TPC (Chablais's public transport)
Visual identity — © Hélène Zünd

The inspiration for this project came from the 'Dazzle Camouflauge,' a paint scheme used in the First World War, which was intended to make the speed and direction of ships unreadable to the enemy. Ironically, the design magnified the ships visibility. Using visibility to build a radical identity for the TPC, the skin of each train would reveal its specific destination – Leysin, les Diablerets, Champéry. In this way, each train became a mirror of its environment.