Working in Victoria, Canada for all of June
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“Begin packing when you know your departure date.”
— Van Neistat
As a designer and brand articulation specialist, Alain has gained a reputation for helping businesses from around the world to develop and restructure communication systematically and effectively. From redesigning magazines, to developing wayfinding systems, Alain’s direction has helped North American and South Asian companies align their brand communications and business goals with their target audiences.
Some of his business logos, editorial spreads, and packaging design work has been featured in international graphic design publications such as Coupe Magazine and How Magazine. Sri Lankan national newspapers like the DailyFT, and the Daily Mirror regularly featured some of his design workshops and seminar takeaways. Parallel to this, he has been a speaker on design, branding, and typography at festivals and conferences such as Sri Lanka Design Festival, UX Colombo, Maldives Marketing Forum, and Disrupt Asia. He was a senior lecturer and head of the visual communication department at AOD in Colombo for 10 years; Here, his strongest asset was his ability to observe and understand the various cultural, social, and behavioural differences between each student.
Parizeau holds a DEC in Multimedia from André Grasset College, Montreal, Canada, and a BA (Hons) degree in Graphic Design from York University, Toronto, Canada. Additionally, Parizeau is a HEA associate fellow (AFHEA), which demonstrates a personal commitment to professionalism in learning and teaching in higher education. He was also a member of the International Association of Typographic Designer (ISTD), and for several years on the ISTD international competition judging committee.
For commissions and inquiries, contact Alain’s studio—
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Food for thought
The reward for good work, is more work.
Video: Bullet Paradox by Tom Sachs. Written by Tom Sachs, Van Neistat, Alex Chohlas-Wood, B.C. Slais.