"My Book" calendar is much more than a mere calendar. It’s the year-end present that has become a traditional must-have thing for "Antalis" clients. A calendar has been created each year around varying themes, so the 2015 calendar transformed to a notebook-weekly planner with 2 goals in mind: to reflect on the question of time and to be inspired by weekly qoute of famous people. Simple and minimal design of the calendar was finished with a Japanese bookbinding. Black and white calendar is revitalized of brightly colored flyleaf's and two plastic book markers.
The Post-it Colleague Care Kit was designed with a dose of humour where the usual laundry icons were redesigned in the office politic context i.e "Do not Bitch". The entire campaign seeks to create a happier and fun workplace where they send motivation quotes to fellow colleagues who needs a perk up after a long day at work or when there is an unexpected situation at work. There are instructions on how to motivate your colleagues, a Post-it photo frame is inserted to take selfies and wefies and a positive log is curated at #postitforwardsg on Instagram!
The concept behind these posters that one tree makes a million matchsticks, one matchstick burns a million trees. Worthless left over matchsticks are the main afflatus in this work. An out of context visuals made of an unexpected substances. Each entity of a matchstick stands out as a distinct character, it resembles the shape of a living creature, which evokes simultaneously the essence fact that these matchsticks were originally part of a living being (Tree).
The Pulse Pavilion is an interactive installation that unites light, colours, movement and sound in a multisensory experience. On the outside it is a simple black box, but stepping in, one is immersed in the illusion that the led lights, pulsing sound and vibrant graphics create together. The colourful exhibition identity is created in the spirit of the pavilion, using the graphics from the inside of the pavilion and a custom designed font.
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.