Forest Food Court is a food court located in the office building designed by Famous Japanese architect Kuma Kengo in Beijing. The core concept of the architecture is “Forest in the city.” The branding and the 6m*150m huge wall art emerged from the concept. Delightful graphics and loosing strokes bring a relax, organic yet urban flow through the serious office building. The sub-abstract illustration balanced the atmosphere of the office and avoid of been too childish or cute.
Dating back to 14th Century(B.C), Chinese New Year is the most historic festivals in Asia. A time for celebrations, loved ones traditionally gift each other with wishes of wealth and fortune. Never endeavoured before, we extend the theme of creativity to Chinese New Year, revamping traditional wishes of ‘blooming wealth’ and ‘lucky abundance’ into innovative wishes for a Creative New Year. Beginning with the red pockets, the designs originate atop traditional shades of red and gold into a contemporary palette of vibrancy, whimsical and witty in its expressions, celebrating creativity.
FIL is a fashion design collection of brand space, selling a variety of interesting and design items. FIL means "line" in French. It is materialized, emotionless, and inclusive. It can be the most basic component of thousands of aesthetics, but it does not exist independently. When designing the brand image logo for it, designers run through the "line" in the middle of the three fonts. It allows the concept of the brand to be presented realistically and at any time through varying lengths.
The objective of the branding process is to place the brand in the high-end category by taking a look and a feel of adapting to the global trends in makeup and skin care. Elegant in its interior and exterior, offering clients a luxurious getaway to retreat to self care leaving renewed. Successfully communicating the experience to the consumers was embedded in the design process. Therefore, Alharir Salon has been developed, expressing femininity, visual elements, opulent colors and textures with attention to the fine details to add more confidence and comfort.
Inspired by Brazilian nature, these posters explore the possibilities of the Golden Ratio when applied to graphic design, thus representing the diversity of fauna and flora in Brazil through symbols and illustrations. The different techniques used here are based on Phi calculations (1.618) for the creation of guides, hierarchy and elements that make up the pieces.