B&W Westfield pop up shop

B&W Westfield pop up shop

Exhibition design

Graphic panels for Bowers & Wilkins’ pop up shop in Westfield.

Client: Bowers & Wilkins
Date: September / 2012
Media: Print
Created at: Thomas Manss & Company

Rebecca Dalby

Rebecca Dalby

Identity/Website

 

Rebecca Dalby is a personal trainer based in London. She studied Dance and Sport in the university and started her career as a personal trainer. Her aim in the fitness is making human body more natural rather than pumping up its muscle. Therefore I made the identity and website very simple and added a hint of mint green to show her personality: bright and smart.

Client: Rebecca Dalby
Date: July / 2012
Media: Website
Site address: http://www.rebeccadalby.co.uk/

Sushi des Artistes

Sushi des Artistes

Identity/Website

Sushi des Artistes is a modern Japanese restaurant opened in Marbella, Spain. They are opening a new restaurant in London on 10/May/2012, and I renewed their logo. The main concept of the restaurant is ‘touch of romance’. Hoping the three elements, customers, staffs, and Japanese foods, get together and make a big romance in the restaurant, I used a fleur-de-lis as a motif. The restaurant is opening on 10/May, so please visit their website to see further details.

Client: Sushi des Artistes
Date: May / 2012
Media: Print/Website
Site address: http://www.sushidesartistes.com/

Y-an

Y-an

Identity/Website

 

Y-an is a Japanese kitchen based in London. They provide home made Japanese sweets and a cooking class. For their identity, a traditional Japanese stamp is used. The Japanese stamp is a emblem which certify its quality and history.

Client: Y-an
Date: October / 2012
Media: Website
Site address: http://y-an.jp/

HS-R

HS-R

Identity/Website

HS-R is a creative retouching agency which is founded by Hide Shimamura. I was asked to create his portfolio website and business card.

Client: HS-R
Date: March / 2013
Media: Print/Website
Site address: http://www.hs-r.co.uk/

Sakura Front

Sakura Front

Charity project for the Great East Japan Earthquake

SYMBOL OF REMEMBERANCE

The Great Eastern Japanese Earthquake of 2011 has left both physical and psychological scars on the people in the affected Tohoku region as well as the entire country. The Sakura Front Project was set up in London shortly after the disaster. Our aim is to focus people’s minds on the long term recovery of Japan. Firstly, by ensuring these tragic events are not forgotten and secondly, by keeping a close eye on the recovery process so that we are able to inform people of the progress being made to rebuild Japan.

Sakura Front designed the Sakura Brooch as a symbol for people to wear, on any occasion, as a reminder of the tragic events which took place and, to show their on-going concern and support for the Japanese people. The brooch was inspired by ‘Sakura’ or ‘Cherry Blossom’ which is widely recognized as Japan’s national flower – a symbol of hope.

 

PLANTING CHERRY BLOSSOM

Initially we handed out the Sakura Brooches free of charge to raise awareness of the Sakura Front Project. We now sell the brooches for Åí1 each. Half of this money covers the production costs; the other half is donated to recognized Japanese based charities such as the Sakura Namiki Network. These charities use the donations to plant Sakura (Cherry Blossom) trees in the devastated areas of the country. Another aspect of the project focuses on collecting images of people wearing the Sukura Brooch. We post these images on the Sakura Front website and Facebook pages. We also hope these images will serve as a message to the Japanese people that the world has not forgotten them, inspiring those who are still experiencing great difficulty and hardship.

Date: March / 2011
Site address: http://sakurafront.org.uk/

B&W Brand Book Maserati Edition

B&W Brand Book Maserati Edition

Brand Book

After the successful Seven Notes world tour, B&W has launched collaborative products, 805 and P5 Maserati Edition. This book introduce the history of both Bowers & Wilkins and Maserati, which is a top leading company in their industries.

Client: Bowers & Wilkins
Date: November / 2013
Media: Print
Created at: Thomas Manss & Company

EDO Design & Construction

EDO Design & Construction

Identity/Website

EDO Design & Construction is a Japanese architect agency based in London. The idea of the new logo mark comes from Tatami. In the Japanese tea ceremony, 4 Jo han (4 tatami and half) was consider as the most comfortable space for 2 people (a tea maker and guest). This logo mark represents that EDO Design & Construction creates the comfortable space in the Japanese way.

The EDO Design and Construction website is a website that introduces the company and an impressive selection of more than 25 projects, all displayed beautifully on whatever device you might be using. It even greets visitors in two languages: Japanese and English.

Client: EDO Design & Construction

Date: March / 2013

Media: Print/Website

Site Address: http://www.edoconstruction.com/

Hiroko Shimotaya

Hiroko Shimotaya

Website

 

Hiroko Shimotaya is a psychology counselor specialized in panic syndrome. She had a blog and website separately before, but this time these two are put together by using WordPress. The theme color is orange and the typesetting is optimized for a long reading.

Client: Hiroko Shimotaya
Date: July / 2013
Media: Website
Site Address: http://hiroko-shimotaya.com/

 

Heart Circle

Heart Circle

Identity/Website

 

Heart Circle is a volunteer organization by psychology therapists. As they start to act mainly in Japan, I have developed the identity and website. Heart Circle uses a technique called EFT(Emotional Freedom Technique). The therapist taps specific spots to release an energy. To describe this, the logo has been designed like the hand is holding the heart. The brand color is mint green to give some feeling of life and freshness.

Client: Heart Circle
Date: July / 2013
Media: Website
Site Address: http://heart-circle.com/