Art and Culture Center of National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences has the mission of popularization of aesthetic education.1983ASIA explores local cultural symbol of Taiwan in view of art, extracted the traditional culture characteristics and stories from Taiwan’s local culture, transformed them into the flat visual language, and changed the art and culture center into a culture platform carrying dreams and stories.
This issue celebrates Matariki, new beginnings and acknowledges influences and learnings; past, present and future. This edition’s intention is to increase awareness of contemporary Māori Art and Design but more importantly connect communities and industries locally and globally. This issue is a collaboration and co-edition with Ngā Aho featuring 10 of New Zealand’s most contemporary Māori artists and designers; Carin Wilson, Lisa Reihana, Rangi Kipa, Jack Gray, Elisapeta Hinemoa Heta, Lonnie Hutchinson, Natalie Robertson, Janet Lilo, Jessica Sanderson and Martin Awa Clarke Langdon.
Logo, brand and merchandise are all inspired by the uniqueness of the region. A first of its kind in the region, Tin Man only sells regional (Texas) beer. Growlers designs change often to add value to the brand. Inspired by the uniqueness of the region and the industrial interior design, each detail of the brand was thought out. Included in the brand is a special edition army growler to honor Ft. Bliss, the Army's second-largest installation, behind the adjacent White Sands Missile Range.
Artificial Realities, an exhibition of established and emerging artists, marks the 25th year since the inauguration of the East Wing Biennial. The exhibition identity, commissioned by the Courtauld Institute of Art (London) aimed to capture the essence of the artists exhibiting as well as the surroundings in which it was set. The identity graphically utilises the architectural elements of Somerset House merging with intricate graphic grids to create intrigue and uncertainty; this combined with clever use of typography and simple, yet bold colour scheme help evoke a strong exhibition identity.
This series poster reflect Chinese haze pollution problem. The design show the state of Chinese national culture image under the haze. The Chinese traditional culture image, rare animal, world heritage, literary novel character are the protagonists of the poster. The essential purpose of design is calling on the Chinese government and individuals to pay more attention to environmental problems especial haze.
The graphic design reflects everywhere a clean, elegant and minimal style. The project has been developed via multidisciplinary approach. All the communication materials have been ideated with the new visual identity: more effective, more distinctive and recognazible. So the lookbook and the product catalogue have a new identity that reflect the new nature of Safe: a brand storyteller, emotional and expressive. The airplane ideogram even when used individually, becomes the unmistakable icon of the company.
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