Knowledge Tree / Revisit / Self initiated.
Launch Canvas for 2 x Solo Art Exhibitions // 20″ x 20″ x 42mm // Acrylic & Enamel on stretched primed linen // 1 of 52.
Wax Sealed since ‘06
Branding for an italian event management agency
Ayana Events is an ambitious event management agency located in Rome – Italy, offering a wide selection of services to international Brands.
The Ayana Events tagline, “We work for your success“, testifies the corporate attitude and mission.
The Ayana name comes from african language, and it means “beautiful flower”.
It expresses the energy and the creativity carried out by the Brand, whose values of beauty and efficiency differentiate it from its competitors.
This Unique Design Formula includes: Branding, Concept Development, Visual Identity, Literature Design, Online Experience including advanced CMS system.
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Snake Bite / Keystone Design Union / Self initiated example.
Evaluating some new communication pieces, also trying out new machine tools alongside pencil. Everything is printed to get an overall feel of any artwork. Nothing truly lives unless it is outside of the box.
The type is based on ‘Wicked Grit’. Being a fan of alternative fonts that are not widely used, it really was put to good use here.
The overall composition is as intended, an explosive force.
Just a little post to tell you that I’ve just updated my portfolio, with 6 professional and 7 personal works.
Hope you’ll like !
LYDON/Art/Type & Elements
It is Jubillee time here in Old Blighty, and what better way to celebrate than to see John Lydon reminding us of one of the most valued, pressed vinyls to ever be released originally on A&M. Released during the Queens Silver Jubilee in 1977 to much criticism, it remains highly controversial.
The original cover artwork was completed by the serious British artist Jamie Reid. The piece above however is just for kicks.
As well as a recent new identity for Irish artist Philip Dunne, I also designed and built his new portfolio.
Another great session with NYC based, professional skateboarder Josh Zickert. Here he is with an amazing “hippie jump” on the Bowery.
For more from my session with him check out Cole Giordano Photography
Finally released, we at Laundry! created visual animation and editorial for this 80s airbrush inspired robotic extravaganza marrying our loves of both Robert Palmer and Hajime Sorayama into this electric and neon creation for Svedka. Second to that, we also completed a Jeff Koons inspired journey through a world of ghetto blasters, brick retro cellphones, lipstick rockets, and good old fashioned trips through outer space for the second complimentary commercial.
Here is my new work, a 10 minutes-piece called “Hello my Friend”, a 2 weeks skate trip through Vietnam and Thailand with the Vagabond Team:http://www.vimeo.com/41182452
Coming soon! Visit www.kronex.org
Last year we @Laundry! collaborated with Sony to create an animated retail experience for their stores worldwide. What began as a synchronized series of screens within each store playing at the top of the hour daily soon evolved into our graphic language carrying over into print, advertising and online. Quite simply we created animated flower petals that wove every aspect of their brand at the time in a very inviting and human way that made Sony less about the technology and more about the pleasure of marrying technology seamlessly into everyday life.
Below is a 3d render of the store experience which we created in Maya, c4d, and after effects and utilizing specialized servers and applications in store to sync our animations to the 28 different screens at once.http://www.vimeo.com/40058312
Cult Chansonnier Rebranding
Joe Barbieri is an internationally esteemed italian chansonnier.
“Like the painter Plasson in the novel “Ocean Sea” by Alessandro Baricco used to paint the sea using the sea water and obtaining smooth and intangible paints, almost white, it could be said that Joe Barbieri sings the air through the air, the absence through the absence, the empty space through the empty space.”
This stimulating Rebranding project is related to the publishing of the long awaited new album, named “Respiro” (Breath), published last March the 20th. Thanks to the international appreciations gathered through the years, this album will be launched worldwide in more than 62 countries.
Sublimio has been responsible for the whole Brand renewal, from concept to print and web applications: Rebranding, Visual Identity, Branding Applications, Online Experience (mobile devices versions included) and full CMS.
Web Development: Matthew Ferry / Photography: Andrea Boccalini
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