Inuit

Inuit, soaps inspired by an Eskimo village, a collaboration project of Solo . & Beatriz Montañana. The project begin from creating the name to graphic identity. The result of a flexible logo, referring to the Inuit village and uses part of it as a symbol. The visual system includes colours to distinguish between...

MENU

MENU by Robert Harrison & Robbie Postma. A unique and fearless way communicating their idea of food as experience into an edgy photographic project. Creating the project with experimenting and paying a lot of attention to the details, the composition and not to mention the choices of canvas. Hand crafted for...

ISLAS

ISLAS by Felipe Bedoya, illustrate using graphite, charcoal, watercolor, serigraphy. Such a dreamy illustrations execute in a simple complexity. ISLAS The islands have harbored our conscious fantasies and Our unconscious projections. Las islas han albergado nuestras fantasias conscientes y  nuestras proyecciones inconscientes. Techniques: Graphite - Charcoal - Watercolor - serigraphy ...

Charcoal For Children

Hi all, this 21st January I joined up as volunteer in Cush Cush Gallery annual event called the Charcoal for Children. The program is part of LagiLagi initiative that aims to encourage creativity amongst children and is free for children 8-16 years old. The event held for...

Khatulistiwa

Khatulistiwa brand by the 1984, a travel consultancy business, with diving and surfing as their forte. The name comes from both owner name Kartina Dirix and Leonard Lumanauw, the adventurous couple who decided to pour their passion into business and form Khatulistiwa. The naming Khatulistiwa word itself means equator in...