Eastern classical music is a conversation of love spoken in syllables of purity and reflection. To encapsulate this, a generative system based on 'Raga' was developed. A symbol – the statue of a musician sitting at peace, her hands liberating the tunes from her Tanpura – was chosen as the core seed of the system to generate design elements unique to each performer's music. The lighting of the statue for each generations reflected the different times of the day/night when a “Raga” is played.
'Coincidence Supermarket' is turning the virtual world of online dating into the reality in order to affect real life interpersonal alienation, leading to people achieving face-to-face communication in their real lives. Coincidence Supermarket offers an interesting dating space where you can buy what you need, just like you can in a supermarket, and have the opportunity to make new friends if you are lucky.
The calendar Tastes of the World is an all-year form of promotion and it is to present values of various printing materials from a wide offer of their distributor Antalis Poland. The presented papers and synthetic materials is emphasised by graphics and a wide range of printing techniques: offset, silk screen, digital, and unique methods of refinement: die cuting, hot foil stamping, blind stamping, uv varnishing. The Calendar is comprised of 15 different printing grounds tastily featured by culinary attractions of some selected countries from all over the world.
Solving the Royal North Shore Hospital's wayfinding was not just about designing ‘better’ signs. Legibility, colour and graphics may be the necessary physical tools for a sign but it was the comprehension of their meaning that was important and how this was organised into a cognitive pattern of sign types. Clarity and directness of the wayfinding system is enhanced and enlivened by the use of colour utilised at each lift core as a wayfinding tool to correspond with vertical circulation. Visitors felt comfortable in their spatial environment, and were easily oriented and logically informed.
Insitu is a "site specific" dance festival, showing dance pieces created in relation to a specific site. Therefore the visual identity plays with dimensions in a typographic concept that puts words in a space, relating them to their surroundings. The typographic concept is versatile and flexible, and is being used in various ways across many medias. This gives the festival a recognisable, yet variating visual expression.
We created the logo combining first letters of the brand name. In this logo characters C and F make a form of a layer cake. Furthermore, arrangement of the sign and the brand name in three lines also symbolize cakes topping. This idea was implemented into the package design. Olive pit pattern is covered with transparent lacquer to give the surface finish. The logotype is pressed with golden foil.