Primarily working in the culture and leisure sectors, Swiss studio Demian Conrad‘s work is stripped back to its bare essentials, finding beauty through form and relationships between elements. That’s the best way I can encapsulate their sumptuous work.
“With a research-led approach, we are interested in how technologies and processes relate to form and meaning. In 2010 we developed a printing process named WROP™ in which we could create a unique random printout using an industrial offset machine. The studio has become a R&D playground looking for new territories. We are currently exploring alternative methods that use traditional printing and new cutting-edge digital printing techniques.”