Posts Tagged ‘typography’
TDDA collaborated with Diego Leyva, Creative Director of Nhomada to develop the graphic design, we worked through a multidisciplinary process in order to integrate the industrial design and typography with the architecture. The result transforms the standard sushi bar, and integrates a new concept of rice bowl.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company was founded in 1898 when 38-year-old Frank Seiberling bought an abandoned strawboard factory on the banks of the Little Cuyahoga River in Akron, Ohio. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company was named in honour of Charles Goodyear, who discovered the rubber vulcanization process in 1839.
The concept centres on two bold feature boxes, which have landed in the store. The large, freestanding architectural boxes communicate the brand colour on the outside and have a contrasting internal lining, which either responds to trends to create a fashion space, or becomes softer to the rear to form a more discreet lingerie area.
The visual calendar ‘Rímtafla’ is divided by months and distributed onto 12 corridors. Each corridor represents a month of the year and each room is linked to a specific day in the ancient Icelandic calendar. The rooms are decorated with unique color palettes expressing Iceland’s unique color spectrums.
Trapéziste, meaning trapeze artist in French, pulls upon this visual vocabulary by creating a sense of movement and swinging around the bottle. I drew custom lettering for “Trapéziste”, which was inspired by circus typography from the 1850′s. The bottle of absinthe comes in a special gift tube, in all black with subtle circus performer imagery throughout.
The shop-in-shop concept is called adidas originals collective by Footaction and features a New York-inspired sophisticated design with subtle lighting, polished timber, metals and leathers, spiced up with custom city colours, street culture-inspired art, typography, interactive digital features and in-store gigs by various artists.
The supporting graphic language is energetic and colourful; geometric patterns which radiate and pulse giving an illusion of movement and energy to capture DT’s constant motion and progression. A core colour palette of bright primary colours and impactful typography move DT confidently forward into the future space they own.
The Sicilian is an old-style Italian restaurant located in New South Wales, Australia. As the brand name suggests, the design borrows heavily from the gentlemen’s style of 1940’s gangster films. We imagine this to be a place where mafia bosses patronise. The typography of the logo is inspired by engravings on firearms.