Rizon Parein is a creative 3d designer
Complete portfolio: http://www.rizon.be
Rizon Parein started in the early nineties as a graffiti artist with a strong passion for 3D letter styles.
After quitting school at the age of 17, he started working in graphic design to make a living; the ‘School of Hard Knocks’. He specialised in designing flyers for Belgian club nights, which gave him the chance to experiment with classic graphic design techniques as well as 3D design. His work for Kozzmozz and Fill Collins Club were amongst the most popular flyers of that time.
After a few years he focused more on 3D animation and started freelancing for international studios and agencies like Tronic Studio, Buck, Transistor Studios, Hello Hikimori,…
In 2007 he was headhunted to become Creative Director at a New York based Broadcast Design company. However, at that same time he was starting to break into the Belgian advertising industry and he decided to stay in Belgium.
After a successful European campaign for Peugeot in 2010 there was a lot of interest coming from abroad and since then he has been working continuously across the globe with the main advertising agencies.
A few highlights:
• Eristoff 3D Neon Headlines campaign (Famous BXL)
• Toyota Prius US campaign (Saatchi & Saatchi LA)
• EA Sports FIFA Street Neon (W+K Amsterdam)
• High End Merchandising Designs for Heineken (W+K Amsterdam)
• Foodbanks campaign (Cover of Media Marketing & Featured in Lürzer's Archive)
• Peugeot'ptimist European campaign (Euro RSCG BXL)
• Several ING Bank campaigns (W+K Amsterdam / Euro RSCG BXL)
• Yahoo Bus Stop Derby (Goodby, Silverstein & Partners)
• Editorial for Fast Company (United States of Design)
• Editorial for Fast Company (World's 50 most innovative companies))
• Editorial for Vogue Hommes Japan (Louis Vuitton)
• Editorial for Qvest Magazine
• Editorial for V Magazine (Calvin Klein)
• Editorial for 032c (Nike)
• Installation at the Yohji Yamamoto store in Antwerp.
Rizon is also hooked on photography. The honesty of a single click and the unbeatable pureness of reality make it a perfect companion to his 3D work. Both worlds trigger and feed off each other.
One love for esthetics.