Edition project for Château Carbonnieux
Graphic Design students at LISAA Bordeaux worked in collaboration with the Grand Cru Classé from Graves Château Carbonnieux on a publishing project aiming to develop wine tourism by modernising its image.
MODERNISING THROUGH IMAGE
Thursday 8th June – Philibert Perrin, the owner of Château Carbonnieux, a Grand Cru Classé from Graves, met with third-year students on the Graphic Design course at LISAA Bordeaux for a presentation of their creative research. The aim of their research was to modernise the image of the Château in order to develop wine tourism.
My aim was to highlight the dynamic quality of a château as renowned as Carbonnieux
Mélissa, third-year student on the Graphic Design course at LISAA Bordeaux
A COMPREHENSIVE PUBLISHING PROJECT
For this, the young designers proposed a publishing project comprising three graphic design supports: a 12-page booklet, a press advertisement and a flyer highlighting the wine and cheese workshops offered at the Château.