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Over 5 trillion pieces of plastic currently litter the oceans.Refuse single-use plastics and support initiatives such as The Ocean Cleanup, Plastic Kills and Plastic Pollution Coalition.
Plastic bag as a skull floating in the ocean. This image felt appropriate for the dire state in which our oceans are.
The spooky image juxtaposed with the incredible number creates a sense of urgency. We need to act now.
When Beach Soccer Czech Republic approached me with a logo and identity assignment, I knew I wanted to stay away from the overused motifs of palm trees, sun, ocean and a silhouette of a beach soccer player doing the signature bicycle kick (or "scissors" kick as it is known in Czech.) This visual language wouldn't feel believable an authentic in the Czech (a landlock country) environment and it wouldn't stand out among all the other world beach soccer clubs.
I wanted to capture the fun that the world of beach soccer is. The game, the music, the cheerleaders, the whole beach atmosphere. Playful animated typographic logo and identity based on a typeface specifically designed for that purpose felt like a good idea. Letters themselves became the players kicking the "O" around. Color palette is Czech and contrasty to a traditional beach soccer event background.
The feedback have been overwhelmingly positive and I'm happy that the leadership of Beach Soccer Czech decided to go with this for their industry unusual solution.
The Baba settlement in Prague is one of Werkbund's six experimental settlements in Europe. This identity supports the efforts of the city of Prague to be awarded a European Heritage Label recognition for this unique collection of 33 functionalist buildings.
The whole identity system is based on a square. The custom letterforms are inspired by the buildings themselves as well as Piet Zwart's typography and the letters are organized in a chessboard-like manner as a nod to the original zoning plan designed by the Czech architect Pavel Janák. Color palette is simple, utilitarian, and bold.
I hope that Baba and the other Werkbund's settlements in Europe will be awarded the European Heritage label.
Like most Designers I felt helpless after the typhoon hit the Philippines. I can’t get on a plane a go help rebuild, my financial contribution is limited. But since I am in the visual communication business I decided to use my skills to help to spread the word and try to get more people to donate to the American Red Cross.
The poster is my representation of despair and chaos.