15 February 2017
POSTED BY JOIS
When I was in art school, I would remember seeing Noise Funk posters in most of the magazines I browse. And it just got stuck in my head. This was one of the design that really affected me when I was just exploring on graphic design as a student. I can still remember the day our prof asking us to look for images that inspired us and we have to explain why. I selected a lot of Ballet Tech posters.
I didn't realize all those posters were designed by one person. I never knew who Paula Scher was until in my senior years. Until now, I can still clearly hear my housemate Flora screaming at me "You don't know Pentagram, you are a graphic designer!"
I got to hear her inspiring talk in AGI in HK many years ago. And it change my perspective on how to give a better design talk.
Scott Dadich, EIC of Wired has a tv show called Abstract: The Art of Design. It's an eight-episode documentary series about creativity, about visionary designers who shape the world around us—from architecture to illustration, cars to typography.
Of course we played Ep No. 6 first. This is the best design documentary I've seen so far. So much effort and I've only seen two episodes so far.
As Scott said it in this article -
"I can guess what you’re thinking, because I have watched a lot of design documentaries. Restrained, polished, pretty—so many of them look like a moving version of a coffee table book. You’ve got softly lit interviews, esoteric conversations, and subtle tracking shots of wide landscapes beneath unobtrusive music. Most of it is clean, minimal, and boring as hell.
We’re not doing that. My partners and fellow executive producers—Morgan Neville (who won an Oscar for 20 Feet From Stardom) and RadicalMedia’s Dave O’Connor—and I built a team of today’s best-known documentarians. Every episode stands as its own film, adapting the design sensibilities of our subjects..."
1 February 2017
POSTED BY INKSURGE
The relationship between the designer and the printer is ALWAYS VERY important. BTS on the production of our upcoming project with an art gallery
8 December 2016
POSTED BY INKSURGE
Identity design for The Invisible College - a music event organizer. The identity was inspired by the Rosicrucian era which represents the hand as belongingness in a brotherhood - "This eye looks with greatest peace upon the wonders of all movements and also looks through all the other eyes".
We also designed their first promotional poster for the international band / act - Chairlift. Thanks to Quark Henares, Mike Shih and Vikki Panopio-Shih for giving us the opportunity to work on this. Looking forward for the next concert posters!
3 December 2016
POSTED BY ZOOREX
Various inspiration for this weekend [src=SearchSystem]
2015 Blade Runner Poster by Studiokxx
2 December 2016
POSTED BY INKSURGE
No Chaos No Party: 28 Artists in Metro Manila is finally launching this November 7 in Aphro at the Alley at Karrivin, Pasong Tamo Ext. Makati. We have been working on this project for more than a year and we are very happy to see the finished product. Hope you see you there!
No Chaos No Party is a 218 page hard-back book featuring interviews, artworks and the personal archives of 28 contemporary artists who live and work in Metro Manila, Philippines.
Poklong Anading, Renato Barja Jr, Valeria Cavestany, Lena Cobangbang, Francis Commeyne, Louie Cordero, Vermont Coronel, Leslie De Chavez, Dex Fernandez, Carlo Gabuco, David Griggs, Gino Javier, Eisa Jocson, Romeo Lee, Jose Legaspi, Pow Martinez, Maya Muñoz, Wawi Navarroza, Manuel Ocampo, Christina Quisumbing Ramilo, Iggy Rodriguez, Norberto Roldan, Mark Salvatus, Kaloy Sanchez, Gerardo Tan, Ryan Villamael, MM Yu and Maria Jeona Zoleta
With Valeria Cavestany as Editor in Chief, Eva McGovern-Basa as Managing Editor and designed by Inksurge, the book aims to promote contemporary Filipino artists and the city in which their practices exist.