes, colours, and emotions that define each collection. Through careful conceptualisation, I infuse the poster with an aesthetic that mirrors the clients’ intentions, while also resonating with the audience’s sensibilities.
Creating posters for the IFRC Solferino Academy workspace. Based in Rome this Think and Do Tank is at the edge of future thinking and Innovation within the IFRC Network and beyond. The posters showcase some of their most successful projects.
Creating the branding for Solferino Voices, a YouTube channel dedicated to sharing stories from Red Cross and Red Crescent volunteers, was a purposeful and strategic process. The branding elements – logo, color palette, thumbnails, and the channel name – were thoughtfully designed to reflect the essence of the channel’s mission and connect with its audience.
Through this collaboration, I’ve once again witnessed how design, when combined with a clear vision and effective teamwork, can bridge the gap between complex information and its audience, making a lasting impact on those who engage with the Position Paper.
30 speakers sound installation inspired by the old Chinese constellation map : the Dunhuang Star Chart. Commissioned by Le Labo, Geneva in February 2023.
In a world driven by data, where information is power, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) embarked on a monumental endeavour to reshape the landscape of data management. A 700-page magnum opus, the IFRC Data Playbook, stands as a testament to ambition, collaboration, and the unyielding pursuit of excellence.
One of the most remarkable projects I had the privilege to lead was a 73-minute-long joint opening ceremony for the statutory meeting of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
Within the distinguished setting of the IFRC Auditorium B, a gathering of global minds unfolded on May 25th, 2022, during the “Cholera – WHA Side-event.” This crucial discussion saw the participation of IFRC and WHO senior figures, ministers of Health and Water from DRC, Zambia, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Haiti, alongside prominent figures such as Tedros and Mike Ryan.
Design, when entrusted with such mandates, becomes a conduit for ideals. As you explore my portfolio, witness how visual narratives amplify vital causes. Francesco Rocca’s Manifesto encapsulates my commitment to weaving visual stories that transcend borders and resonate in the hearts of diverse audiences.
In the realm of design, some projects require not only creativity but also discretion and trust.
Explore the innovative world of the Planet:Red Summit, where I, as the graphic designer, led the creation of a captivating brand and immersive online experiences.
The Labo association has been working dynamically since 2008 to promote contemporary art and to foster its understanding by multiplying curatorial approaches within the independent art space it manages, the Labo space. Since then, the place has always kept its vocation as an experimental artistic laboratory.
Dive into the Solferino Air Virtual Tour and explore innovation and culture like never before. Immerse yourself in the heart of Kenya’s Lamu and Paris, France through captivating visuals and storytelling. Join us on a journey where design meets global impact.
Le Temps is the most respected newspaper from Geneva, Switzerland. I was lucky enough to have once again one of my picture printed in one of its pages. This time, it is my very good friend Régis who is portraited for a new release. It is not the first time I had the chance to work with the dark and brilliant Swiss singer.
I had the incredible opportunity to contribute to the Climate:Red Summit, an entirely virtual event dedicated to addressing the urgent issue of climate change. My role centred around developing a comprehensive visual identity that captured the essence and importance of the summit.
When Halloween came around in 1960 John F. Kennedy, while campaigning for president, came across a unique trick or treat event. This ghoulish party was not about collecting candy but instead raising money for the UN agency fighting child hunger and disease-UNICEF. This is how we make the most of what is already a lot.
Logotypes, icons, shapes and illustrations, regularly updated. No colour, no context, just the pure shape, this is a stress test for every logo.
Proud to rock the General Assembly, the highest decision-making body of the IFRC.