The Kaleido Mall provides numerous entertainment venues, including shopping mall, a pedestrian street, and an esplanade. In this design, the designers used patterns of a kaleidoscope, with loose, colored objects such as beads or pebbles. Kaleidoscope is derived from the Ancient Greek kalos (beautiful, beauty) and eidos (that which is seen). Consequently, diverse patterns reflect various services. Forms change constantly, demonstrating that the Mall strives to surprise and fascinate visitors.
As Wanlin Art Museum was located in the campus of Wuhan University, our creativity needed to reflect the following characteristics: A central meeting point for students to honor and appreciate art, while featuring aspects of a typical art gallery. It also had to come across as ‘humanistic’. As college students stand at the starting line of their lives, this art museum acts as an opening chapter for the students art appreciation, and art will accompany them a lifetime.
This is an experimental storybook about Anna Warrick’s adventure inside the World of Poster. The script and story on each page are integrated with illustrations into various posters. Over the course of the story, Anna jumps through different posters that touch the worlds of movies, travel and fashion among others, until she finds the poster where she belongs. The book is printed in hard cover and consists of 16 different posters. This English-Japanese bilingual book is self-published and will be launched in Fall 2015 (Northern Hemisphere).
This book is a compilation of 100 quotations that have been visualised and represented using typography, illustration, and graphic elements. These quotes were shortlisted based on their relevance to mindset. While such quotes abound as individual reminders, the aim of this book is to make this set of quotes available in an all-in-one package, presented in a way that captures the message in visual form and text form at the same time, and strikes a positive chord with the reader.
Borandá is an initiative to encourage society to visit Atlantic Rainforest conservation units. Its name come from the Portuguese words Bora (informal for Let's) and andar (walk). Movement's visual identity combines colourful and organic shapes of nature with a modern-urban scenario, which is the context of the main audience – those who are not used to visit the units. Visual identity creates a path of trails and the line camouflages itself in illustrations in a playful message: to visit the Atlantic Rain Forest is to preserve it.
The Ryft brand and visual language is conceptual interpretation of how the company’s cutting-edge big data processing solutions allow businesses to harness actionable intelligence from complex data. In an industry defined by bright colors and slick iconography, the brand’s striking black and white photo-realistic style and bold tone reflect the innovation behind their technology and position the brand as the gateway to new levels of processing performance. The centerpiece of the RYFT brand, the horse image captures attention and creates a lasting impression in any medium.
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