El número 17 de nuestro proyecto editorial, dedicado a la exploración de temas afín a nuestra cultura y gustos en Estudio Yeyé. Un ejercicio que nos permite expresar todas esas cosas que nos inquietan…

(Source: estudioyeye.com)

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Monday, 1st September 2014

Pantone Color Puzzles was a collaboration between publisher Abrams, Pantone and illustrator Tad Carpenter. In Pantone Color Puzzle,children learn to match shades of each of the six basic colors in a self-correcting format. Each page includes a full color illustration and has four removable puzzle pieces that fit into the four associated quadrants, arranged by shade. This puzzle book enables young children to further their color familiarity in a uniquely engaging way.

(Source: behance.net)

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Sunday, 31st August 2014

Yorokobu is a Spanish magazine that focuses on creativity, innovation, technology and design. Each month, different designers contribute to the “Numerografía” section by creating a set of numbers and in issue No. 48 we sent in our Roman Numerals.
These Roman Numerals are the offshoot of classical typography and architecture; the stems become Ionic columns; the shoulders, semicircular arches; and the crossbars, friezes. Between them, they also work as modules to play with and create small constructions.
Symbolically, in the same way that the objective of mathematics is to discover the universe, so numbers are the bricks that form that universe.

Yorokobu is a Spanish magazine that focuses on creativity, innovation, technology and design. Each month, different designers contribute to the “Numerografía” section by creating a set of numbers and in issue No. 48 we sent in our Roman Numerals.

These Roman Numerals are the offshoot of classical typography and architecture; the stems become Ionic columns; the shoulders, semicircular arches; and the crossbars, friezes. Between them, they also work as modules to play with and create small constructions.

Symbolically, in the same way that the objective of mathematics is to discover the universe, so numbers are the bricks that form that universe.

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Sunday, 31st August 2014

The Makioka Sisters, written by the well-know Japanese author Junichiro Tanizaki (谷崎潤一郎), is a 1948 novel and has been called “the greatest cosmopolitan novel since the Meiji Restoration*. In the design of the exclusive authorized Traditional Chinese edition, the calligraphic title accompanied snowy background taken in real snow scene elegantly reveals the mood of the Japanese title. In addition, the manipulation of light/dark colors on the two volumes implies the decline of the Makiokas’ family’s wealthy life in the story.

(Source: acstdesign.asia)

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Saturday, 30th August 2014

The concept for this biographical book cover series was centered around the author’s place of origin, and features elements that directly reference those places. A papercraft technique was used to create a three dimensional landscape scene which would enforce the idea of the author’s setting and help achieve a sense of cohesiveness through out the series.

I chose to incorporate fences and other small icons to depict the author’s life and to help illustrate what kind of environment these literary legends were exposed to and how that had direct influence on some of the most famous stories in history.

(Source: behance.net)

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Saturday, 30th August 2014

Having quickly grown from a junior exploration company to a bonafide gold producer, the leading producer in Vietnam no less, Olympus Pacific Minerals came to us in need of a complete rebrand. Their rapid growth had left them with an array of logos and gold fields branded individually rather than sitting under one overall corporate banner.

Their new name was to be Besra. Which was particularly apt as the Besra hawk, a native of South East Asia, is a tenacious and agile hunter with superb vision; which fitted the company’s vision perfectly. Conveniently an illustrated Besra hawk’s head also sat perfectly with the final logo design.

Multiple variations of the logo were designed to enable the creation of a hierarchy that put Besra at the top and worked down to individual gold fields. The branding was rolled out across stationary, their website, internal signage, uniforms and even a cafe.

(Source: onebigwebsite.com)

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Friday, 29th August 2014

Разработка графического обеспечения сообщества велосипедистов Velocity

(Source: behance.net)

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Thursday, 28th August 2014
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Wednesday, 27th August 2014
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Tuesday, 26th August 2014

Серия плакатов для Музея “Физическая Кунсткамера”, расположенного в г. Троицк.

(Source: behance.net)

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Tuesday, 26th August 2014
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Monday, 25th August 2014

The Designer Après-Garde explore the world of copy culture that has come to dominate design. “It became a cliché to announce that “we live in a remix culture”,” said Lev Manovich in his 2002 Flash Generation. What used to be avant-garde for postmodernists, is orthodoxy today. Copying and remixing are now part of the everyday. Nevertheless, designers still claim fame within this domain. The Designer Après-Garde is the fictional story of two such designers.
In 2010, the mini-fiction was visually translated into a poster and yellow leaflets for display during Take Part To Ideas in Bologna, Italy, an open source exhibition about designer’s research on intellectual property curated by Melissa Destino.

The Designer Après-Garde explore the world of copy culture that has come to dominate design. “It became a cliché to announce that “we live in a remix culture”,” said Lev Manovich in his 2002 Flash Generation. What used to be avant-garde for postmodernists, is orthodoxy today. Copying and remixing are now part of the everyday. Nevertheless, designers still claim fame within this domain. The Designer Après-Garde is the fictional story of two such designers.

In 2010, the mini-fiction was visually translated into a poster and yellow leaflets for display during Take Part To Ideas in Bologna, Italy, an open source exhibition about designer’s research on intellectual property curated by Melissa Destino.

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Saturday, 23rd August 2014

LEDtoMagewappa

Auther: Yukio Hashimoto
AD: Yoshiaki Irobe
D: Ryosuke Kato
CL: Rikuyosha co.,Ltd
Bookdesign
2013

LEDと曲げわっぱ

Auther: 橋本夕紀夫
AD: 色部義昭
D: 加藤亮介
CL: 六耀社
ブックデザイン
2013

(Source: irobe.ndc.co.jp)

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Friday, 22nd August 2014

Spinto es una tipografía mexicana inspirada en los antiguos anuncios publicitarios italianos de los años 1890-1920. Como base principal se extrajeron rasgos de la fuente Bodoni, haciendo una fusión entre las terminaciones serif didonas con las terminaciones transicionales como Baskerville. Las gotas de algunas letras se acomodan empujando a las astas creando una característica especial. El alfabeto incluye minúsculas, mayúsculas, números y símbolos. La función principal de esta tipografía es de uso display en grandes formatos.

Spinto is a mexican typography inspired by the old Italian advertisements for the years 1890-1920. As principal base Bodoni font features were extracted, by merging old didones with transitional serif like Baskerville. The terminal of some letters are arranged pushing the stems creating a special feature. The alphabet includes lowercase, uppercase, numbers and symbols. The main function of this font is used in large-format display.

(Source: behance.net)

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Sunday, 17th August 2014