This series of self-expression was born not just to highlight the dynamism of COdesign’s identity but to also portray the team’s philosophy, beliefs, creativity and expertise. With a cohesive blend of design and psychology, the series communicates and reflects causes and movements, raises awareness and eyebrows, highlights noteworthy events and achievements, and celebrates people and culture through meaningful visual stories that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but are also enlightening and thought-provoking. Each piece has been meticulously conceptualized and executed for maximum impact.
The fine art and landscape photography series “Apex” reflects on the order and chaos within the natural organic forms and scapes, contrasting to the uniformity of social structures and routine lifestyles, and aims to displaying them through a setting that offers a sense of serenity and tranquility. The photographer believes that the facets of the mountain forms the perfect juxtaposition between ordered complexity and simplicity, establishing a different perspective on natural beauty.
The task was to create a visual identity for a new set of rules on office behavior in Telekom's new HQ. The challenge was to make it loveable so people would not feel ordered or forced, rather inspired to respect them. As a solution a very Clean Yet Playful design was created to promote these ideas and to evoke an instant emotional reaction in the viewer.
Designed in the shape of 28 endangered species, this business card was developed to solve the problem of conventional business cards being thrown away like expendables. At the same time, this business card serves to introduce the forgotten endangered species to the public. In particular, the bookmark function and the memo paper function help user to remember you and endangered animals for a longer time. And the illustrations of endangered species on these business cards induce reflection on the forgotten beings.
This TV series is adapted from real events, and justice forces open the curtain of underworld forces. The poster is inspired by the story itself and conveys the core content with the help of suggestive information. The concept poster uses white pigeons and black crows to metaphorize and imply the power of justice and expose the decadent dark forces.
Nus Nous photographs seem to represent human bodies or parts of them, in reality it is the observer who wants to see them. When we observe anything, even a situation, we observe it emotionally and for this reason, we often let ourselves be deceived. In the Nus Nous images, it is evident how the element of ambivalence turns into a subtle elaboration of the mind that takes us away from reality to lead us into an imaginary labyrinth made up of suggestions.