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  • Transforming the Waagnatie into "District 1886"

    Coca-Cola has been the go-to purveyor for refreshment and fun in bars, clubs and restaurants since 1886. To reaffirm their role as a true captain of the catering industry, they hosted a spectacular after party to cap off the renowned Venuez ‘modern hospitality’ fair in Antwerp.  We helped Boris agency transform the Waagnatie into ‘District 1886’, a magical place where dimly lit back alleys converged into a hidden urban oasis serving the best street food, cocktails and nightlife entertainment. Our concepts and designs for giant banners, neon signs, graffiti applications, motion projections and wheat paste poster walls made sure you could #tastethefeeling of the Coca-Cola brand throughout the whole experience. Well known for their qualitative excellence, Boris agency once again came through with an impeccable execution of our vision.

    Project by Mirror Mirror

    *Text and images are from the creators' Behance accounts

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    24Aug
  • "Poster perfect", Yuan Wang's design for 100 Best Posters is in

    In partnership with the ‘Verein 100 Beste Plakate e.V.’, the Kunstbibliothek is presenting the ‘100 Best Posters of 2016’ from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The jury, made up of Alain Le Quernec, Eva Dranaz, Markus Dressen, Stefan Guzy, and Martin Woodtli, made the selection from a total of 2,116 posters. The competition attracted submissions by 632 entrants, including 183 students.

    In the categories for commissioned work, fine-art posters, and student project assignments, the high quality of contemporary graphic design is once again in clear evidence. The initial exhibition, featuring a presentation of more than 100 posters and the ​launch of the yearbook,  opened at the Kulturforum, after which there will be opportunities to see the show in Essen, Nuremberg, Lucerne, Vienna, La Chaux-de-Fonds, and Zürich.

    Yearbook Design / 100 Best Posters 16  by Yuan Wang

    *Images are from the creator's Behance account

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    21Aug
  • Royal Studio showcase Bruta Pro, a classic typeface by NDiscover

     To showcase Bruta is a labor of historical awareness and contemporary practice. On one hand, it is a delicate sans-serif grotesk that might appear to be one more modernist Swiss player, on the other, it has a delicate and intriguing character that honors the mid-20th century with its clear nostalgic behavior on the most condensed weights. How could we honor the century and hit a clear "we-love-this-font-so-much-that-we-could-fall-in-romance" at the same time? — Via History, Fun, Dialogue, and Confrontation.

    All the display images were designed to be part of a system that, working with the total of 64 different weights, generates a visual scape that tells the tale of the city walls. From a specific research of graphic objects designed for musical venues between 1962 and 1976, we've designed a set that frames the typeface in the cultural arena while being the center stage for strict editorial principles, playful type compositions, and clear information hierarchies. To depict such a time frame while consistently showcasing the major details in Bruta is an act of delicate typesetting, nostalgic echoes to compose to, and one beloved chance to study, to design, to play and to listen to Ella Fitzgerald for 2 months.

    See Royal Studio's full Bruta pro showcase here

    *Text and images are from the creators' Behance account

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    21Aug
  • Middelheim Art Festival featured a vivid and loud visual communication

    In dire need of a refreshing concept, the Middelheim Promotors organisation asked us to conceive and design an annual event to thank and celebrate their members and benefactors, plus attract a new target audience at the same time. Putting the festive into festival, and inspired by Rik Wouters’ ‘Zotte Geweld’ and other artworks in the permanent collection, we dubbed the occasion MAF (the Middelheim Art Festival).

    The visual communication featured vivid, loud complementary combinations of art, food and fun, and was declined on posters, flyers, banners and more. Pairing brands like Jeroen Meus Würst foodtruck with artist Kati Heck’s “Dabei sein is alles” for a one-night, all senses experience, our collaboration with event producer Tony Spark succeeded in bringing together commerce and culture during a low-threshold celebration of Antwerp’s renowned and respected open air museum.

    Project by Mirror Mirror

    *Text and images are from the creators' Behance accounts

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    11Aug
  • Shot in Super 8, Mr. Blanc communicates a design festival on paper

    Global communication campaign for the annual Blanc design festival. Based on a character (Mr.Blanc), imagery is generated to communicate the event and the program on paper. A series of visual metaphors are used that relate the character's emotions to different existing white types. Shot in original Super 8 format.

    Project by Requena Office

    *Text and images are from the creator's Behance account

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    11Aug