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.
13 October 2016
POSTED BY JOIS
This magazine has evolved so much! its now thicker with better paper and content since the last time i bought one.
Issue 27 covers topic about how brands have learned to adopt to its times and not be scared of revitalizing it. Something a lot of our local brands should learn from.
It features design works and ideas from designers of different generations. In Rebrand, they write about how to revitalise a brand; in Graphic Design History, it presents the changes of design styles during more than 100 years; while in the Golden Era of Design, it shows opinions and ideas of designers born in different decades.
In addition to those topic, they came out wtih a fantastic insert that explains paper characteristics and printability, and understanding the modern production. Something really nice to have not just for designers, but a good thing to share to clients to guide them more on why choosing the right paper is important.
Brand Magazine is printed by SendPoints Publishing