Amazing fresh new work by POI, a multidisciplinary design studio based in Melbourne.
Chin Chin is a restaurant serving no-frills, quality Asian cuisine in a dynamic & fast paced environment (also created by POI). The graphic identity reflects the tongue-in-cheek, youthful pop-culture attitude and POI developed multiple communication touch-points, from the ever changing rock-poster wall to the ‘Adults Only’ wine list, to the neon signage throughout.
POI also recently developed the graphic system for Chin Chin’s sultry basement bar, ‘Go Go’.
New website update by Yum Yum London.
Hands On – Interactive design in print. Edited by Victionary.
In a world glutted with mass-produced products, consumers no longer settle for machined quality. While everyday communications have been augmented by digital interactivity, some designers see the value of establishing dynamic dialogues between print matters and individuals in real life.
Thanks Queenie Ho for the images.
Identity Suite – Visual identity in stationery. Edited by Victionary.
The most fundamental of all branding tools is a company’s own stationery. Being the most frequent touch points between staff and clients, corporate stationery remains a perfect and most basic branding tool for companies in any industry and of any size.
For those who haven´t seen it yet, the latest masterpiece from the surf cinematography is worth seeing and reviewing.
Behind Illustrations is a compendium that presents the current panorama of illustration where professionals the world over make their work known, with a range of illustrations with great visual diversity owing to the contrast of styles and cultures.
Great illustrations by Petra Börner.