LAVINIA LASCARIS


RESEARCH
C4PTCH4 TH1S︎︎︎
IDIOT (GRAD THESIS)︎︎︎
NICE (FELLOWSHIP)︎︎︎

EXHIBITIONS
BABY INK TWICE

MIKE/SIERRA/TANGO
PLAN B: SPIRIT OF THE BAUHAUS
IN VERBIS ARTIS
ARTFUL IMPACT


GRAPHIC DESIGN
HMCT LECTURE SERIES
MUJERES HISPANAS Y TIPOGRAFÍA
NANOTECH
EGG & DART
CRISIS: 2000 YEARS OF HISTORY

TYPE DESIGN
FORTNIGHT
MELANOTICA




INFO
Graphic designer from Greece, based in Los Angeles, specializing in spatial design and print. My work is defined by strong research and conceptual development that often comments on social/cultural matters and has been recognized by Type Directors Club (TDC), Communication Arts, and Graphic Design USA.

PRESS 
Shoutout LA︎
Voyage LA︎︎︎
Justified: HMCT Profile︎︎︎

CONTACT
hello@lavinialascaris.com

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© Lavinia Lascaris 2021



RESEARCH
C4PTCH4 TH1S︎︎︎
IDIOT (GRAD THESIS)︎︎︎
NICE (FELLOWSHIP)︎︎︎

EXHIBITIONS
MIKE/SIERRA/TANGO
PLAN B: SPIRIT OF THE BAUHAUS
IN VERBIS ARTIS
ARTFUL IMPACT

GRAPHIC DESIGN
HMCT LECTURE SERIES
MUJERES HISPANAS Y TIPOGRAFÍA
NANOTECH
EGG & DART
CRISIS: 2000 YEARS OF HISTORY

TYPE DESIGN
FORTNIGHT
MELANOTICA






C4PTCH4 TH1S

︎︎︎research ︎︎︎educational program ︎︎︎identity design ︎︎︎installation (WIP)

A multi-platform program that studies the linguistic trends born within digital communication platforms, the transformative effects of emergent technologies on our use of languages, and what these occurrences reveal about the future of communication.


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IDIOT (GRAD THESIS)

︎︎︎research ︎︎︎trasmedia ︎︎︎book design

TDC Communication Design Winner 2020


A study on contemporary privacy and camouflage, Idiot approaches the notion of concealment and protection through ubiquity. I blurred the boundaries of my own identity by creating a plurality of simulated and simultaneous presences, surrendering my privacy in order to reinstate it.


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NICE (FELLOWSHIP)
︎︎︎research ︎︎︎exhibition design ︎︎︎catalog
As the 2018 HMCT Typography Fellow, I worked alongside typographer-in-residence Lucienne Roberts on the research, development, and curation of nice. The exhibition studies the power of slogans, the definition of a “nice typeface,” the influence of texts in relationship to typography, and the threats from which the human race needs to be “saved.”

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