A poster in size A1 (approx. 60 x 85 cm = 23 x 33 inch) with 12 beautiful monthly illustrations and a minimalistic calendar. It’s a 2-color screenprint (black and neon-orange) on 240g Munken Lynx stock and has an edition of 75 copies.
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About the Typeface: FF Scuba is a readable contemporary sans, with a distinctive character. The initial concept for the family emerged during designer Felix Braden’s search for an offline companion for the Verdana Typeface. After he couldn’t find the exact tone that he was looking for, he set off on the development of a new series of types.
...The focal point of my concept is a main logo motiv as a balance of natural elements – green hills and blue water surfaces. As the main unifiing leitmotif of Family and Nature takes over the town’s identity, it is tying together all the graphical toolset as well. That is influencing my graphics expression strategy towards strong and clean expression so much affected and inspired by the ambience.
for a special feature in french culinary magazine fricote, french food designer emilie de griottes developed dessert tarts that recreate pantone colour swatches. berries, carrots, lemon, candies, and other foods are arranged upon a tart base, whose bottom is iced in white and marked with the pantone colour represented.
The aim of this project is to set a sign against the visual pollution of the peoples of the urban living environment permanently. Our cities are full of advertisements. Since the difference between the most mass-market products based on their contents barely brand artificial worlds are created, which should make the products stand out.
Ben Eine is one of London’s most prolific and original street artists who specialises in the central element of all graffiti — the form of letters. Eine has now built an outstanding worldwide reputation and wanted a brand that could translate across all platforms appealing to his collectors and the world’s greatest galleries.
Design For Ear We hear sounds constantly. Whether they are comfortable or uncomfortable, we used to spend time enjoying the sounds of nature. Back in Japan, there was a culture in which people went out to listen to the crickets under the moonlight. However, modern culture attached a high value to the visual culture, pushing the sounds culture to its corner.