TeroMediaTero is an on-the-go coffee shop inspired by the distinctive neighborhoods in Mexico City. Busy cities have busy people, and busy people love starting their day with a great cup of coffee. But if you're busy, you don't have time to be looking around for a coffee shop and even less time to be standing in a line that just won't move. Tero has a coffee shop in every neighborhood in the city so you can get your coffee on your commute to work, your way home or on a Sunday stroll. Find Tero, get your coffee and keep going. No lines, no hassle, always great coffee.https://www.behance.net/gallery/94269265/Tero
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Fanal FairytaleMediaA series of images of the beautiful Fanal forest on Madeira Portugalhttps://www.behance.net/gallery/93707537/Fanal-Fairytale
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Lookbook 2020MediaThis years Lookbook is inspired by one of our all time favourite artist, Matisse. The cutouts resonates to both our emotional and intellectual side and give us a direct link to the precious nature around us. We used scissors and paper and created a cutout pattern consisting of immediate, soft and simple shapes, as the main design platform throughout the lookbook.https://www.behance.net/gallery/92759375/Vestre-Lookbook-2020
Warsaw Ghetto MuseumMediaThe Warsaw Ghetto Museum is a soon-to-be-opened museum exhibiting the history of Warsaw Jews during World War II. Its opening is scheduled for 2023, on the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. The institution's officials announced an international competition for visual identity of the Museum. We are its finalists. We based the concept on the idea of tearing, as nearly a third of Warsaw residents were separated from the rest and imprisoned in the Ghetto. To emphasize the dramatic nature of these events, we split the capital's name in the logo into two. At the same time, in communication, we emphasized bringing visitors closer to the individual profiles of Ghetto prisoners.https://www.behance.net/gallery/94313547/Warsaw-Ghetto-Museum
The Spanish Farmland SeriesMediaDue to permanent dry climatic conditions, a unique form of agriculture has developed in central Spain over the last centuries. In the area between Huesca and Madrid, the art of dry farming is practised. The fields are cultivated during the winter season when rainfall is just sufficient to grow crops. Harvesting takes place just before the summer heat dries out the ground. After the harvest and before rainfall, the soil is roughly ploughed to maximize water absorption. It is then sealed with rollers to reduce evaporation. The fields are also surrounded by stone walls and organized in terraces to minimize erosion. Dry farming is a sustainable method of agriculture, as the farmers use no additional irrigation other than rainfall. From the air, these fields look like expressionist paintings. The patterns of hills and terraces, the palette of earthy colours transform the area into a patchwork of organic plots, occasionally broken up by roads. Man thus becomes an abstract artist who shapeshttps://www.behance.net/gallery/94289763/The-Spanish-Farmland-Series
figures have spiritMediaLogos' identity is a modern fresh twist on Russian design, with all its history and well-established principles. It represents a cult-like dry technical design and emotional Russian soul, it is function multiplied by feeling, a geek engineer who found the meaning of life in formulas. Visual language techniques were borrowed from technical design. The aesthetics of simple layouts, infographics, technical fonts, and procedural design are reflected in the corporate font, iconography, and layout principles. A signature element is a heat map that reflects the idea of a function and brings color and emotion into the dry technical design. It gives us the opportunity to look at the product through the eyes of an engineer, as well as it reflects the objectives of the product that are modeling of physical processes.https://www.behance.net/gallery/94181785/Logos-identity-figures-have-spirit
White ShellMediaIllustrations for Portuguese housing compound development.https://www.behance.net/gallery/94256517/White-Shell
Beach Playground Part 4MediaArtistic project.
Summer and beach activities with surrealist look. Lightness, freedom, natural, relation to nature, escape are main themes.https://www.behance.net/gallery/84897373/Beach-Playground-Part-4
Press PortraitsMediaPress Portraits 2019-2020https://www.behance.net/gallery/94239531/Press-Portraits
Visaul Narrative ?
visual identity MediaDo they help or weigh each other down? Do they anchor or relieve themselves? The tense relationship between image and text that can be read in the title of Visual Narrative became the basis of the logo and visual style for the Prague and Copenhagen based photographic duo of Viktor and Nora Jelinek. Their focus is on "people, art and details", so the 3:2 ratio of horizontal and vertical windows tied to the letters "i" and "l" inside the logo came out of the most common analog photo format in a family album (4×6"), 35mm analog film format (36×24 mm) and full-frame sensor size in digital cameras. The unity of style is maintained by a customized Roobert font by the Displaay type foundry, thanks to which the principle of the logo gets transcribed into typesetting and communication in print (portfolio, business cards, compliment, stamping) and online. The color scheme copies the tonality of VN's photos and the subtlety of their approach to work.