This Project is an advertising campaign for a video game "The Final Chapter 2023". Several years later, a large amount of cities got damaged due to chemical and uranium weapons that spread a lot of destruction on earth and then lead to an extinction among all living beings. World War Three will be the last World Wide War were all countries’ fates are meeting devastation and inevitable death. It is the final chapter of survival for every living being on earth. Having the same meaning, it is the end of the world.
The 2016 Report is characterized by the use of an expressive typography, the combination of photography and magenta thread artistic submissions, the free-form layout and visible binding: everything is meant to evoke the school’s multi-disciplinary nature. The product is printed in hexachrome, using 802 and 806 Pantone Neon hues. The poster/book jacket sorts the different entries by type. The 16-page, differently sized bi-chrome insert, reports about the RUFA contest. It also contains extra digital contents, view-able via a dedicated app for smartphones or tablets.
The title Optics and Chromatic refers to the debate between Goethe and Newton on the nature of colors. This debate is represented by the clash of the two letter-form compositions: one is calculated, geometric, with sharp contours, the other relies on the impressionistic play of colorful shadows. In 2014 this design served as the cover for Pantone Plus Series Artist Covers.
"Protecting the Spiritual Environmental" was the core philosophy brought up by Ven. Master Sheng Yen, the founder of Dharma Drum Mountain, in 1992. The concept is aimed to enhance the quality of humans, so humans are able to face reality and solve problems with healthy mentalities. The design element for the expression of visual design is focused on how lotus flowers and roots "grow out of mud yet remain pure and untainted", and based on this element, the imagery of spiritual purification is created.
Hidden Stories of The Room is a collection of light painting photographs captured in a childhood bedroom. This bedroom belonged to two sisters who shared it once they were kids. Inspired by "Rembrandt’s" oil paintings and using a smooth combination of light lines and shadows, this collection aims to present dramatized scenes. Scenes that bring to life all the dreams, hopes and fears these sisters used to have as kids in the very same bedroom.
Matcha Me's new identity represents its true core; best tasting Matcha powder and a big love for Matcha tea. The new brand design reflects the main element "love for Matcha" at its heart and carries the symbol into the packaging design. The brand has a green colour palette inspired by the original Matcha powder tones and a pattern made out of the brand symbol.