Photography by Frank Dinger (Images 1,2,3,4)
[column width="48%" padding="3%"]From the Editor
Ladies and gentlemen, feast your eyes on some brand new promotional materials designed by MadeThought for Design Miami/Basel 2010. As with previous years, the disparate elements are tied together by means of a diagonal line which, for 2010 takes various forms in the printed material as a strategically placed rip. Yum! ;)
I also took the liberty of featuring some (or rather, the majority) of their older print for Design Miami, for those of you who:
A. Want to see how beautiful everything looks laid out in one gigantic line (as opposed to a singular slideshow experience).
B. Have never heard of MadeThought before. And I’m guessing you’re feeling a little overwhelmed right now. ;)
C. Are dissatisfied with not being able to FFFFOUND! these images off MadeThought’s flash site!
Nonetheless, I hope you enjoyed this Friday Special and I wish you all a great weekend. Don’t forget to Subscribe & follow SI on Twitter if you still haven’t already! ;)
[/column] [column width="48%" padding="0%"]Project Info
Design Miami has become the most prominent and meaningful forum for international design, bringing together the most influential designers, collectors, dealers, curators and critics from around the world to further the current design culture.
This prestigious event demanded an identity that would immediately imbue it with a sense of legitimacy and authority. The Design Miami event, which takes place annually is Basel and Miami, operates in a highly charged creative and cultural environment.
Through an international approach of purity, the use of an iconic angled line gives Design Miami a powerful and memorable identifier, which allows rich, creative opportunities and a level of presence across a diverse range of brand applications
This post is tagged Communications, Design Miami, Exhibition, Identity, MadeThought, Print