What has shaped you?
Less is more: this statement impacts the way I live
and design. There is a need for more simplicity and eloquent messaging.
Balance: that's what design is – visually and logically.
Questions: why? Because finding answers is awesome.
The Crystal Island superstructure is currently being built in Moscow. It will be a symbol of international recognition and cultural impact.
The colours directly reflect the festival's official palette. Materials such as hard canvas, ink, black marker and watercolour were used.
The focus was to positively display an appreciation
for the world's forests.
The climate elements are used as complementary
color and shape to the radial design. Different
shades of green help differentiate the groups
while staying consistent. Using a constructivist
approach to the artwork played a role in keeping
the design harmonious and contemporary.
The magazine focuses on technical and performance aspect of biking. The masthead's font anatomy supports the technical aspect while its round edges add an organic touch.
Sizing and colour association help create hierarchy of type. The bright orange is used in balance with the photo's blue tones.
The tourism industry and culture of Nunavut are closely related to the vast and beautiful land. The goal was to create a feel of cool mystery and outdoor adventure.
The logo is a digital illustration using a colour harmony which relates to the regional flag and cultural art. The modified serif font complements the curves of the main visual while providing a traditional finish.
The very organic logo is paired with simple and modern accents to provide a sense of comfortable luxury.
In certain applications, the logo is cropped and angled to become a graphic element. With this touch, the identity is always apparent even when the full logo is not present. In packaging, the colour of the product itself is the accent.