Porter & Plot by dia



AUTHOR:

dia

YEAR:

2014

PHOTOGRAPHS:

images ©dia

SOURCE:

dia

TYPOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

GRAPHIC DESIGN

SOCIOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

COMMUNITY

EVOCATIVE CATEGORIES:

ABSOLUTE

NOTE:

Porter & Plot is a series of high end wines from both France and the US currently being launched by California based online retailer Club W. We were inspired by old port bottles and packing labels. This helped us create an aesthetic that relates to the brand name in subtle way. At the same time, we wanted to make sure the design felt premium and modern. We employed the beautiful Pitch typeface by Kris Sowersby and created simple icons relating to the wine making process.

from: dia

Hitohi – one day by takram design engineering, Toraya and ifs Future Lab



AUTHOR:

takram design engineering, Toraya and ifs Future Lab

YEAR:

2013

PHOTOGRAPHS:

images © Takashi Mochizuki

SOURCE: 

 spoon-tamago

TYPOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

DESIGN

SOCIOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

COMMUNITY

EVOCATIVE CATEGORIES:

ABSENCE, BREATHCOMPOSITION

DETAILS:

 

NOTE:

Toraya is one of the oldest makers of traditional confectionery in Japan, with 480 years of history. According to an archive, they were already supplying Wagashi confectionery to the Imperial Family in the 16th century as they still do today. Wagashi confectioners from this preeminent establishment and takram design engineer Kotaro Watanabe, an external researcher of ifs Future Laboratory, collaborated towards the confection of the future.

from: takram design engineering

Brent joseph Lynch



AUTHOR:

Brent joseph Lynch

YEAR:

n.d.

PHOTOGRAPHS:

All images ©Brent joseph Lynch

SOURCE: 

kaifineart

TYPOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

ART

SOCIOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

COMMUNITY

EVOCATIVE CATEGORIES:

STYLEYESTERDAY

BETWEEN CATHEDRALS BY alberto Campo Baeza



AUTHOR:

Alberto Campo Baeza

YEAR:

2009

LOCATION:

Cádiz, Spain

PHOTOGRAPHS:

images ©Alberto Campo Baeza

SOURCE: 

campobaeza

TYPOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

ARCHITECTURE

SOCIOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

COMMUNITY

EVOCATIVE CATEGORIES:

ABSOLUTECONTINUITY, WATER

DETAILS:

MAP_SPAIN

NOTE:

The project “Between Cathedrals” seeks to create an intervention worthy of the most significant location in the history of Cadiz, the oldest city of the West: the empty space facing the sea located between the Old and New Cathedrals.
The basic premise is to cover and protect an archeological excavation. Additionally, this new plane serves as a base for a space facing the ocean, a raised public space providing clear views unobstructed by cars passing on the circle road.
A light, white platform is thus conceived, poised over the excavation as if on tiptoe, and reached by a side ramp. Over this plane, a huge canopy structure is built to provide protection from the sun and rain.
Constructed as if it were a ship, it is painted completely white to accentuate its lightness. The paved area is carpeted in white marble.
In the construction of the base; the memory of ships. In that of the shade structure, as if it were a baldachin; the memory of a holy week procession.
We would like to make a beautiful piece of architecture, worthy of this wonderful place, and worthy of being part of the collective memory of Cadiz.

from: Alberto Campo Baeza

Manish Ubana



AUTHOR:

Manish Ubana

YEAR:

n.d.

PHOTOGRAPHS:

images ©Manish Ubana

SOURCE: 

121clicks

TYPOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

PHOTO

SOCIOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

COMMUNITY

EVOCATIVE CATEGORIES:

ON THE ROAD

CAN Generative Typography



AUTHOR:

video: Amnon Owed

YEAR:

2014

PHOTOGRAPHS:

images ©Amnon Owed

SOURCE:

creativeapplications

TYPOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

GRAPHIC DESIGN

SOCIOLOGICAL CATEGORIES:

COMPLEXITY

EVOCATIVE CATEGORIES:

ALCHEMY

NOTE:

Generative Typography Tutorial for CreativeApplications.net