OPH is an alternative band from two ends of Poland inspired by the 13th sign of zodiac. Both the lyrics and visuals are filled with references to old legends and stories, making it ideal for people who enjoy looking for the hidden meanings, reading between the lines and looking for their own meaning in music.
The album art features a space-inspired theme and iconography relating to the extended 13-sign zodiac. A full length album is bound to be released one day, but for now you can listen to the EP for free on Soundcloud and check out our Facebook fanpage.
MaluMika is the first paint-your-own-pottery studio in Wrocław, Poland. It's an open workshop with a friendly atmosphere - you can visit anytime and let your creative self loose. The business needed a service in identity design - a fresh logo, a clean website and some printed materials.
'Malu' comes from 'malować' (to paint) and 'Mika' from 'ceramika' (ceramics) and we wanted the logo to reflect that connection - hence the plate and the paintbrushes instead of cutlery. In order to be ready for various media, the logo was prepared in two sizes and several colour versions (including black and white, with transparent background, vectorised for stamps or CNC cutouts, a CMYK version for offset print and a RGB version for digital print or on-screen use).
MaluMika's idea is that anyone can paint ceramics, even without prior experience, so we also needed to provide teaching materials design along with simple, yet clear iconography illustrating various creative techniques and the production process.
Wrocławskie Przelewki is an anuual barista contest and workshop taking place in Wrocław, aiming to promote high quality coffee, tea and beer. The 2014 event required posters, tickets and diplomas with a design revolving around a nice cup of aromatic coffee.
Dwór Polski is a restaurant and hotel complex situated in the very heart of Wrocław - it's city square. It's an extraordinary place providing not just a tasty meal and a comfortable bed, but also hosting a variety of cultural events, so it needed an extraordinary website to represent it.
The site is quite comprehensive and welcomes the user with a sleek menu, a compact news section and a background video shot on location that was produced specifically for this project. The montage inspired by a TV series opening features various locations around the Dwór Polski complex and the staff preparing the venues for the arrival of the guests. The website is fully responsive and ensures maximum accessibility, including image galleries, restaurant menus, contact forms and a reservation system for both hotel rooms and restaurant tables. It can be visited at www.dworpolski.pl.