Jim Wong designed two guide related to food, both with a colorful and flat design.
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Recollection is a work by Albert Cheng-Syun Tang for The Institute of History and Philology (IHP) of Academia Sinica, Taiwan. This print is a special issue featuring the achievements of Taiwan e-Learning and Digital Archives Program. The whole design project consists of a publication along with a jacket poster and a manga booklet. The […]
Here is a new realization by Pointbarre (see also Mr.Something). They designed an identity, ten covers and several print for the new book collection of Le Quartanier, a book editor in Montreal.
I don’t really like folding the pages of my books, and I find most of the bookmarks ugly. But this project by Paperlux is reinventing the way of using bookmark. It’s simple and well-designed, I will just be afraid to lose it. source
The Hong Kong studio Blow designed last year a really nice desktop calendar embedded with a clock, named Calenclock. A project for Antalis Inspired by the relationship between the 12 calendar months and the 12 hourly time, we have designed a new format, Calenclock that combines both into a clever all-in-one desktop […]
Cuts is a pop-up restaurant born from the collaboration between Forza Win and The Ginger Pig. The graphic designer Archie Mc Meish designed the identity.
Here is a print work by Michael Lee a graphic designer from Canada. “Harrison Ha is an international acclaimed photographer who started out his career as a journalist. His plus 20 years of experience has earned him numerous awards both in Asia and North America. I came up with a […]
Here is a selection of posters by Suleyman Yazki, young french graphic designer, currently intern at Dumbar. He performs to manage different kind of style, from the rigid swiss grid to a total deconstruction. Certainly someone to keep in mind for the next few years.
Versay is Quebec and Ontario’s first distributor of fine wine ‘on tap’. For their launch Baillat Cardell & fils (see their other projects) developed their brand identity / logo / website / showroom design / and promotional materials, all taking inspiration from both the grape and this innovative wine service system.
I love books, so I haven’t been insensible when MSTF Partners shared with me their project for Tell a Story, a book shop on wheels. They designed a nice stationary enhanced by the illustrations. They also developed a new typeface for the last promo/action/campaign. “Once upon a time there was a […]
These posters for The STU Theatre have been designed by Katarzyna Zapart, a graphic designer from Poland. Realized for her thesis at The Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. There represent in order : Demons by Fiodor Dostoyevsky, Hamlet by William Shakespeare, The Wedding by Stanisław Wyspiański, Belzebub’s Sonata by Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, Liberation by Stanisław Wyspiański, King Lear by Willian Shakespeare, Moonlight and Magnolias by Roy […]