Chui Wan is an experimental psychedelic rock band who asked Qingyu Wu to create art work for their new album, The Landscape the Tropics Never Had. Wu designed this bilingual visual identity draws upon the soft tone of photography and the unique mix of calligraphic and typographic form to represent the tracks’ ambiguous, poetic, and textural melodies. Created artwork for the CD, cassette tape, t-shirts, banners, posters, and the 12-inch, which was included with a limited edition press of the vinyl.
Dollar Fried Chicken is delicious and super juicy with secret sauce. The way you never tasted elsewhere. The consumers must be so touched by the wonderful taste of it. Besides that, the image of slobbery chicken is added, thus making the logo modern, fashionable, friendly and approachable.Adding dialogue elements to packaging design make a sense of reading comics when customers see the packages,also finding the resonance with the brand from consuming, and having more and more interesting interactive experiences.
"Crooked for you" is the third studio album of the Swiss rock band "Death by Chocolate". Graphic designer Alain Aebersold had the honor of designing the cover artwork for it. Inspired by landscapes of imaginary worlds, the design underlines the album title and gives it even more meaning. You can see a crooked visual on the cover which transports you through a perfect sphere and when opening the booklet you’ll get guided into unforeseen and striking aesthetics of a fictive world. The landscape seems to be strange but familiar at the same time.
Solaris is a cosmic exhibition place with installations which make the visitor feel like he or she has entered the outer space. The transferal to distant galaxies is instantaneous – by opening the entrance door. That’s why the design conveys the idea of teleport, immediate and precise instrument of transport between different parts of the Universe.
Papanapa was invited to develop a new visual identity to represent the technological, creative and automated process behind Anti-Glitch Foundation, a Brazilian post-production company. After a series of research rounds, the design team was deeply inspired by the rich 8 bit visual universe, the incomprehension and inconsistency left by glitches and film structures' concepts such as fragments, montage, exaggeration and conflict. The final result is an unique, bold and type-based visual communication with a vibrant and strong storytelling.
The Corporate Identity "Feiner Herr" is like the product itself: the redefinition of tradition with a modern twist. The visual language is based on early 20th century design elements, contemporarily and minimalistic interpreted. Each modern translation of ornamental tiles is based on the original pancake recipes. It allows flexibility and in the same time continuity in the reinterpretation of the concept, following the regularly updated recipes. The chosen brand name "Feiner Herr" has two meanings in old German language and describes both a gentleman and/or a gourmet.