Camel Robot is a new way to show an specific brand logo for showcase purposes. It's deeply inspired by industrial machines and robotics. The design is thought-out to fit the shape of the brand logo, but in a more futuristic perspective. It's a way to play with the boundaries of a brand communication, showing it in a hi-end technical manner. The design has two levels, the outside parts and the visible interior parts, this way it can be perceived as a complex machine where each part has its own function and give the feeling that even though it's a static image the camel is alive.
The artist sought to create a portrait of the dramatic moment the death grip of a Natural Killer T cell overcomes a cancer cell's defenses, memorializing a moment humanity desires. Cytotoxic Natural Killer T cells are cancer assassins that induce cancer cells to undergo programmed cell death known as apoptosis. Natural Killer T cells recognize specific sites on the surface of cancer cells called antigens, bind to them, and release biochemical proteins that form pores in the cancer cell's membrane and specifically induce the cancer cell to destruct.
This light plays an active role to accompany people in a working space from morning to the night. It was designed with people working environment in mind. The wire can be connected to a laptop computer or a power bank. The shape of the moon was made of three quarters of a circle as a rising icon from a terrain image made of stainless frame. The surface pattern of the moon reminds the landing guide in a space project. The setting looks like a sculpture in the daylight and a light device that comforts the tense of work at night.
Project Yellow is a comprehensive art Project that constructs the visual concept of Everything is Yellow. According to the key vision, large outdoor displays will be made in various cities, and a series of cultural and creative derivatives will be produced at the same time. As a visual IP, Project Yellow has a compelling visual image and energetic color scheme to form a unified key vision, which makes people unforgettable. Suitable for large-scale online and offline promotion, and the output of visual derivatives, it is a unique design project.
Contital Srl launched the aluminium plates: an innovative and patented product range that represents an eco-friendly alternative to non-recyclable disposable plates. This sustainable solution has been conceived for catering industry, Mass Market Retailers and final consumers. Aluminium plates come in a variety of sizes and shapes and are meant to hold pasta, soup, meat, fish, poultry, vegetables, fruits and desserts, including acid and salty foods.
Yinyun is an art installation composed of 85 unique 3D printed ceramic units, located in Taipower D/S ONE exhibition hall in Taipei, Taiwan. Through generative design algorithm, the electric data was extracted and visualized on every unit, together creating a gradient effect. Ceramic 3D printing, with a mixture of recycled material, was then used to fabricate these units, at the same time, creating detailed surface relief which was indicated by this technique. None of the units is the same as others.