Riso 02

COURSE

Graphic Design, Comics and Illustrations


PROFESSOR

Guido Lombardo


PRINTING

Risograph Roma, Tipografare


BOOKBINDING

La Legatoria Roma


STUDENTS

Riccardo Alesiani, Andrea Amorosi, Emma Arduini, Matteo Barbone Sapegno, Edoardo Bardelle, Milena Felici, Marco Gualandi, Fortunata Laurenti, Daniela Lavezzo Cassinelli, Paolo Marchetta, Clara Masuzzo, Giorgio Milanese, Alessia Montedoro, Margherita Muzzi, Maria Rosa Nenna, Giulia Ordetti, Tiziano Pandolfi, Giorgia Pustorino, Giordana Rimedio, Federico Sergio, Christian Serino, Zhaojie Yuan, Giuseppe Accroglianò, Sara Andronico, Claudio Antonangeli, Aurora Baiocchi, Elena Belli, Carlotta Biagioni, Sara Bonini, Raffaello Borrelli, Luca Bruni, Stefano Catino, Eleonora Chicca, Loris Cometa, Sara Corona, Domitilla Davoli, Carla De Gennaro, Edoardo De Maglie, Francesco Dori, Alessio Gennaro, Domiziano Sagnelli, Nicolo Santini Rossi, Flaminia Filigi, Gaia Formigari, Carlotta Franceschi, Giulia Gatta, Marco Genovali, Valeria Gionfra, Virginia Granata, Beatrice Greco, Valentina Guarda, Leonardo Iaia, Isabella Immediato, Francesco Paolo Incantalupo, Fabio La Gattuta, Gianluca Mazzocco, Francesca Mazzù, Letizia Micheli, Gabriele Minotti, Diego Morana, Roberto Muto, Stefano Cattani, Giulia Del Vecchio, Edoardo Nardi, Marco Nicolò, Barbara Notaro, Alice Oieni, Laura Perrucci, Silvia Santopaolo, Lorenzo Numa Sbrolli, Antonella Scardino, Giordana Scipioni, Rachele Sdoga, Sara Stipcevich, Caterina Tahan, Marco Telesca, Valerio Teti, Francesco Tricarico, Martina Villani, Rebecca Zambelli, Alessia Zappitelli, Marco Zini

 

 

 

The project

Riso 02 – San Lorenzo is a collective work designed by more than 60 students all together. A mosaic of different perspectives and short visual narratives on the visual identity of a Roman district: San Lorenzo. Due to its proximity to Rome’s main train station, to the freight yard and to the monumental cemetery, this district was once populated by railwaymen, delivery men and marble workers, whereas today it is mainly a university area. Landmark of the Italian resistance movement in Rome and heavily bombed during World War II, San Lorenzo is still the scene of many conflicts. And yet it is an area where culture actually flourish and live. The volume – printed in Risograph entirely – presents and describes the district along with the visible signs of its past and its rapidly changing present.

“Riso 02 – San Lorenzo” won the Bronze Award in the category “Student’s project” at the European Design Awards 2020.
 
 

 

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