We work independently or in collaboration with other colleagues: from graphic designers, type designers or illustrators to visual artists and musicians, writers and editors, architects, industrial or interaction designers, photographers, software and web developers. This approach means we customise each project with the right people optimising quality and benefiting the project’s budget.
We aim to interpret our clients and their audiences through dialogue and research. We like being challenged and aim to achieve distinct and stimulating results we can all benefit from.
We believe in simplicity, variety, clarity and lightness of expression. In every single job, small or large, we bring in our experience and specialty to design effective solutions.
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César Sesio is a graphic designer based in Buenos Aires. In 1990 he completed a 4-year degree in Graphic Design at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of the University of Buenos Aires (FADU/UBA). He began his professional career teaching the Design and Typography course at the same university.
During 1997 and 1998 he lived in London, working in local design studios such as Crescent Lodge Design, where he developed projects for cultural and education institutions.
On his return to Buenos Aires he cofounded the design firm Simplestudio, where he was a partner until September 2003.
From 2004 to October 2008 he lived in London. Among other clients, he has realised projects for: Serpentine Gallery, London; the RSA, Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce,
London; Alan Cristea Gallery London; The Argentine Embassy, London; Irish College, Louvain, Belgium and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (in collaboration with Timon Botez and Small Design Firm); The Nobel Peace Center, Oslo (in collaboration with Timon Botez); and the experimental ensemble Musica Aperta, Washington DC. He has also joined Pentagram London to develop specific projects for Museo del Prado, Icograda and Rhône Vignobles. Applied Information Group to collaborate in projects for AIG itself, Bristol Legible City, Marketing Society, Nomi and Samsung.
Together with design historian Verónica Devalle, he has co-written ‘Buenos Aires project’, an article on graphic design in Argentina for the London based magazine Eye, published in Eye 63 spring issue 07.