Digital Artists Magazine

Digital Artists Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Sizes

The inspiration was found watching a video named “Stars sizes comparison” that shows the huge difference between the sun and the biggest star of the universe. 5 categories were chosen and a fun description was added for each one: "bangers" with a power explanation; "Bullets" with a list of weapons; "Penises" with some details; "Japanese robots" with their signature moves and "Tobacco" with a fun time spending explanation. The mix between the infographic and the isometric style has inspired the typography and the packagings.

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Nissan X-trail

The X-Trail has been winning the hearts of young people in Japan who love outdoor sports. This time the vehicle has undergone a full-model change. While keeping its original attractions such as excellent driving performance and convenient features, the all-new X-Trail has evolved into an authentic “tough gear” that carries a wide array of intelligent equipment. This brochure is intended to invoke adventurous spirits of those who enjoy outdoor sports and to entice them into the world of “serious” outdoor sports that gives them the kind of pleasure they have never experienced in their life.

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Etsy Annual Report

This annual report is a student work for publication class at Illinois Institute of Art in Schaumburg, USA. Goal was to create artistic annual report that will keep one reading it from cover to cover. Booklet has 24 pages, in color. Informational and entertaining at the same time. There are total of 9 images used and over 100 of drawings that are creating the feeling of an artistic booklet that breaks out of standard form of annual report design. Some of the data is collected from a "2013 Etsy Progress Report" that is available publicly, and some of the data is fictional.

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Happy Pockets

A promotional calendar for goo, the Internet portal site that originated in Japan, this is an upgraded version of the desk calendar with pockets that has been a popular item every year. With the concept of “Make Japan Happy,” each month has a different pocket with a uniquely cut rim and graphic design that bring the season to a visual full circle. The pockets can store receipts, name cards, notes, and even little sweets given as souvenir gifts. Put it next to your computer or some other convenient place and enjoy the changing visuals from month to month.

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Arc Calendar

The Arc Calendar is a promotional item produced for the Yupo Corporation, the manufacturer of Yupo synthetic paper. YUPO® has water resistance and strength not found in paper but can be printed and processed like paper. This calendar expresses both the potential and the attraction of YUPO®. Made from a single sheet, it is folded and assembled into a three-dimensional visual object with foreground, middle distance, and background in arc form. This item originated out of the client’s desire to create a promotional item that is at the same time a heartfelt gift that brings the recipient joy.

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Dicecal

The Dicecal is a 12-sided 3D calendar with an extra feature: you can also use it as multiple role-playing dice. The decorative and creative design comes very handy to everyone who, like most gamers, are often in need of various dice. Each side shows not only a month of the year with the days but also a result of a roll using a 2-3-4-6-12 sided die as well.

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