Clément Cases is a graphic designer, print maker, type player who ventures between typographic experimentation, graphic design and research around print media with a solid, fun and exceeding passionate approach.
Graduated with honors from a master degree in graphic design by L'institut Supérieur Couleur Image Design (FR) in 2019 - He worked for 2 years as a manager of the finishing part at Atelier Bulk where he developed his strong knowledge in printing.
In parallel, he developed his freelance activity where he worked on fine stationery, typography and editorial design projects with a sensory approach and a high level of expertise in the field.
He then decided to move to London where he led the Bad Printing project. A self-initiated research conducted at the London Center for Book Art around the manual practice of graphic design through letterpress technique.
He is currently working with Dot Studio on various print projects as a Graphic Designer. He is also a creative designer at Range Left studio where he develops typography and typographic work for various clients.