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As a designer for Girl, Andy Mueller has created some of their sickest deck designs, not to mention he came up with the iconic Lakai logo. via The Creators Project
Debuting at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and traveling to 100% Design in Tokyo, the Nike 100 described the history of the Nike brand through 100 quintessential artifacts that embody the unrelenting pursuit of lightness and speed.
We designed the architecture and interiors, oversaw production of the 9,000 sq ft exhibition space, and authored and curated all content – including dynamic installations, film, and interactive media. An iPod-based navigation system allowed each user to define their own path through the exhibit, and hear the voices of the designers and athletes that made sports history. Located in Beijing’s 798 Arts Space, the exhibition doubled as a social gathering spot and a venue for design lectures, talks and symposia. Finally we organized a national student project that involved design students from the top art academies in China contributing to a special crowd-sourced catalogue.
In awe of this extensive and minimal brand design and photography work by moodley brand identity.
Hotel Daniel Vienna has landed in the Austrian capital with 116 rooms and the motto: Urban Stay, Smart Luxury. It enjoys a prime location in a building steeped in history. Hotel Daniel Vienna features art by Erwin Wurm and bees on the roof, an original American trailer and vines in the front garden as well as international cuisine and a relaxed atmosphere in the Bakery. Urban Stay offers modern travellers a vibrant and pulsating blend of innovative ideas which are far removed from cumbersome hospitality and the conventional charm of hotel chains. The idea has also gone down well with local city dwellers, making the Daniel Vienna an urban meeting place which adds up to a lot more than simply “a good place to stay overnight”.
Trance is to break with the classical models of representation and perception of reality, altering the syntax of the image and the text, proposing new ways of reading and listening, enjoy new experiences and new ways to live an experience, alluring appeal to the state in the individual, through the barriers of space-time, self seen from other perspective into connection with something higher that surrounds the whole, generate a collective sense of empathy, see the sound, hear colors and spend step cute moment of happiness.
Design – Agustín Guerrero.