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  • !Konferansen's visual identity by Larssen & Amaral

    "!Konferansen is a new Norwegian conference for women, by women. The conference aims to provoke change and inspire growth—setting focus on strong women and their stories. The conference will consist of a series of lectures, debates and discussions. We were tasked with creating the new visual identity and marketing materials,"say Larssen & Amaral.

    Larssen & Amaral is a Norwegian-American design consultancy offering fully-integrated design services. Their diverse international backgrounds bring together over 15 years of combined industry experience working with branding, graphic design, and retail design. See the complete project here

    *Text and images taken from Larssen & Amaral

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    08Nov
  • Royal Studio's new visual language experiments with acute typography

    "Yes. It is a festival built upon the will to make. A thrive to allow a small community to seek for the unknown in a realm where new ideas are rarely brought to life. That's Mucho Flow: a two-day-long festival that bridges the notion of what is the state of the arts in music together with what it is to question what it is acceptable as a trendsetter.

    It is the significant other that is beyond: the gap between what it is believed to be set truth; the gap that can be fueled with triggers that ignite emotion.

    This brief is met with an acute typographical tone that re-discovers itself in each and every moment where it needs to perform. It is, at first, the responsiveness of the type that ignites flexibility, while thereafter it is the repetition that sets the electronic and intense tone of the whole narrative.

    Revolve set the goal to build a strangely visceral festival in an urban area that resides precisely in a big city while in the outskirts of the main cultural capitals of Portugal: Guimarães. Mucho Flow is a playful game of words that don't exist in the Portuguese vocabulary: Mucho is Spanish while Flow is anglo-saxonic.

    Now, The Royal wasn't asked to do an evolving language, yet it created the rules for a Mucho typeface, a fluid set of layouts and a vivid accumulation of contemporary visual languages to build the grit, the fuel, and the guts to build the architecture for one to enjoy a groundbreaking festival in a small village where electro, indie, and hybrid musical languages reach their culprit.

    Mucho Flow seeks the gut; the instinct; the reaction and the prolapse. It is an outcry for what it is that is transcendent in an electronic and mindfull overlapse of reason.

    Ladies & Gentleman, Mucho Flow!"

    Check out the full project here 

    *Text and images are taken from Royas Studio's Behance account

     

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    07Nov
  • Get around Art-zavod Platorfma, Ukraine's largest creative hub

    "Art-zavod Platforma is one of the biggest creative clusters in Ukraine.  In the past, it was a silk factory covering an 120000 м² area. Today the factory has  become a place for exhibitions, festivals and other public events.Before we begin we needed to solve some basic problems. Recently, Art-zavod Platforma has  expended a lot, and most of the guests didn’t know about the existance of the new locations. Another problem is inconspicuous navigation on the bricked walls and chaos in the building names," says Valeria Shaposhnikoff on designing her latest project.

    "We spent a lot of time walking between the different buildings to understand visitors' behavior. We made the customer journey that gave us an understanding, where were the crowded and dead-end areas. Lots of time we shifted, changed and deleted navigation on our working map. And now you can see the result of six months work.
    The main principle of the navigation are movable items on metallic grids, that could change or added in case, if new location are used. Colors are mixed all together to make a coding for each building,and will help customers to identify Loft from Co-working. Also, we tried to make wayfinding affordable and adaptable enough to change printed information  without Art-zavod's working team."

    You can see the project in full here

    Project Credits

    Designer             Lera Shap

    Ux-designer        Artem Ivanov

    Photographer      Akim Karpach

    Client                   Art-Zavod Platforma  (Sergei Sokolov's team)

     

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    06Nov
  • Le Corbusier inspires Marc O'Neill's new design manual Envisage

    The original design of the typeface 'Agent'; 'envisage' is inspired by clear simplistic forms and structures envisaged by pioneer of modernity: Le Corbusier. I designed and hand binded this manual presenting the font and explaining how it was created. Towards the end of the book are  a few pages briefly exploring the architect Le Corbusier; his life and legacy through design, "says London based graphic designer Marc O'Neill on his new design manual.

    Check out more on his his typeface 'Agent' here

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    03Nov
  • Jennifer Whitworth's typographic investigation into post-Brexit Britain

    "48:52, is a typographic investigation into the EU referendum, exploring both the remain and leave voters' opinions and reactions towards the referendum and life in a post-Brexit Britain. In collaboration with Harry Dowlen. Printed by PrintOnPaper in broadsheet format," writes Jennifer Whitworth.

    See the full project here

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    03Nov