Straight lines, precision, attention to details and minimalistic design.
A short story by Jorge Luis Borges, The Library of Babel. The brief asked to interpret the story in three different versions using type, type and image, and wordless. The three versions are related to each other as a unified series.
Ryoji Ikeda is a Japanese electronic composer and visual artist who’s works have an international reputation across both visual and sonic media. The task was to design four posters and a short animated sequence to promote Ikeda’s audiovisual performances at ZKM, Karlsruhe.
Show HISTORY OF WRITTEN COMMUNICATION through kinetic typography, as a flattering add on to The Design Museum communication section.
PART I - Raw Age (3000 BC - 105 AD)
PART II - Mechanical Age (593 - 1840)
PART III - Virtual Age (1846-2014)