Pretty Little Things explores the world of medical research and the intricate imagery that is seen under the microscope, re-interpreting these in to modern abstract patterns through the blasts of a vibrant fluro colour palette. Over 250 metres long, with over 40 individual artworks it is a large scale installation which presents the beauty of research to the public eye.
O2 was developed to bring the joy and mystery of science to students and uses its cover design to immediately illustrate that purpose. O2’s symbol highlights the brand’s place in Korean science education by employing consonants from the Korean alphabet. The symbol is applied to the same location on all textbook covers to present O2’s identity with both consistency and continuity. As a result, this identity is conveyed by various other promotional products carrying the symbol for O2 customers.
The designer’s main challenge was to create a logo design that combines the abbreviation AM with the shape of an old church spire and the most traditional of all mason’s instruments, the compass. A modern and memorable symbol that represents the company now and its values linking it to the past, as the logo design has been created by the designer for a stone masonry restoration company that specialists in the restoration of old stone buildings like abbeys, manor houses and castles.
The design consists on the branding system for Danielle Johnnei - a gastronomy full-service company that provides not only one of the best Italian trattorias of Northeast Brazil, but also a handful of other services such as food-service, gastronomy events, training, and gastronomy consulting. Since this project launch, the client and its businesses have had huge recognition, expanding the visibility of the client and defining a new bias for the “chefs” market in Brazil. All the materials were thought to bring the taste and the commitment of doing tailored word when we think abut food.
"Cinema, ahoy!" was the slogan for the second edition of the European Film Festival in Cuba. It is part of a concept of design focused on travel as a way of connecting cultures. The design evokes the journey of a cruise ship travelling from Europe to Havana loaded with films. The design of the invitations and tickets for the festival was inspired by passports and boarding passes used by travellers across the world today. The idea of travelling through the films encourages the public to be receptive and curious about cultural exchanges.
Gae-yu is composed of two book sets designed to allow students to effectively study and drill math concepts. By featuring circles, which represent stability and completeness, the Gae-yu cover design alludes to the value of being both intuitive and impactful. The circles’ 'mysterious' color patterns express the brand identity 'synergy up'. This concept is further reflected by the cover designs of complementary semicircles and colors which can combine to form a complete circle with a unique color patterns as full set.