Camille Feuillet designs the new identity of Radio Campus in Rennes
Camille Feuillet, 2016 graduate in Graphic Design at LISAA Rennes, was chosen to create the visual identity of the Rennes community radio Radio Campus, which is being rebranded as C lab.
REBRANDING FOR ITS 20TH ANNIVERSARY
As a third year student in Graphic Design at LISAA Rennes, Camille Feuillet worked in partnership with Radio Campus to design its visual identity for print and digital.
Launched in 1996 and member of the Radio Campus France network, the community radio station is housed on the Villejean campus of Rennes 2 University. With a target audience that brings together all students from Rennes 1 and 2 universities—60,000 students in total—it’s also the FM station of the entire city of Rennes!
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, it is undergoing a total rebranding: new playlists, a new visual identity and, above all, a new name: C lab.
A NEW VISUAL IDENTITY FOR NEW GOALS
Within the framework of the digital class of her Graphic Design course, Camille Feuillet developed a visual identity for print and digital. The entire Radio Campus team were thrilled with this modern and colourful identity.
As a result of these digital supports, the station, now known as C lab, aims to become a key player in the Rennes media scene. The new identity is defined as: C for Campus, lab for sound laboratory, C lab like “syllabe”, the French word for syllable, from the Greek for together/gathering. The new website designed by Camille will go online in September.