Kousaku says in the beginning, the air was so tense that it was almost like a battlefield. Eventually, that battlefield changed to everyday life, and he was gradually released from the tension. Then, He went out to the vegetation, alleyways and marches to his heart's content. Strangely, no matter were he went, there was unique atmosphere, and he felt signs of people and the kindness of the fishermen at the harbor. He had a nostalgic feeling as if it were the original scenery of his boyhood.
Looking for a different way to promote and present architectural designs besides known rendering and visualization techniques this projects follows an exciting attempt and research to use the collective graphical and visual language of a manga or a comic as representation and communication tool. They are occurring in every possible form on every possible level in a daily life base, so what could be more shared and comprehensible than to take this language and create at the same time more awareness of cityscapes, public spaces and activities taking place within your daily (urban) environment.
The main idea was to stand out of the mass of traditional client magazines. First of all, by the means of the unusual cover. The front cover of the TimeFlies magazine for Nordica airline features contemporary Estonian design, and the title of the magazine on the cover of each issue is handwritten by the author of the featured work. The modern and minimalistic design of the magazine covers conveys without any additional words creativity of the new airline, attractivity of Estonian nature and success of the young Estonian designers.
This work was created for an advertising campain for the company Stolner, a firm producing high quality catering equipment. The title of the campain was "Professional Cooling Without Compromise". The firm's claim is to guarantee good quality of the food as well as maintain the quality with the delivery service. For finding a good advertising solution, the photographer and digital artist michael liebert, aproached this rather uninspiring theme in a humorous way. The foto is ment as an "eye-catcher" and should help the person looking at it to get access to the theme easily.
This book is called "The Way of Knowledge and the Holy Spirit" by Michael Debus. In it, the author attempts to make ancient myths understandable to a modern audience through his knowledge of philosophical thought. The author expresses his thought process on the paper by way of a distinctive design using blind embossing. By passing through the doors opened by the author's thought process, the reader is presented with the image of the essence of myths that otherwise seem wrapped in veils.
This is the logo design and branding for "Relux", an internet service for making reservations at lodging facilities. The seven lines in the symbol represent the biorhythm of human feelings such as joy, sadness, or surprise, as well as each of the seven days of the week. The color of brand is blue, Japan's traditional color that named this particular color "Relux Japan Blue" to show determination to become Japan's top booking service provider.