Art direction and UI design for the interactive website of Vesterbro – a type family by Black[Foundry]
Named after the city district located where the old Western Gate of Copenhagen used to be, Vesterbro is an attractive new serif face from Black[Foundry]. It is the brainchild of Jérémie Hornus, who developed the type family in collaboration with Alisa Nowak and Ilya Naumoff.
Concept and animation for the New Year greeting card of Be One Too a coaching company based in Paris. The client is a big fan of a famous French cartoon Shadoks. This was an amazing starting point to
Screen Sans is a font we designed exclusively for FontStore. Here is how they describe it: Screen Sans is a large family of constructed-style sans serif fonts. These fonts feature forms that look l
TapeMag is an independent poster/publication about electronic music and the culture of the 80ies. The idea belongs to thetape a french electro-pop band based in Paris.
Interior graphics for a 5000 sq m Alcon office a company based in Freiburg, Switzerland. Alcon is helping people see the world better through advanced surgical, pharmaceutical and vision care products
New Year 2013 card for AOS Studley Switzerland — a company that rethinks workplaces worldwide. Rainbow foil stamping was chosen on one side for it's New Year feel and also for the multiplicity of colo
Website for a 40 weeks 40 tapes challenge for an electro pop band based in Paris. In 2014 The Tape took on a challenge of composing, recording and producing a song every single week for 40 weeks in a
Ekster is a modern geometric sans serif typeface. The family includes a staggering number of weights – nine in total, ranging from Hairline through Black. Each weight has both roman and italic styles.
Named after the city district located where the old Western Gate of Copenhagen used to be, Vesterbro is an attractive new serif face from Black[Foundry]. It is the brainchild of Jérémie Hornus, who de
As a part of the general rebranding I designed for AOS Studley I created those bookmarks to hand out at a conference instead of business cards.