Digital Artists Magazine

Digital Artists Magazine

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

 

Tibet Shannan

Tibet Shannan project aimed at promoting the tourism industry in Shannan. By creating a representative logo to extend the impression of the city through systematic products and tourist guides. The inspiration for the logo is drawn from the features of Shannan and simplified into symbols through contemporary art. The logo itself is versatile and scalable, able to seamlessly integrate into different products. This work hopes to bring a positive and interesting energy to the audience, better meeting the needs of the modern market and helping this ancient city showcase its diverse aspects.

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Jellybelly

The artworks of the Jellybelly series are offered in two limited editions: 10 pieces of each motiv. Jellyfishes are one of the most fascinating species in the oceans and they have a certain aesthetics the artist wanted to capture. The pictures were shot in a big aquarium where the artist had permission to work and shoot during the night in complete darkness. Only some artificial lights inside the aquarium and from the outside were just to give the jellyfish some subtle glow.

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Italian Capital of Culture 2023

One logo shared by two different cities (Bergamo and Brescia, united as year 2023 Italian Capital of Culture) inspired to the pop culture and designed to evolve during time. The whole geometry is based on bending of linear elements with constant thickness, inspired by the construction rods for which the two cities are well known, with the aim of overturning a stereotype of industrial cities and celebrate their resiliance during the first covid-19 surge. The iconic red element not only is a 3 and a B at the same time, but also can acquire different meanings and shapes in different contexts.

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Virtual and Reality

Virtual and reality are antonyms. By dismantling the font strokes and using the tools used in the design as the structure of the font, it reflects the conflict between abstraction and reality in the design work process, but will eventually find its own positioning and goal. This is an interpretation of the virtual and real visual image design exhibition of the design creation process.

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Peace Hunter

This is a series of posters showing the importance of maintaining peace and doesn't point fingers at any race, religion, country, or person. It's a message that conveys the harm caused by a breach of peace and shows that the other side will take advantage of it. Some parties are scattered all over the world waiting to take advantage of a breakdown in the peace of anywhere in the world. Where he lives, is a country that gained release after 30 years of war. Ending a war is difficult, so he believes that it is so vital to identify the chances that war can happen and take measures to prevent it.

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Sejong Center Rebranding

The Sejong Center for the Performing Arts is an old public institution that opened in Seoul in 1978. What is special about this identity design is that it tried to break away from the existing logo design of Korean public institutions. These attempts are a new combination of the old and the recent, and Hangul itself serves as a symbol. In particular, the use of Hangul as a logo is appealing to the younger generation as a new retro with boldness that is rarely seen in South Korea. In addition, beyond the logo, it was designed with various senses through typefaces, clothes, and books.

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