New work updates from Toko, and it seems there is a lot more to come. Established in 2002 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, and since 2006, permanently operating out of Sydney, Australia, Toko’s creative output can be appreciated through an extensive portfolio of work realized for both national and international clients in a diverse range of fields.
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’.
We can now gladly present our most recent commercial for Coca-Cola:
Where Will Happiness Strike Next?
For the past few years, this has been one of Coke’s most loved campaigns; and now, Changing Lines and Work Play & Work had a chance to be involved in spreading the fun.
We hope you all enjoy and feel free to share a little happiness by helping us spread this shortfilm.
Beautiful exhibition from MadeThought and GF Smith. The Beauty in the Making exhibition takes visitors through the history of paper and the process of its making through a series of public talks, workshops and exhibitions. The exhibition aimed to tap into designers increased interest in traditional techniques and highlight the authentic heritage of this brand.
Interested in using ‘what we have’ and celebrating the product, we created bold installations using stacks of multi-coloured paper which acted as signage and information points throughout the space. Introductory copy and gallery plans were then stencilled using GFSmith’s CAD cutting machine in Hull (on down-time from making box prototypes). Exhibits were placed onto coloured sheets with a single turned up corner to reveal the caption.
New work by Barcelona-based designer Alex Dalmau. Identity and collateral designed for musician and percussionist, Dan Arisa.
Resort Studio, Zürich.
Build has just updated their work with this limited-edition ‘Design Film Trilogy’ box set of all three Gary Hustwit directed documentary films (Helvetica/Objectified & Urbanized). The set consists of a cloth-bound slip-case, 3 disc-tray and 72 page signed book. The hardback book contains essays by Steven Heller and director Gary Hustwit, with behind-the-scenes photography of all three films.
I love typography and I always loved to combine different styles of typefaces. In my new project I have tried to communicate some ironic and critical messages by combining several cool typefaces.
STOP signs were chosen in strategic locations in order to create an immediate relationship between the messages, the locations and the experiences of the moment. They force people to stop and read the messages, causing a reaction that requires them to question their acquired habits and behaviors.