Cliente: Icograda Design Week
Aiap (Associazione Italiana Progettazione per la Comunicazione Visiva) and Icograda (International Council of Graphic Design Associations)
Designers: Andrea Medri - Lucia Roscini - Marco Williams Fagioli
Multiverso is a collage of people, a magic cube of faces and characters who gave mind and voice to the Icograda Design Week (International Council of Graphic Design Associations) in Torino.
Multiverso’s image speaks like Salvatore the monk, the dulcinian heretic in the novel “The Name of the Rose” by Umberto Eco, who expresses himself in a mixed and twisted language.
The visual identity of Icograda Design Week Torino is a mixture of signs, images and forms all connected and disconnected in a forever changing architecture. There are three main ideas: 1. The world/universe, intended as a shape, that is always changing but still contains everything. 2. The visual language, that is transversal to spoken language and is not an unchangeable sign. The smooth and modular Multiverso-font is intended as a transition in which an infinite composition of images is nothing more than the ideal representation of the spoken language’s different pitches and rhythms. 3. The characters, that are the true center of attention at the Icograda Design Week.
Compasso d'Oro ('11)
European Design Award ('09)