The design of The Blue Whale Café was created as a motif to help the endangered species get closer to the people and spread awareness about how to save the ocean. The big idea of this branding is friendly educate moms and kids about ocean in daily life. Therefore designer focus on environmental friendly packaging using recyclable packaging materials and make them to visit more at The Blue Whale Café. It also help kids bring ocean conservation to their school. Moreover, The Blue Whale Café also supports organizations working to protect the ocean.
Throughout the illustrations, a story is told about an adventurous brother and sister in an unknown world. In their travels, they experience new things and come across a shapeshifting cat that guides them. The inspiration behind the illustrations comes from the love of big cats, adventure, and childhood. The challenge was to understand the meaning behind the creation of a cat and to draw one that is ambiguous, perfect, and extremely cute. Lithography provides the ability to bring the world of imagination and art to life with the delicacy and finesse of the lines.
Klammhoehe is the name of an Austrian mountain pass as well as of the restaurant located on its top. The aim was to develop a corporate identity for the restaurant and for its homemade products like pestos, jams, juices and salads. Only the best products find their way onto its tables. The menu selection follows the principle less is more. The identity is reflected also in the interior design. The home-made products are vividly colorful and sometimes they have interessting textures, so it was important that the packaging dont obscure the products.
The brief required us to create a print advert that is visually driven and captures the essence of the product and what it does. My concept is based on the predatory analogy to dramatize the sharpness of Wüsthof chef’s knife. The T-rex (chef’s knife) will effortlessly slice through your larger chunks of meat.
Tearalab logo design is for a Korean and Japanese fusion bubble tea restaurant. Designer Yao inspiration comes from a laboratory test. To make a great bubble tea one must go through multiple experiments to find a good flavor. The design breaks the shackles of traditional cup elements. It introduces everyday consumers with a direct and simple element that reflects a delicate contracted design with elegant temperament.
Between The Shores aims to show the dimensions of the refugee crisis by giving numbers and statistics while telling the personal story of a young refugee. It delivers emotions and hard facts equally to illustrate a bitter fate that most people don't want to see. The brochure wants to raise awareness, educate and give people a starting point for further discussions.