I generally have a love-hate relationship with sunset photography. I love experiencing them in real life, but I really don't like sunset photos. As a child I always remember seeing people marvel over a shot that had neon pink colourings with over saturated reds and yellows. Apparently this was a sure sign of a superior shot. As a designer I typically despise these scenes, I find the color palette tacky and unsophisticated. So while travelling in Hawaii I made a plan to rediscover sunset photography. I wanted something with warmth and atmosphere, but not a garish spectrum of 1980's colour. By using the final rays of light, subtle atmospheric tones and some careful adjustment in Lightroom - I think I found my happy place.
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The team at тень have created a beautiful and clever visual identity for the Brovdi Art Fund. It captures the creative essence of the organisation with ease, and is a great case study for how to increase the depth and dimension of a brand system.
The design uses a ‘creative window’ within the brand mark to express, extend and inspire the audience. Motion, painting, design or any form of artistic expression can be captured within the window. The space can also be swapped out for different words or phrases allowing the identity to truly take on it’s own personality. It feels alive and progressive. This design system offers endless possibilities for promotional or brand ideas to help support the young artistic community.
Designer Tomba Lobos created these beautiful graphic wrappers for is own chocolate brand.
Greek firm decaACHITECTURE designed this stunning minimal “Ring House” in the dramatic landscape just south of Crete. The natural environment provides an incredible backdrop for this incredible house and swimming pool design. The use of local materials helps the structure fit comfortably into the landscape, while the feature pool shines like glass against the rugged surroundings.