Identity for a small, cultural festival during The Gentse Feesten (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɣɛntsə ˈfeːstə(n)]; “The Festival of Ghent”).
Leven in ‘t Park
Every year the city of Destelbergen (Belgium) organizes a festival called Leven in ’t Park. Studio Studio was invited to submit a proposal for this occasion. The submitted design visualizes the course of the festival which consist of 3 parts (of ‘timetables’): morning, afternoon and evening. Several activities were planned during those times. We designed a typographic image for the general recognizability.
Vlaams Fruit offers qualitative (textual) theater for adults and a younger (inter-)national public. It’s a creative place for professional artists and makers. The art centre exists of two theatres, Het Appeltje and Het Klokhuis, two of the last authentic theatres in Antwerp.
Studio Studio developed the visual identity for the flemish art centre Vlaams fruit. Starting with a logo that can be used with constructed and deconstructed elements the diversion of the two theatres is shown in a dynamic way.
Studio Studio created the visual identity for Belgium based design Studio Nauvan.
This studio focuses on the purity of modern object in daily life and creates a refined balance between material and design. Studio Studio integrated a polished and modern identity and website to point out the story of Nauvan.
COLORBLIND is the newest educational production of theatre company Vlaams Fruit. It’s about an experiment controlled by three adults and about revealing some dark secrets.
During the play the students participate in an interactive testcase which is connected to the scenography and logo that Studio Studio designed. The logo is created with a powerfull blend of geomatric shapes and is build with patterns you will also find in the scenography.
The University of Leuven (KULeuven) asked Studio Studio to participate to a commissioned pitch to design the cultural guide for upcoming school year.
Studio Studio made a proposal in which a bright line reflects the dynamics within the cultural functioning of the University.
This design points out the many benefits of this sector and these are highlighted to the numerous students in an effortless, yet sharp way.
Toegepast is a design competition where Cultuurplatform Design, in collaboration with House for contemporary art Z33, selects recently graduated designers to allow them to work on their own project for one year.
Together with furniture designer Adriaan Tas, Studio Studio took care of the scenography and the graphic design for the exhibition Toegepast 20. In this exhibition the process gets just as much attention as the final product. By means of an archive system, not only the result but also the steps taken to reach that result are shown. Each design stage was given a category in the archive, namely: input, process and output. These categories are linked with a symbol that mark the custom made archive system.
Mad Surprize! 2015
Mad Suprize! is a young belgian design award which gives a chance to several designers in the categories of product, textile and graphic design. Mad Surprize! revealed in previous editions a generation of talents that is now part of the momentum of design in Belgium.
Studio Studio developed the visual identity for the Mad Suprize! Design Awards 2015. Starting with sharp cut geometric shapes for the Open Call poster evolving towards soft amorphous shapes towards the final window graphics of the exhibition. The scenography was done together with Arko Studio.
Het Entrepot is an open house and creative workspace for young talent.
Studio Studio did a pitch for the new visual identity for Het Entrepot. The letter E is the binding element and can be used in a variety of fonts or symbols. Studio Studio’s proposition was not selected and came second.
Hermitage is a Belgian band with singer/songwriter Divan as lead singer. Studio Studio designed the artwork for their second album and tour ‘Alleen de liefde kan u redden’, in which a cube symbolizes the human heart.
This concept is visualised in the communication (poster, cd and vinyl) and scenography of their entire tour, in which the cubes were used as luminous stage objects.