Month: April 2019

Special Olympics Fundraiser

Special Olympics Fundraiser

Special Olympics Nagano Japan 2005 A fundraising event was held in Christie’s New York for the 2005 Special Olympics world winter games. One of the main items was LeRoy Neiman’s painting of Hideki Matsui, a Japanese Yankees baseball player at the time. The journal designed for the event features this painting on the cover without […]

Kanebo Cosmetics

Kanebo Cosmetics

Naïve Shampoo and hand cream packaging Japan Naive is a low end cosmetic and personal care product line developed for Kanebo in collaboration with Joe Eula, a renowned water color fashion illustrator. Using Eula’s illustration the bottle design was derived from extruding between two oval profiles, one at its base and another at its top. […]

Joe Morita

Joe Morita

Premium Saka Packaging Japan This sake is marketed for high-end restaurants, only available in the Europe and the US. The bottle is wrapped with shrunk-paper and its labels are placed seamlessly onto the bottle. The logo is transparent, so the inside of the bottle can be seen.

Pianirossi

Pianirossi

Winery CI Toscana Italy Pianirossi is a boutique Italian vineyard specialized in the production of red wine. The black represents the earth, the thin typeface signify grape vines growing from the soil, culminating with red as the wine. The label unites with the packaging. The box can be presented on the table, revealing the bottle and […]

JFLA

JFLA

Corporate branding Japan Japan Food & Liquor Alliance is a parent company of various food and liquor companies in Japan. Inspired by the shape of “Byobu”, a Japanese folding screen, the JFLA logo follows the zigzag line of the folding screen. One of the functions of Byobu is to provide a subdued back drop for […]

Pasona Tokyo Building Sign

Pasona Tokyo Building Sign

Building Sign Tokyo Japan The Tokyo Headquarters for Pasona, a Japanese recruitment company’s, is located in the corner of two main thoroughfares in downtown Tokyo. The main building signage is affixed high above the street on the corner of the building facade, visible from afar. Finished in polished silver and red stainless steel, each letter […]

Centurion Tower

Centurion Tower

New York USA Garamond was the typeface chosen to represent the essence of this I.M. Pei designed luxury condominium located in New York City. Extra attention was given to the proportion, kerning and material of the architectural signage to reflect the high integrity of this building. Scope of work included street address, canopy signs, elevator […]

Diamond Beach Wayfinding

Diamond Beach Wayfinding

Hainan China Wayfinding sign design for the Diamond Beach resort in Hainan, China. The edges of simple geometric shapes are inflected in plan to form the extruded pillars of the signs. The inflected edges capture wider views, and the polished stainless steel reflects the surrounding sceneries. At nighttime, cove lights and floor lights sprout from […]

Pasona Osaka Headquarters

Pasona Osaka Headquarters

Pasona Group Building Osaka, Japan Characterized by a series of double story masonry arches, this project was built right on the property line and no signage was allowed to protrude beyond this line. The building entrance is marked by glass canopies within the two central arches leading to the entrances. Stainless steel three dimensional signs […]

Flushing Town Center

Flushing Town Center

Pei Partnership Architects New York, USA Designed for Pei Partnership Architects, this presentation package for Flushing Town Center, a new mixed used development, was used to promote the project to potential tenants and residences. The project consists of luxury residences, a retail hub, office spaces, a hotel, a cultural space and public spaces. The documentation […]

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