AnalogFest

AnalogFest is a festival that celebrates analogue techniques with workshops, exhibitions, pop-up shops, parties and lectures by international artists including Anthony Burrill and Jon Burgerman. The festival would take old techniques and bring them back to life.

For the identity wise old Dutch sayings are designed in an old typeface that is transformed into a quirky modern version. To promote the festival the studio collaborated with local designers to make a large illustration on the venue’s windows.

The website needed of course to be as analogue as possible. Therefore, banners hand painted with the content were taken out into the street and each person presented a different banner in front of existing street webcams. This was recorded and placed into the site. On the site these videos are looped to give the impression of a live feed.


Trapped in Suburbia award

Finalist | 2011 European Design Awards

Just Peace

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Trapped in Suburbia award

Gold | 2015 International Design Award

Driiip

Three circles in the Driiip identity represent the stages and elements to drip irrigation – water, life and earth. Drip irrigation is an extremely precise and water conserving method of irrigation which slowly releases droplets of water directly to the root over a long period.

These three elements return throughout the identity in graphic illustrations of the process and photography of luscious greenery. Placement of these also play with the physicality of materials such as earth that lies on the bottom of the letterhead.