Design Manner

Design Manner

Design Manner featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Kanibal

Most fonts are made in the way where all letters are created with one style and similar forms. Kanibal is something different where every letter has a story to tell. Every letter is created with different weight, style and form. When you look at text typed with Kanibal, you can see the game of shapes that Kanibal creates. Text is dancing in front of your eyes.

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J.C.Disi 2013/14 Biennial

In 2013 and 2014, the Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation (J.C.DISI) endeavoured to achieve the above vision in three unique but interrelated approaches; to initiated a number of design projects with partners in public, social and private sectors that propel substantial social changes in Hong Kong; to organise a number of programmes dedicated to capacity building of future social innovators in Asia; and to launch platforms of various forms and medium to catalyse knowledge exchange on a global scale. This book serves as an archive and a reflection of their work.

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Royal North Shore Hospital Sydney

Solving the Royal North Shore Hospital's wayfinding was not just about designing ‘better’ signs. Legibility, colour and graphics may be the necessary physical tools for a sign but it was the comprehension of their meaning that was important and how this was organised into a cognitive pattern of sign types. Clarity and directness of the wayfinding system is enhanced and enlivened by the use of colour utilised at each lift core as a wayfinding tool to correspond with vertical circulation. Visitors felt comfortable in their spatial environment, and were easily oriented and logically informed.

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Design is

Design is…, project started with an exhibition during São Paulo Design Week 2016, the largest design festival in Latin America. A limited, numbered edition of the book with the same title was created in celebration of the fifth anniversary of the festival and officially released last November. Two hundred creators and creatures from the universe of Brazilian design, including curators, critics, journalists, entrepreneurs, executives, entity leaders, cultural agitators and, of course, designers, coined their own definition of what design is or can be, a very rich collection of ideas.

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Artificial Realities

Artificial Realities, an exhibition of established and emerging artists, marks the 25th year since the inauguration of the East Wing Biennial. The exhibition identity, commissioned by the Courtauld Institute of Art (London) aimed to capture the essence of the artists exhibiting as well as the surroundings in which it was set. The identity graphically utilises the architectural elements of Somerset House merging with intricate graphic grids to create intrigue and uncertainty; this combined with clever use of typography and simple, yet bold colour scheme help evoke a strong exhibition identity.

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Insitu Festival

Insitu is a "site specific" dance festival, showing dance pieces created in relation to a specific site. Therefore the visual identity plays with dimensions in a typographic concept that puts words in a space, relating them to their surroundings. The typographic concept is versatile and flexible, and is being used in various ways across many medias. This gives the festival a recognisable, yet variating visual expression.

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