The Archadia logo is designed to inspire stability and dynamism according to the mission of the brand. The letter A, here understood as the initial letter of the brand name, was designed starting from the elementary geometry of a triangle, the static form par excellence in architecture, but also recalls the main concepts of academy, architecture and also "abitare" (living in Italian). The chosen blue color finally defines the institutional and academic role of the brand, but also the colors and reflections of the Venice lagoon water, where Archadia Academy has established its headquarters.
The River Runs Through is a dynamic art installation which explores the rich narrative of the water ways found at the Merbein Common; a native reserve on the Murray River of Victoria. The artwork combines traditional mural painting with innovative digital printing and is presented on the walls of an old refrigerated storage shed, which was once used to store fruit for a juice factory. At night it is a totally different experience; powered by the sun the artwork is transformed into a colorful light installation.
This is an electronic music album with the theme of human and philosophy, mind and body. As the theme of this design, the visual combines classical aesthetics, philosophy and modern electronic music. The various natural elements are combined into a chaotic image, the classical style is boldly used, and then the realistic images are matched to create the final scheme.
Villa Sorra is situated in the heart of the countryside of Emilia. It is surrounded by trails of fog wounding their way through the morning light and the checkerboard created by peasants' hard work. It is a pleasant and almost enchanted place. It is a gem that tells a story made by peculiar legends, protected animals, and grapes that become world-renowned Made in Italy's excellences: the Tortellini, the Balsamic Vinegar, and the Parmigiano Reggiano cheese.
A new brand and a new identity for Istituzione Sistema Biblioteche di Roma to reflect the open and accessible essence of Rome's public libraries network. In this new identity the book, already familiar from the historic logo represented by a closed book resting on its side, it is now an open book, a symbol of accessibility. The identity of Biblioteche, in all its applications, is linked to the presence of the institutional brand Roma Culture of the Department for Cultural Growth of the Municipality of Rome which is a stakeholder in Biblioteche system.