Third Edition of the Soviet Logos poster series. 20 selected trademarks from the USSR compiled into A2 poster.
– Limited edition of 50
– Offset printed
– 200gsm paper
– A2 size
– Hand numbered
Live Sessions 2018
My name is Rikke [ʁæɡ̊ə], which I noticed is very difficult to pronounce if you’re not a Dane, so people usually call me Reggae, but you can call me whatever you want. I’m from Copenhagen, but I live in Stockholm.
I focus specifically on nothing in particular. Whether it’s graphic design, title design, websites, layout, art direction or animation. As long as it’s challenging – It’s fun for me.
Zumtobel is a manufacturer of lighting systems and components, based in Dornbirn, Austria. The 2017/18 annual report was inspired by light and shadow. The visual language mixes gradients, typographic play and color. The edition comes in two forms: standard and limited. Annual reports are arrayed with 20 prints featuring phrases.
Creative Direction: Jessica Walsh
Production: Erica Grubman, HeeJae Kim
Book Design: Shy Inbar, HeeJae Kim
Print Design: HeeJae Kim, Shy Inbar, Daniel Brokstad, Stefan Hürlemann, Juan Carlos, Lina Forsgreen, Anthony Velen, Cory Say, Farih Hardal
Animation: Yaya Xu, Anthony Velen
Jerusalem Design Week
The 8th edition of Jerusalem Design Week (JDW) kicks off in less than a month, proposing a comprehensive reflection on the many meanings of East. Bringing together over 200 designers and curators from Israel, China, Japan, Romania, Taiwan, Turkey, India, and Belgium, among others, the event will present over 100 new and existing projects. Directed by Chen Gazit and Ran Wolf, with Anat Safran as artistic director and Tal Erez as chief curator, the programming converges at the Hansen House, Center for Design, Media and Technology, with a parallel program running in other locations in the city.
From a city which is in itself a junction between East and West, JDW’s 2019 edition tackles the multilayered theme of East. It does so not by rotating the view eastwards from a western vantage point, nor by looking at its past of cultural exchange and political conflict. In fact, it will not look TO the East, but AT the “East”—as a term, a direction, an absolute point of reference, and the set of relative relationships it generates globally. As future, not folklore. As such, JDW attempts, starting with the preconception and ending with the absolute, to diffuse the term through a series of exhibitions, projects, performances and installations, as well as an intense program of events. Through re-digesting the term, we are faced with the question: what is really seen when facing east, and whose east is it?
For further details visit jdw.co.il