Dario Verrengia is a London-based graphic designer and art director currently working at The Telegraph where he deals with brand projects from print to digital, both on the editorial and the corporate side. His work revolves around identity and editorial design, with a strong focus on typography and design systems.
Experience

The Telegraph
Brand (Editorial+Corporate)
Senior Designer
2016-2020

Il Sole 24 ORE + IL studio
Brand+Marketing
Midweight Designer
2014-2016

Leftloft
Freelance Designer
2011

Education

The Cooper Union (NYC)
Typeface Design Certificate Program
2016

Politecnico di Milano
(School Of Design)
MA Communication Design
2011 — 2014

RMIT University (Melbourne)
Extra EU Exchange Program
2013

POLI.Design (Politecnico di Milano) High Course-Master in Type Design 2011

Politecnico di Milano
(School Of Design)
BA Communication Design
2008 — 2011

Notable Achievements

Core77
Student Runner Up
2015

Contact

+44(0)7592642800
dario.verrengia@gmail.com
Instagram

Index

Art direction for the company logotye rebrand due to the need to distinguish the company (Group) from the Newspaper (editorial) side. Telegrah Media Group does indeed include also, but not only, The Daily Telegraph and this was leading to confusion on different circumstances. We opted for a logotype embracing all the tradition and britishness of the Telegraph keeping in its serifs a link with the Newspaper.

02.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH SECTIONS

Sections mastheads restyling with Creative Director Kuchar Swara. We commissioned Commercial Type to work on this typeface to be used for the sections and tabloids of The Daily Telegraph.

03.
THE TELEGRAPH LUXURY MAGAZINE

Masthead redesign for the premium luxury supplement for one of Britain’s most respected newspapers, The Daily Telegraph. Designed with and under the direction of the Design Director Kuckhar Swara and refined by Paul Barnes (Commercial Type). Starting from the original version of the Austin Hairline by Paul Barnes, we came up with a condensed version and a bespoke letter R.

05.
THE TELEGRAPH ICON SYSTEM

Set of icons designed for The Telegraph print and digital platforms. Covering the Travel and Map sets and designed on the original guidelines by Fraser Lyness the icons are meant to work in small sizes (32 px and from 1 cm on print).

06.
24HOURS

Collaboration with IL studio at the redesign of 24Hours, the quarterly magazine dedicated to the world of watches. It's distributed in all contexts more important at an international level related to the world of watchmaking. With: Francesco Franchi, Davide Mottes.