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Friendly Fire

Friendly Fire is a sculptural Lamp composed of 3 mortar grenades. This piece explores the industrial design of a projectile, with the intention to redefine its meaning and purpose. Made in Alabaster stone and brass plated in 24-Karat Gold, the work accurately reproduces the 80mm mortar shell grenade, one of the most commonly used projectiles in the last century.

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Dollar Chicken Rock Band

Dollar Fried Chicken is delicious and super juicy with secret sauce. The way you never tasted elsewhere. The consumers must be so touched by the wonderful taste of it. Besides that, the image of slobbery chicken is added, thus making the logo modern, fashionable, friendly and approachable.Adding dialogue elements to packaging design make a sense of reading comics when customers see the packages,also finding the resonance with the brand from consuming, and having more and more interesting interactive experiences.

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Taikin

Taikin is a high-end Asian restaurant in the city of Doral, FL. The visual identity was developed through illustrations and graphic elements. The name of the restaurant is the Japanese word for “good fortune” and it’s also related to the Tanuki; an emblematic character on the Japanese mythology who represents prosperity and wealth. Based on that synergy, the concept brings to life the significance of both elements and creates the graphic story that represents it.

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Eternal Bond

Inspired by Rabindranath Tagore’s rendition of the impish yet tender bond between a mother and child in Champa Flower, a blank wall, becomes a canvas for story-telling, by transforming itself into a veritable grove of Frangipani, whose low branches evoke images of children hanging by them, or scaling the tree images of laughter and play and childish whimsy. The landscape begins at one end of the passageway and terminates at the other, with the marquetry continuing in the fore and background, with semi precious blossoms and birds ,seamlessly folding around the jambs of the fluted brass door.

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Sharaku 3

Work exhibited at the Tokyo Design Week (not a competition) specialty category "Inspire Exhibition". The category that the selected people can exhibit, this theme is "Sharaku". Sharaku is a popular illustrator with many mysteries. The mystery is interpreted freely and expressed. Making footpack socks, making picture frames like the Kabuki mirror stand, styling and make-up, Sharaku may have been a woman. Under such a concept, expressions like fashion stories are characterized. It is finished in an experimental and impacting concept.

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Feiner Herr

The Corporate Identity "Feiner Herr" is like the product itself: the redefinition of tradition with a modern twist. The visual language is based on early 20th century design elements, contemporarily and minimalistic interpreted. Each modern translation of ornamental tiles is based on the original pancake recipes. It allows flexibility and in the same time continuity in the reinterpretation of the concept, following the regularly updated recipes. The chosen brand name "Feiner Herr" has two meanings in old German language and describes both a gentleman and/or a gourmet.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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