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  • Violaine & Jeremy's identity for Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord

    Le Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord 17-18 season. Founded in 1876, the theatre had an erratic existence and seemed that it would never get off the ground. In 1974 Peter Brook took over and decided to rehabilitate the old building. It is now a fascinating place famous for the accessibility of its stage to the public. The parisian institution “le Théâtre des bouffes du nord” asked us to work on its identity for the 17-18 season. We realised the fonts, posters and programs. This year, we invited the talented illustrator Anna Kövecses.We created a timeless, elegant custom font:traviata

    See the full project here

    *Text and images taken from Violaine & Jeremy's Behance account 

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    04Sep
  • Robinsson Cravents' ode to Scandinavian design for MOI

    MOI is a scandinavian furniture brands store. Based in Bogotá - Colombia. I was hired in the early days of 2016 to create the visual identity, stationery and packaging design. I was inspired by the simple forms of furniture design like Furninova creations. Most of the products available in MOI are created by scandinavian brands. This gave me the inspiration to direct the concept towards there.

    The Colors_
    With a solid concept ready to be developed, I begun to think about the subject of colors. I did not want the brand to look very dark and cracked. The main colors of the identity of the Scandinavian countries are beautiful but it was difficult for me to work alone with them. Thanks to "Nordic Co-operation" norden.org/en. I was able to get proper information about the colors of the flags. From there I embarked on a search for other pantone colors (pastel colors) to create a balance and a cool mood, finally adding pantone nuetral black and cool gray to neutralize and complement a colorful range.

    The Logotype_
    The shape of the "M" in the logo is created by the same formula of division (4) used in the "brand symbology". The contour of the logo seeks to give the element more character and strength, since it is a very short name. Also to maintain the geometric style of the symbols created from the nordic flags. Curiously the logo was designed after the graphic style. The brand tagline "New Nordic Design" was created by me, to replace a generic "New European Design".

    Special Note_
    The concept and story behind the graphics keep driving my inspiration-goals. Right or wrong but with a sense. I am so  grateful  to create a small tribute to Scandinavian design (I am big fan). Also this is a small homage to the man who gives me the inspiration to design, "Muggie Ramadani" , the true behance pioneer! 

    See the full project here

    *Text and images taken from the Robinsson Cravents' Behance account 

     

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    01Sep
  • Parámetro's branding for Black & Bone is all about repetitive type

    New it place in town for young & edgy women's wear. A modern and fresh communication was created with a solid sans serif typeface which plays a very important role through the whole identity. Strong contrast is achieved by merging holographic foil with black and white, this creates perfect balance for all the campaigns and peripherals.

    Check out the project by Parámetro Studio here

    *Text and images taken from the creators' Behance account and website

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    01Sep
  • Erin Callahan's exhibition of large-format activist-inspired typography

    For Melbourne Design Week, Testing Grounds join forces with Parlour in an outdoor exhibition of large-format activist-inspired typography.Testing Grounds invited Erin Callahan, a young Melbourne-based designer, to develop Speak Up. This responds to Testing Ground’s commitment to foregrounding emerging and experimental creative practice and Parlour’s advocacy and activism around gender equity in architecture.

    Utilising the multi-funtional outdoor grid system at Testing Grounds, Erin  responded with a typographic project using content sourced from Parlour’s  guest-hosted Instagram account.

    Collaborators include Millie Cattlin and Warren Taylor

    *Text and images taken from the creators' Behance account and website

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    31Aug
  • Neue Gestaltung design Theater Erlangen – Spielzeitheft's program

    There is no motto for Theater Erlangen’s 2017/18 season. Accordingly, the season program’s cover and first page are dominated by a large question mark and exclamation mark – a call for analysis and debate. The program further reflects the theater’s role as an arena of free political discourse by supplementing the clearly laid out information section with copious accompanying material aimed at encouraging critical thinking, with protest movement serving as the overall theme in content and design.             

    Founded by Pit Stenkhoff and Eva Wendel in 1995, Neue Gestaltung GmbH is a German design firm based in Berlin.
    With a strong focus on art direction, editorial design, corporate identity and innovative digital applications, we engage in cultural and commercial projects alike.Using form, color, type and code we create unique visual narratives, strengthening core institutional values and authenticity of our clients.Our work is a reflection of our conviction that clear visual communication needs to excite in order to reach an audience.

    Check out the project here

    *Text and images taken from the creators' Behance account and website

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    29Aug