“Balloon artworks” are handmade and inspired by vehicles used for each month. This collaboration between Daisy Balloon (balloon artists team) and Nissan brought an unique and new visual expression of Nissan products. The main challenge was how to combine the robustness and hard edges of a Nissan car to the flexible and smooth appearance of hundreds of balloons of different colours. The final effect is an intriguing imagery with the vehicles’ characteristics being matched by balloon artworks.
・This pamphlet was created to be used by sales representatives from the out-of-store sales division at upscale department stores. It is a sales tool that explains the Johnnie Walker brand and the appeal of available products. We chose the leaflet/cards format because it allows the sales rep to only show the most appealing product to each customer.
By observing people's lives, social perspectives and personal values, photographer found that people’s subjective consciousness often influence their judgment. Therefore, they would like to subvert viewpoints with the work, in order to present the different side of it. Just like this artwork, the photographer created a new scene and new meaning is given to the toilet seat. By doing so, the photographer wants to convey the idea that external value of an entity doesn't mean everything.
Designers from Studio Design were faced with the challenge of presenting on 12 calendar pages the unique production of Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW). PWPW products: security papers, postal stamps, passports, identity cards, banknotes were presented using a wide variety of different papers, including papers with a watermark and refinements: Hot foil stamping, die cutting, blind embossing, lamination, perforation, spot varnish and printing methods: offset, silk screen printing, CMYK, Pantone. The calendar is a great visiting card of PWPW and confirms the professionalism of Studio Design.
Experimental typographic project that combines the reflection on a mirror with paper letters cut by one of its axis. It results in modular compositions that once photographed suggest 3D images. The project uses magic and visual contradiction to transit from digital language to analog world. Construction of letters on a mirror creates new realities with reflection, which are neither truth nor falsehood.
Yasumichi Morita's first photo exhibition was held in Paris. Themed on the concept of “Porcelain Nude”, not only photographs but also artworks collaborated with a French porcelain Bernardaud, original tables and chairs were exhibited. 21 photographs were finished in an atelie in France. All works were shot with Leica M9-P and Leica Macro-Elmar M F4/90mm.