Shany Abdalla Naji is a series of Graphic works attempting to revive the name giving tradition in my family. This tradition that broke upon arriving to Israel from Iraq, consists of naming a new born and adding the names of his father and grandfather. The designer learned all this recently after finding my family's immigration papers. This discovery left me excited thinking names can encompass within them the changes of tradition and culture and it made me question how my name fits in my family’s ancestry
With a human-computer interaction system, users can communicate simply through the manipulator. The designer hopes that people with disabilities will be more convenient in their daily lives and can better integrate into society. From the perspective of humanistic care, respect the differences of each individual, care about individual needs, treat the disabled with a parallel perspective, and understand and respect the disabled more.
Landscape with grasses, mosses, flowers and other plants that looks a small world are spread at their feet. Photographer Katsuhiro Ohkuchi takes photography to make it look like a big world by using trick of the eye. An 1 inch tall dwarf goes on a journey around the small world. A dwarf eyes are the imaginary world of their childhood. It makes reminds them of their childhood.
Fabric / FAB is an Exhibition of Sustainable Fashion. The main task in developing the exhibition identity was to create a typographic style. The accidental font used in the design Concept reflects one of the central messages of the exhibition – a call to reduce consumption in the fashion sector, a call for reasonable consumption. Graphically, the solution is based on a cross-type of a pair of fonts-strictly grotesque and openwork accidental font, resembling the folds of fabric.
This poster is a self-initiated project to support the creative industry as well as the designer's fellow musician friends. The poster is inspired by various classical instruments, integrating the instruments and the type into a playful musical scene. This poster is planned to be printed in Lino Print and distributed around New York City. This poster was inspired by the letter form of the typeface Bio Rhyme Expanded.
There has long been a global market for Indian paintings, but interest in Indian art has lagged in the US. To bring awareness about different styles of Indian Folk Paintings, The Kala Foundation is established as a new platform to showcase the paintings and make them more accessible to an international market. The foundation consists of a website, mobile app, exhibit with editorial books, and products that help bridge the gap and connect these paintings to a larger audience.