Digital Artists Magazine

Digital Artists Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Airport Bremen

A high-contrast modern design and a clear information Hirarchie distinguishes the new system. The orientation system works fast and will make a positive contribution to the quality of service afford the airport. The most important means next to the use of a new font, a distinctive arrow element the introduction of different, high-contrast colors. It was particularly on functional and psychological aspects, such as good visibility, readability and barrier-free information recording. New aluminium cases with contemporary, optimized LED illumination are used. Signage towers were added.

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Mosaic Portrait

The art film "mosaic portrait" was released as a concept poster. It mainly tells the story of a girl who was sexually assaulted. White usually has the metaphor of death and the symbol of chastity. This poster chooses to hide the message of "death" behind a girl's quiet and gentle state, so as to highlight the stronger emotion behind silence. At the same time, the designer integrated artistic elements and suggestive symbols into the picture, causing more extensive thinking and exploration of film works.

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Mountain Stone

Mountain Stone is the exhibition theme of an artist. The design is visual with the artist's “stone”. Taihu stone in the water half bright and half Mongolia, be neither friendly nor aloof, not only reflects the relationship between the artist and Taihu stone, artist and nature, artist and people, as well as his heart of the artistic conception of rocks, express people, people and nature, nature and people's multiple relations.

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The Japanese Forest

"The Japanese Forest" is taken from a Japanese religious perspective. One of the Japanese ancient religions is Animism. Animism is a belief that non-human creatures, still life (minerals, artifacts, etc.) and invisible things also have an intention. Photography is similar to this. Masaru Eguchi is shooting something that makes feeling in the subject. Trees, grass and minerals feel the will of life. And even artifacts such as dams that left in nature for a long time feel the will. Just as you see the untouched nature, the future will see the present scenery.

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Monk Font

Monk seeks a balance between the openness and legibility of humanist sans serifs and a more regularized character of the square sans serif. Although originally designed as a Latin typeface it was decided early on that it needed a wider dialogue to include an Arabic version. Both Latin and Arabic design us the same rationale and the idea of shared geometry. The strength of the parallel design process allows the two languages to have balanced harmony and grace. Both Arabic and Latin work seamlessly together having shared counters, stem thickness, and curved forms.

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Madame Butterfly

The idea of the designer behind the opera posters was to create an iconic portrait of a singing/shouting woman, the main figure in opera plot, as a symbol of uncontrolled passion. The goal was to show the tragic and dependent role of a woman in libretto of such operas as Madame Butterfly, Tosca or Norma in the form of iconic and expressive interpretation. On all posters the composition represents the final scene - culmination moment of the opera story. Designer was inspired by the suprimatic posters of Kazimir Malevich and by the painting of Edvard Munch "The Scream".

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