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Her Line
︎New Identity / 2017-19

    1. Branding & Packaging

    2. Lookbook & Digital Material


Vitrocsa
︎Brochure / 2019

    1. Layout


Manifacto
︎Branding / XX17

    1. Logo & Branding

    2. Digital


Eterna
︎New Super KonTiki / XX14-16

    1. Shape Study and Development

    2. Launch Collection
    3. Black Limited Edition


MAR
︎Branding / XX17

    1. Logo & Branding
    2. Digital


The Keystone Design Union
︎361º / XX09-10

    1. Footwear Design
    2. Graphic Material & Pattern


LVX ÆTERNA
︎Graduate Design Project / XX10
    1. Symbols Research & Study Concept
    2. Animation Test (Stop Motion)
    3. Movie


Coming Soon...
︎Archyvio / XX19-
    1. Branding
    2. Art Direction
    3. Digital

︎Alchemical Jewelry / XX17
    1. Drawings
︎Textile Study / XX19-
    1. Drawings
︎Pattern Study / XX11-
    1. Drawing & Painting
︎Typography
    1. Misc.
︎Mid-Fi by Emil Kozak / 
    1. Drawing
    2. Art Work
︎La Dame / XX18
    1. Logo
    2. Illustration



Antonio Fazio —
About

“I never wish to be easily defined. I’d rather float over other people’s minds as something strictly fluid and non-perceivable; more like a transparent, paradoxically iridescent creature rather than an actual person.” Franz Kafka


Mark

Swatch S.P. /
1. Graffiti part one: FatCap




Modern graffiti, which is associated with hip-hop culture and spans all racial and economic groups, began in the mid- to late 1960s; it made its way to New York City and quickly became a phenomenon. Urban youth used the sides of subway trains and buildings as their canvases, reclaiming sections of their neighborhoods by “tagging” them with stylized renditions of their names or the names of the groups they formed. The self-taught graffiti artists turned the walls of public (and sometimes private) buildings into giant panoramas and subway cars into moving murals. Later, graffiti artists began to paint on canvas or large sheets of paper, attracting the attention of art dealers and collectors.


The Brooklyn Museum
Graffiti , June 30-September 3, 2006
Design and Development for the 2014 Fall Winter Collection.
Theme: Urban Art



a / Kanoun for lunch
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b / Kanoun for dinner
not produced
c / Vandalized face
not produced


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