Viliam Kitanov is professionally biased in favour of the logo creation and decided to take a similar approach to the magazine making it more distinctive as well as his job more interesting. The key element is the idea behind the graphics. A graphic wit could be a letter, a word or a drawing, but it's always related to a design topic. As a result the magazine is not only the bearer of a certain information, but has its own additional value.
The 2017 version of the Pocket Calendar has evolved with the memo function plus. Since vertically long notes are perforated in the center, you can also cut and use them. A pocket-type calendar is useful because you can store notes, business cards, receipts each month. The one-point illustrations are casually directing the seasonal feeling. Since calendar part and memo part can be separated, surplus memos can also be used the following year.
Eternity can be waiting to be discovered in an ephemeral moment. This show is about that Poetic Discovery. Seventeen oversized posters of Typography, Photography, and Illustrations bring the viewers through such a story regarding a lost bottle cap on a quiet snowy night. The installation was designed as an immersive experience, letting the story surround the viewers. Then each poster is designed as a treasure hunt itself, with a small design element hidden within its expanse, also just waiting to be discovered.
Shallot is the visual identity designed by X1000 studio for the CFDG Young Director Support Program, including logo, posters and extended design. The designers use the first impression of shallot to show vitality, as a symbol of young, life, growth and the vigorousness of these young directors. Moreover, shallot has the flavor of spicy, symbolizing the brave spirit of young people in trying new things. Contrasting from other film awards often using gold and black, this visual identity uses green and white, the designs trying to create a very different look from common impression.
Design is…, project started with an exhibition during São Paulo Design Week 2016, the largest design festival in Latin America. A limited, numbered edition of the book with the same title was created in celebration of the fifth anniversary of the festival and officially released last November. Two hundred creators and creatures from the universe of Brazilian design, including curators, critics, journalists, entrepreneurs, executives, entity leaders, cultural agitators and, of course, designers, coined their own definition of what design is or can be, a very rich collection of ideas.
The book is about the living descendants of the great Hungarian poet, Sandor Petofi. It documents the vast amount of research the author did, ranging from interviews, archive photographs to detailed family trees. The book is divided between two families(the poet's mother's and father's branch). These are marked in the middle of the spreads with the page numbers. Each chapter starts with a fictional writing of the poet, as if he was commenting on his descendants. To show the relationships, family trees were drawn and placed on fold-out pages.
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