Industrial Design Intern x Rusak
From September 2018, for 5 or 6 months / Rusak is a human multi-disciplinary studio, humbly growing, and headquartered in Paris.
Even if David Fitzsimons (IR), our current intern, is definitely doing a great job, we are already looking for our next talented rookie.
So, if you are a sweet Designer, convinced of being THE uprising design talent, able to switch from product to transportation design, then feel free to get in touch with us, we would love to hear from you :)
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As an intern, your role will consist of :
Researches, inspiration, contextualisation,
Conceptualisation, ideation, sketching, « monster » model making,
Development from 2D to 3D, communication, prototyping,
Daily routine : have (not make) a coffee, read an inspiring book, chat and laugh, share your passion, accomplish yourself :)
Softwares : Photoshop - Illustrator - InDesign / Rhino - Alias - Speedform / Keyshot - VRed /
Application Process : email a cover letter, cv and portfolio to [email protected] / « internship application » in subject / all attachments should be in PDF format and in total under 5MB
" Fascinated by accuracy, essentiality and aesthetic, a clear vision is certainly what best characterises Serge Rusak.
His work tends to translate user insights and emerging trends into innovative human experiences supported by visual iconic products.
With his creactive approach to design based on an intuitive and emotional level, he has a very clear vision and precise understanding of the inner qualities a product needs to have.
He is also the type of designer that pays attention to every little detail of a project in order to make the best overall product. " - Alain Gilles.
" What guides the eye, what directs the hand, what is at the heart of vision is consistency and intuition to slowly, progressively create a coherent object. This internal structure can support our paradox. It can fill the power of our madness; make it sublime, delicate and pure, white. " - Michaël Ferire