STUDIO ISABELLE VIGIER BNO
An independent concept & graphic artist known for the elegant and thoughtful graphic works she develops for the publishing world, music related projects and theater- and dance companies, Isabelle Vigier carries out commissions and also works on self initiated projects. She combines her graphic design, studio based practice, with collaborative and solo art project. Her studio is based in Amsterdam, NL.
In the field of design her favorite disciplines include concept, art direction, image-making, graphic design, book design, editorial design. The nature of her projects range widely across the fields of dance, music, cinema, the visual arts and the publishing world. She is an artistic partner for musicians’ ensembles, record labels and theater- and dance companies, often on a long-term basis.
Isabelle is co-founder, co-artistic director and designer for the experimental/electronic music imprint Unsounds, in Amsterdam.
“The concepts I develop for my clients and partners are based on a sensitive and practical understanding of their needs, based on study and dialogue, and starting with a clear definition of their goals.
I believe in clarity, simplicity and equal consideration for functional and emotional adequacy. This translates in appropriate, effective and original solutions in concept and design.
I enjoy the versatility of design and my work has extended into a variety of methods; my knowledge of printing, production and materials allows me to take on complex or non-standard projects, in print, object or environmental design, as well as in new technologies.”
The studio develops WordPress websites for projects, individuals and companies looking to easily manage their own content.
Isabelle Vigier collaborates regularly with other creative specialists such as photographers or digital media experts; it is always an option either to join or create and coordinate a team for a particular project.
ISABELLE VIGIER ARTIST
As a visual artist Isabelle works primarily with photography and video to make image series, installations and collaborative works, often, though not exclusively, performance related, for dance or music productions. Her work has been shown in Europe, the US and Australia, in exhibitions and on stage.