Yoma identity — Yoma is a Jerusalem-based architecture studio, with local, and international clients. The bilingual identity, in Hebrew and English, echos the architectural typology of a line, and line thickness. The logo is a monostroke custom typeface appears on all stationery items at 0.5mm thickness. The letter-pressed business cards are printed on a 0.5mm thick stock, with red gilded edges that three-dimensionally reflect the two-dimensional logo's line thickness.
at6 group Identity — The at6 group is a New York-based independent film production company.
Arq.Futuro Identity — Arq.Futuro is a forum with influential figures in architecture from around the world. Its goal is to raise the level of architectural awareness during an unprecedented building boom as Brazil prepares for the World Cup of 2014 and the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in Summer 2016. The event addresses business/civic leaders and architecture students. Among international speakers are Jaques Herzog, Zaha Hadid, Shigeru Ban and Rafael Viñoly.
DHUB Logotype — I was invited by Stephen Barrett and Ariadna Serrahima to participate in a project celebrating the opening of a new Design Museum in Barcelona called Disseny HUB Barcelona (Design Hub Barcelona). The 'HUB' represents a central point of a big and complex system. DHUB opened in early 2009 and as part of the opening celebration, the Fundació Comunicació Gráfica de Barcelona published a compendium containing international designers' suggestion for the museum's logo. The logos were exhibited prior to the opening of the museum and form part of the museum's collection.
Beĩ+ Identity — Beĩ+ Plus is a branded content entertainment company. It is a subdivision of Beĩ Editoria, a publishing house based in Sao Paolo, Brazil. The company focuses on marketing and communications trends.