Arianna Smaron
Portfolio 2016 - 2018



Polish-Italian graphic designer currently
living and freelancing in Basel CH and collaborating
with Yann Patrick Martins for indipendent projects
and commissions for digital and printed media. 
BA in visual Communication at ISIA Urbino and MA in
Visual Communication at the Basel School of Design
HGK FHNW CH
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This website collect mainly projects from the last two 
years, older projects will be added to the archive 
in the next future.

The projects are organized by complexity,
The Extra-Large are the projects which 
required few
months of work & /or are 
still in development.
The smaller 
projects are as important but are 
smaller in terms of time production.


X - Extra Large ••••
  1. In the process of liquefaction/
    video
    installation 
  2. In the process of liquefaction/
    risograph booklet
  3. In the process of liquefaction/
    process book and theory
     
  4. A Transitory Collection 
  5. Spoglie publication 

L - Large •••
  1. A Prison’s Signage System
  2. Light & Heavy book 
  3. Experimental Exhibition Catalogue 

M - Medium ••
  1. Li Bai poetry a Chinese English Play
  2. Poster “Schrechlick Wunderbar”
  3. Icelandic book “Vinir Ferguson” 

S - Small
  1. FHNW Business illustrations
  2. Pattern&Patterns
  3. ”Der Tunnel” Film poster
  4. Waiting for 11:00

Exhibited projects

Archive
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M - 2017 ••

3. Poster “Schrecklich Wunderbar”

 
EXPERIMENTAL POSTER 
Poster design realized with the concept of depersonalization and deconstruction of lines and the image. The letters are falling from the top to the bottom and the reader is forced to follow them and read them with breaks: Sch - re ck - li - ch - wun - der - b - a - r. 

Poster realized during the autorship class with Jiri Oplatek - Basel School of Design HGK FHNW 2016/2017


CH / 2017
From Poster Silprinted with iris effect


Poster series in which every version change by the differnt combination of colors overlayed.





I experimented with other colors and paper to look at the different results of contrasts and color hierarchies. 









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