March 29, 2017 – 07 p.m. 08:30 p.m.

DI55ECCIONS with Javier Aristu

Renowned professionals of design world talk to us about their influences and the industry trends. The founder of Aristu & Co study is the protagonist of the third session.

Date
March 29, 2017 – 07 p.m. 08:30 p.m.
Location
LCI Barcelona campus, Balmes street, 209
Price
Admission free and limited

Next Wednesday, March 29th at 19:00h, we will live the return of DI55ECCIONS, the cycle of conferences curated by Inés Peláez and the study Toormix that aims to bring together and give voice to recognized professionals of design different disciplines with the purpose of meet the personal stories that have pointed his career, as well as trying to detect how is evolving the future of the industry.

The guest of the third DI55ECCIONS will be Javier Aristu, Bachelor in Graphic Design and Master in Corporate Identity and Packaging who worked as a graphic designer at Sostres Studio, as art director at Tiempo BBDO and SCPF and as creative director and partner at Dayax. In 2005, he started his own company, Aristu & Co, a design and communication studio that works with different clients: from big companies like Bacardi-Martini, Random House Mondadori, United Nations or Carrefour to small film, music or fashion projects such as DiBa Film Festival, Riders or Musa Bamba. In addition, he has been a member of ADG-FAD's board of directors and he frequently teach communication classes at several universities.

At the end of this month, Javier will visit us to di55ect the design from a more intimate and exhaustive perspective, creating a close, relaxed and didactic atmosphere so that all the attendees enjoy a great evening. After the session, we will enjoy some Moritz and a vermouth with Yzaguirre. Sign up now for the new DI55ECCIONS, we are waiting for you!

Graphic Design
Workshops, conferences and webinars
2017
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