Main theme of this design is number 8. Why eight? Conqueror was founded in 1888, calendar is for 2018? it is just the beginning. In this project number 8 is treated as a minimalist design, inspired by its significance, its symbolism, and sometimes just driven by chance associations. It was the springboard for twelve designs that join to make a tale of paper, print, and design.
Dandelions are very delicate creations of nature managing to be wonderfully simple and highly complex at the same time. That's why a specially crafted, stylized and oversized model of a dandelion is the one and only design element at the heart of the Delacon exhibition stand. Invisible to the visitor is the very complex airflow sensor array, which is arranged inside the flowers head ready and waiting to amaze its visitors: By blowing on the flower the magical journey of its onscreen counterpart's seeds begins to unfold and allows you to be cast away with their elegant dance.
This kinetic art object highlights all the possibilities that a great materiality provides to graphic design. The creative challenge consisted in designing a visual scenario of delicate finishes. Each flight, seeks to break with the static and bi-dimensional condition of the impression, presenting itself as birds in full flight, through the aesthetics of the movement that occurs when sliding the inner sheets under the paper screen of the cover stimulating the eye through simple visual effects.
This is a series of poster design which focused on the significance of water for the life of all organisms. Water is a life giver and is used to create energy for life processes. Without this element, we would be lifeless. It is necessary keep creature’s bodies and the environment healthy and should be valued and protected as the precious resource. By watching the illustrations of posters with the life of organisms, people understand the concept and content of posters, and have our won thinking to have the duty to pay attention to protect the environment and the precious water on the earth.
Well-designed skis manufactured in top ski factories, with shapes and flex patterns that are contemporary and accessible but still provide performance. The brand’s aesthetics is clean and distinctive. The chevron pattern, created by the art director Yorgo Tloupas, reminiscent of six black crows flying in unison, is applied on everything that the brand produces... not only on skis. You can spot the chevron everywhere: on clothes, visual merchandising, ad campaigns, music festival identity, and even a Chamonix map has been entirely drawn with this geometrical shape!
“Visually impaired people” are not completely blind. They are individuals who still have ideas, dreams, and still want to accomplish goals with the strength of their hands. The SPARKLY design concept is based on love and environmental protection expressed in the theme “LOVE & BLIND (love is not blind).”The design takes the ubiquitous Snellen eye test chart as its point of departure. For the product packaging material selected boxes made from recycled cardboard, the size of a stationery box. Consumers can keep the packaging for future reuse, adding another eco-friendly touch.