We eat every day. But when was the last time you ask: What is food? We as a consumer, seldom explore and consider the so-called food that we are eating. When it comes to the truth of food, media tends to highlight the bloody and disgusting scenes of slaughtering the animal in order to gain a deterrent effect, however, it is hard for the audiences to accept and the effect is temporary. With this situation, Foorigin uses a causal yet indirect method to raise people's awareness via a set of challenging perception poster and publications which depict the food productions of different species.
Let yourself to explore the city and perception is the only way to drive your choice. The project is questioning the rationality in people's decision making during way finding. An alternative circulation system is proposed and leads to a random movement of people. There is an uncertainty on the existing time and location of the pop-up spaces and devices at the crossing points, a new set of psychology e.g. perception, adventurous is encouraged in order to restructure the city's culture.
The project is questioning the general public's attitude to the mental disables. An mentally accessible environment is invented to fit their specific scenarios, allowing the disables to live in their imaginative world and treating their disorder as a game. They are allowed to enjoy their own lifestyle without limitations in the project.
This entry is a set of promotional materials for Athens International Film + Video Festival. When these materials work together, they narrate a symbolic story: the story of dominating Athens county by film makers who are hidden in the Trojan horse. Every year when Athens film festival begins, film makers dominate the town and create excitement. This set of promotional materials show different steps of this domination. For instance, the poster shows how filmmakers enter the town by their Trojan horse or the T-shirt shows how film makers enter the body of people and dominate their hear.
Josef Kudelka, a world-renowned photographer, has held his photo exhibitions in many countries around the world. After a long wait, a gypsy-themed Kudelka exhibition was finally held in Korea, and his photo book was made. As it was the first exhibition in Korea, there was a request from the author that he wanted to make a book so that he could feel Korea. Hangeul and Hanok are Korean letters and architecture that represent Korea. Text refers to the mind and architecture means the form. Inspired by these two elements, wanted to design a way to express Korea's characteristics.
“Night Falls on the Berlin of the Roaring Twenties“ is a book about the golden age of Berlin. With hand drawn typography, the book is illustrated and designed in the style of illuminated advertising, billboards, old movies, and movie posters, and translates musical and cinematic elements into its medium.