We were very busy last week working on a pitch for the Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO) creating two visuals, one that communicated all of it’s elements and one that showed it as a technological ecosystem, for B2B use. The deadline was very tight resulting a couple of late nights but we managed to finish it in the end. We’re pretty chuffed with the work considering the amount of time we had!
Here’s a bit of info on the DSO:
Dubai Silicon Oasis is a wholly-owned entity of the Government of Dubai and operates as a free zone technology park for semiconductor, microelectronic and other High Technology-based companies looking to set up their regional headquarters and R&D facilities in the Middle East and Africa region. It was established with the objective of facilitating and promoting a state‐of‐the‐art, technology‐based hub in Dubai. Launched in 2004, DSO’s aim is to be one of the world’s leading centre of advanced electronic innovation, design and development.
We are proud to announce that we are going to start to provide our services to the Korean market. We would like to introduce you to our company president in Korea, Chan Kuk, Park, who will be looking after the studio over there.
In recent years there has been a lot of development in the Asian market and the need for creatives is increasing for many companies. We are very excited to have this opportunity to begin working with our connections over there.
The Korean version of the 2xanadu website will be launched in a couple of months. Stay turned people!
The CMS Cycling Team in Hong Kong came to us with a task of creating a set of racing gear for the 2012-2012 season.
Set up in 1996, Team CMS are formed by essential riders, such as ex-members and current members of Hong Kong team, and selected young and promising riders who participate in specialized training scheme. Through joining local and overseas international races, the team have successfullly promote and popularize cycling race, thereby, raising Hong Kong’s cycling skills to international standard.
We were asked to create a set of team gear for the CMS cycling team in a non-traditional style. Therefore we had the idea to use a contemporay illustrative style on their gear which spoke energy and passion.
On the design itself we used pink and red to represent the passion if the riders. We also incorporated a lot of linework to give the design a rich amountof detail, making the gear draw people’s attendtion easily.