(Source: annatype.com)

azizaesque:

Calligraphic Panel - Mughal Tile Work (by ||| Tammie)
A small portion of a larger calligraphic panel, this tile work is a technique that was mastered by the Mughals, and comprises individually cut-out pieces of glazed tile which were fitted together like a mozaic. Called ‘Kashikari’, this example is on the east-facing façade of the main prayer chamber of the Wazir Khan Mosque. It dates back to 1634 under the reign of Shah Jahan, but may have undergone sympathetic restoration some time in the 20th Century. Hairline cracks are now appearing on the white-glazed areas, but the thicker original cuts can still be identified, dividing the larger white areas into more manageable smaller pieces.

azizaesque:

Calligraphic Panel - Mughal Tile Work (by ||| Tammie)

A small portion of a larger calligraphic panel, this tile work is a technique that was mastered by the Mughals, and comprises individually cut-out pieces of glazed tile which were fitted together like a mozaic. Called ‘Kashikari’, this example is on the east-facing façade of the main prayer chamber of the Wazir Khan Mosque. It dates back to 1634 under the reign of Shah Jahan, but may have undergone sympathetic restoration some time in the 20th Century. Hairline cracks are now appearing on the white-glazed areas, but the thicker original cuts can still be identified, dividing the larger white areas into more manageable smaller pieces.

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Monday, 29th September 2014
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Monday, 29th September 2014

With landscape as a metaphor, the exhibition asks what lies at the heart of our contemporary utopias. From inspiration in the past and urgencies of the present, to projections of possible futures, the needs and virtues of our time (ecology, economy, social cohesion and technology) are extrapolated and implicitly worked into the exhibition and its parallel program. See more on website Bureau Europa, Maastricht.

With landscape as a metaphor, the exhibition asks what lies at the heart of our contemporary utopias. From inspiration in the past and urgencies of the present, to projections of possible futures, the needs and virtues of our time (ecology, economy, social cohesion and technology) are extrapolated and implicitly worked into the exhibition and its parallel program. See more on website Bureau Europa, Maastricht.

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Monday, 29th September 2014

Berger & Föhr was selected to participate in Making Colorado and to contribute to the creation of a new Colorado state identity and ultimately a new visual Colorado brand. You canview a comprehensive version of our proposal here.

(Source: bergerfohr.com)

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Sunday, 28th September 2014
typejoy:

(via bivgrafik | Signaletik | Picassohaus, Basel)
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Friday, 26th September 2014
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Friday, 26th September 2014
womenofgraphicdesign:

Cover design by Allison Saltzman
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Thursday, 25th September 2014
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Thursday, 25th September 2014

Task
Brand identity and packaging design for new luxury spa and lifestyle brand.

Scope
Brand strategy, identity and graphic design.

Solution
An intricate design that is inspired by the rich, natural resources of the unspoiled Dalmatian Coast and Adriatic sea.

(Source: pearlfisher.com)

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Tuesday, 23rd September 2014
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Tuesday, 23rd September 2014
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Monday, 22nd September 2014

Packaging concept for local products trade fairs during the Setouchi Trienniale 2013. Inspiration for the design is a bird that occurs in areas of Japan (Parus varius). It has a very similar color like The Riceenoir Sake and has a local character.

(Source: konradsybilski.com)

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Monday, 22nd September 2014
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Monday, 22nd September 2014

“Number 9”. This wine from Ribera de Queiles has the number 9 as its motif. Free of historical baggage and designed for the North American market, this wine has allowed for an unusual degree of creative freedom. The result is an iconic project with sweeping diffusion. Client: Vintae. Fb. Tw.

“Number 9”. This wine from Ribera de Queiles has the number 9 as its motif. Free of historical baggage and designed for the North American market, this wine has allowed for an unusual degree of creative freedom. The result is an iconic project with sweeping diffusion. Client: Vintae. Fb. Tw.

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Sunday, 21st September 2014