Patrick Desbrosses is a very personal photographer. Besides shooting intimate portraits, fashion and stories for magazines like Neon or Die Zeit he seemingly documents every moment of his life. To underline his ludic approach we created a modular and playful identity system based on the use of individual colored frames. We used the basic colors red, blue and green that also compile the colormode of digital photography.
The stationery is printed in three colors on a Riso. Each business card is individually hand stamped by Patrick, to give them the same personal note that can also be found in his photography.
For his Berlin solo exhibition “Es sind die kleinen Dinge die töten” (It’s the little things that kill) we applied the visual system to several print products. We created flyers, posters and a 48 pages catalogue, each including one singed and numbered original print from the exhibition. Take a look at Patrick Desbrosses’ work here.