The coffee table Hungarian cookbook, 12 Months, by debuting author, Eva Bezzegh, launched in November 2017 by Artbeet Publishing. It is a unique picturesque artistic title that presents seasonal salads featuring the tastes of several cuisines from all over the world in a monthly approach. The chapters follow the changes of seasons on plates and in nature throughout an entire year in 360pp by seasonal recipes and corresponding food, local landscape and life portraits. Besides being a nonesuch thematic collection of salads it promises an enduring artistic book experience.
The Other Me is a series of drawing that illustrates the other half of yourself; feelings, actions, thoughts, that conflicts. It is personal work, but also a common situation many people could relate to; no one lives life without any conflicts. It is not the answers to the questions, but hopefully an opportunity to face ones inner self.
This creative calendar is an interesting mix of fun and practical. Clever use of Sic bo gambling elements to enhance the year round holidays highlights and holiday maximisation strategy. The eye catching colour and design make the design not only a tradition desktop calendar but a attractive poster. The groundbreaking design changed the tradition approach of calendar.
The challenge is to convey a very complex technically complex principle and make it understandable to customers. A conscious step was taken away from numerous similar companies, using in their communications technological images that are difficult to perceive. We wanted to show a technology company, but with a human face, reliable, modern, but understandable. A unique typographic solution for the logo was made, in which it is visually still in the process of assembly. Also, a system of official graphics was developed, which is also based on the collection of parts into a single whole.
The objective of the project was to design an identity for the TEDx event that could interact with the audience about the main theme ”Inside-Out”. The challenge with this project was to integrate the context of inner and outer worlds in one poster which was comprehensible and yet aesthetically pleasing. A red transparent plastic cover was used for attendees to filter the light by colors to remove the complexity of a visual subject. The process of using the red filter engaged the audience to be a part of this design by experiencing the perception of inner and outer meanings dynamically.
The aim was to design an app that help user know more things about themselves that they were not aware of before, helping them get more familiar with themselves. In order to achieve this goal, the application visualises their emotions and gives an overview of things they have been writing about in diary entries and how they feel about them.