Young Guns 6 WINNERS

2008: Continuously evolving, Young Guns 6 saw efforts to make the competition even more exclusive, by limiting the number of potential winners to 50. This also marked the first year of the Young Guns Cube. While this was essentially a smaller version of the acclaimed ADC Cube, it started a process that would soon become a major part of Young Guns tradition. The Cubes were awarded in a ceremony and exhibition on September 4, 2008.

 

Richli

C2F

C2F is a swiss communication design studio, established by Cybu Richli and Fabienne Burri.
They work with and for clients who expect excellence in content and design.
Their focus is on editorial design, identity and information design.




Cybu Richli & Fabienne Burri have received several awards and grants for their projects, including Certificates of Typographic Excellence from the Type Directors Club in New York, the Lucky Strike Junior Designer Award or the Bronze Award of the China International Poster Biennal. C2F are also represented in the selection of The Most Beautiful Swiss Books organized by the Federal Department of Home Affairs.




Cybu Richli studied architecture and visual communication at the Lucerne University of Art and Design. After graduating with highest honors as Designer FH, he was invited to Chicago by the investment company Morningstar to conduct research in the visualization of financial data. He then headed up a research project in the field of information design at the Lucerne University. 
Since 2011 he has been a professor in visual communication at the ZHdK – Zurich University of the Arts and a guest lecturer at national and international universities.




Fabienne Burri studied visual communication at the Lucerne University of Art and Design. After taking her degree as Designer FH, she worked for several design agencies and for the Schauspielhaus Zurich. She is a guest lecturer at national and international universities and co-professor of the course in CAS Book Design at the Lucerne University of Art and Design.

 

 

 

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