Daikoku Design Institute’s poster design for Tokyo art school uses abstract faces in acid shades
Tokyo-based agency Daikoku Design Institute has created a series of posters advertising Japan’s Musashino Art University. Simple, hand-drawn lines and shapes are layered amongst written type listing the schools and programmes available. The colour combinations are great as are the faces made up of single eyes and multiple mouths, bringing character to the abstract compositions.
Friso Kramer monograph - Iain Claridge
Front cover of the monograph on Dutch industrial designer Friso Kramer, published by 010 and sadly now out of print.
Branding project for Cosmos, a multidisciplinary and eclectic space located in Bilbao, the Basque Country. At Cosmos you can, for example, acquire a true vintage Kimono, learn cool artistic techniques to boost your creations, get an awesome scandinavian p…
Display documents mid-20th century, modern graphic design history through a curated collection, feature articles and bookstore. Display is organized and designed by Kind Company, NY.
Karel Martens: Selected Letterpress Works
Karel Martens: Selected Letterpress Works When Karel Martens began studying art in Holland in the late 1950s, “graphic design” did not even exist as its own course of study. Today he is widely...
Cake Wines Cellar Door by Zé Studio — The Brand Identity
Having worked closely with Cake Wines over the last few years, we were approached to create an overall visual language for their first Cellar Door which opened in early 2016 in Redfern, Sydney. The concept plays with the idea of nostalgic still life paintings and an interplay of shapes found in contemporary art — giving homage to the past and their new approach to the world of wine and the culture it creates.