Non-Format is one of our favorite design studios. Comprising Kjell Ekhorn (Norwegian) and Jon Forss (British), Non-Format has a very innovative approach to typography and illustrative deconstructed graphic design. Clients includeas Nike, Coca Cola and The New York Times who have all had great success using the studio’s award winning and highly acclaimed design talent. Non-Format is based in Oslo, Norway and Minneapolis, USA. This video filmed for Adobe gives a brief view of their working life. Continue Reading
Es la primera serie en la cual ilustro autos y he querido dedicar atención a 2 modelos antiguos no muy comunes:
El BMW isetta, el cual está ilustrado en el Print 023 y el Messerschmitt KR200 el cual está ilustrado en el Print 024. El haber ilustrado todos los autos sin neumáticos no tiene mayor explicación, simplemente cuando los tenían no se percibía con mucha claridad la sensación de estar: suspendido, cayendo, flotando o chochando es por eso que decidí simplemente obviarlos.
No sé si dedicaré alguna otra serie a este tema o a alguno similar. De momento estoy trabajando en una serie que tendrá como tema el segundo Album de Sixty Watts y también estoy trabajando algunos otros bocetos sobre “el espacio y el color”
We just got the chance to watch Closer to the Edge. The cinematography is breathtaking, with the sheer speed portrayed around the course. The documentary itself does hold your attention for the length of the film. The slow motion and panning shots must look amazing in 3D (we still need to buy a 3D projector). It makes you want to go and see the TT for real. But definitely not ride in it, Guy Martin’s fiery crash at 170mph underlines how dangerous it is. Not to mention the fatalities.
We’ve just finished and launched a brand new website for our local law firm MacDonald Oates LLP. The firm has offices in Petersfield, Hampshire and Midhurst, West Sussex with lots of really friendly solicitors who really know their stuff. The website design and build involved a CMS to allow in-house updates and a blog section for news and events. The project also included linking the site into social media including a Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn
This week we took part in the South East Design Forum design exhibition called Better Business by Design. The exhibition was all about highlighting the benefits that busiensses can take advantage of from employing good design throughout their business. Our submission was a case study showing the branding, print and web design carried out for Locutio Voice Technologies. The exhibition was attended by over 80 people on the opening night and on the whole was a great success.
Research shows that fewer than half of businesses in the South East believe design is integral to giving their business a competitive edge, yet at the same time three quarters of design-led business say they’ve gained a commercial advantage as a direct result of design. So where does your business fit? Progressing around the showcase you will be challenged to consider many areas of your business against showcased work; do you consider this within your business; could it be advantageous; where’s the benefit; could you pull in local colleagues to help discuss the issues and benefits?
Amazing cuckoo clocks and mounted trophies from Stefan Strumbel, a fine artist from the Black Forests of Germany. Stefan plays with folk art and the clichéd notions of home to create some really grabbing artworks. The use of colour is really strong in juxtaposition to how you’d normally see the objects. Must get one for our house!
With his art, Strumbel initiates a change in social values: Traditional ideals, clichéd notions of home and the reality of the individual are dissolved and transformed into an aesthetics that becomes an allegory of social status symbols. The artist unmasks the mechanisms of a society that is urged to the pursuit of consumerism by having surrendered to the attraction of the media. With his objects, Strumbel creates a world of illusion that reflects society’s real maladies.
A personal project for Rebecca & Nick’s Wedding in December 2011. The project brief was to create an identity for the wedding including the design of wedding stationery, seating plans, table names and thank you cards. The main artwork used across all material included icons to represent Rebecca and Nick’s interests and personality.
We’ve recently been working with INK to develop their online identity and launch a CMS website to feature their latest work. INK are a London based studio that use digital illustration and animation to tell stories and bring ideas to life. Posted above is their recent CG film for Silverstone Race Circuit to promote the new pit, paddock and race facilities.
“We use digital illustration and animation to capture the atmosphere and emotion of an idea, space or event. INK is a digital workshop where what we create defines our studio.“