06 May 2022
The proposal focuses on a rebranding of Café Teatro Llantiol, an emblematic venue in the historic centre of Barcelona, which has seen numerous artists perform on its stage throughout its more than twenty-year history.
Conceived as a tribute to the theatre from a contemporary perspective, the project reflects the idiosyncrasies of the building through the use of typography, lines, shapes and a specific colour palette.
Thanks to this recognition, Thinh will exhibit his project on the OFFF Roots stage at Disseny Hub Barcelona on 6 May, as well as receive a one-on-one mentoring session with renowned Graphic Designer Paula Scher.
OFFF is a festival that promotes all kinds of activities and conferences linked to the creative scene and serves as a meeting point and source of inspiration for communities of artists from a wide range of disciplines.
This is the first edition in which the festival has launched the Wix Playground and OFFF “On the Rise 2022” award, which has proved a great success, receiving over 500 projects from 40 different countries, all vying for a single prize in each category: Graphic Design, Creative/Art Direction, Type, Illustration, 3D/Motion, Web Immersive/New Media and Portfolio.
The show forms part of the International Fine Arts, Printing and Sustainability Conference 2024 organised by the Graphic Design department of Istanbul University-Cerrahpasa, of which IED was the main Academic Sponsor.
Third-year Graphic Design and Motion Graphics and Video students from IED Barcelona designed a pop-up exhibition in tribute to Macario Gómez in Nau Bostik, in collaboration with the Filmoteca de Catalunya and his family.
From 5 to 9 February, IED Barcelona held a new edition of its Multidisciplinary Workshop Week – We Play Design, featuring 23 workshops dedicated to experimenting with the concept of play in the field of design.
Devised by students from Product Design, Interior Design, Motion Graphics & Video, and Business Design, the installation, which can be seen from 2 to 4 February, pays homage to the essence of Barcelona’s Poblenou neighbourhood by combining light and bubbles.
The students will study a total of 16 programmes respectively: 9 masters, 2 postgraduates and 5 specialisation courses.
Fourth-year students from Graphic Design and Motion Graphics and Video at IED Barcelona showcased a compendium of the most outstanding works in their portfolios to industry professionals and the IED community to mark Portfolio Review Day.
As part of the collaboration framework of the “IED x MANE Co-creation programme”, this interdisciplinary project will allow students from IED Barcelona to come up with fragrances for their designs.
The “UP NOODLE” and “Flowing” projects, by Camila Kotliarsky and Maria Mei Bellsolá, have been selected among 1,500 applicants from 54 countries to compete for the Green Concept Award category.
The lighting installation, created by students from IED Barcelona, turned visitors of the international Fête de Lumières festival into active participants in an interactive experience with light, providing food for thought on energy consumption and the power of stars.