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- Watercolor SerieMediaWatercolor Illustrations serie for an exhibitionhttps://www.behance.net/gallery/88265509/Flux-Watercolor-Serie
OrreryMediaOrrery is a modern French restaurant in Marylebone, originally designed by Terence Conran. An Orrery is a mechanical model of the Solar System that shows the relative positions and motions of the planets and moons. It's this that gave us the inspiration for the branding. For the logo, the letters orbit around the first letter of the name. Here we set the name in a geometric slab serif called Beton, which was used for its elegance and perfectly circular 'O'. We then took stills during different stages of the movement and printed it on business cards and various menus. A lot of the food is presented in a circular fashion at Orrery, so we worked with a marbling artist to create a series of marbling prints that play off the colours and feel of a number of dishes. On food menus, the marbling was printed within circles and came with small captions hinting back to one of the dishes on the menu. The bar menu had a debossed panel to give the system some shape and the logo was foiled. Withhttps://www.behance.net/gallery/87993439/Orrery
Website | lg2 MediaA strong digital paw print for Boréale's polar bear A pioneering leader in Quebec's microbrewery industry, Boréale wanted to completely revamp its website in order to renew love for the brand, a well-known name on the craft brew scene since 1987, and allow consumers to make their purchases online. Offering digital creative that wanders off the beaten path, the site opens up the Boréale universe to a wider audience to explore and rediscover, cements attachment among a passionate craft beer community and increases conversion to online sales of exclusive products. The creative and technological challenge revolved around maintaining this strong visual footprint (the polar bear) in an animated and colourful way that captures the Boréale character through each one of its unique and nordic-inspired products. We thus opted for a digital ecosystem based on an intuitive and natural navigation experience, defined by a clean artistic direction.
Audi R8 RWDMediaLet's meet in the mountains! The new Audi RWD V
UMBALAMediaUmbala is a project based on the study of chromatic color schemes in objects.
All bodies are made up of substances that absorb and reflect electromagnetic waves, that is, they absorb and reflect colors.https://www.behance.net/gallery/87764105/UMBALA
Finding Water 2050MediaIt is 2050, Climate Change has reached the climax.
The fate of the world is sealed, A lot of things have had to change. Here's one village's Quest to staying alive.https://www.behance.net/gallery/88208127/Finding-Water-2050
Barcelona Districte CulturalMediaIdentity project:
Barcelona Districte Cultural. Finalist proposal. Institut de Cultura. Ajuntament de Barcelona, 2017https://www.behance.net/gallery/88199643/Barcelona-Districte-Cultural
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'97 ?MediaAn excessively romanticized view of the 1990s through the lens of Vaporwave, using aesthetics from the mid 80's to late 90's.https://www.behance.net/gallery/46856217/V-A-P-O-R-D-R-E-A-M-S-97-
Way RunningMediaOver 23 billion shoes are made worldwide every year.
Most are made of plastic and destined for landfills. In 2019, three entrepreneurs from the sporting goods industry wanted to give runners a better kind of running shoe that addressed this issue. In addition to designing a shoe that could meet the needs of the most demanding runners, they wanted to market a sustainable product that would be good for the planet and the generation to come.https://www.behance.net/gallery/88035135/Way-Running
EsriMediaCrazy clever new campaign for location technology experts Esri via MAL \ FOR GOOD &
TBWA\Chiat\Day LA. Print executions &
cinemagraphs for Forest, Airport, Construction &
Port created almost entirely in CGI. Photographic elements on City, Port, Subway &
Africa by Stephen Stewart. Photographic elements on Construction &
City by Damon Wilder. Associate CD: Kristina Krkljus &
- MAL \ FOR GOOD | Art Directors: Mark Share &
- TBWA | Executive Producer: Dena Moore
- TBWA | Art &
Print Producer: Whitney Knecht
- TBWA | Senior Art Producer: Elisabeth Fried
- TBWA | Production Coordinator: Jessie Glenn
- Brand IdentityMediaHow do you design a corporate identity for a photographer without showing an image? The answer comes from the etymology of the word "photography". Photography, the art / science of creating visual images through the capture of light. Etymologically The word "photography" was created from the Greek roots ????? (ph?tos), genitive of ??? (ph?s), "light" and ????? (graphé) "representation by means of lines" or "drawing", together meaning "drawing with light".https://www.behance.net/gallery/87999369/George-Chinas-Brand-Identity