Branding is one of my favorite disciplines as it is at the heart of graphic design. Giving an image to a brand, a product or a company is simply great. And it's great when it's simple.
The Blue Diversion is an autarky toilet system for developing countries. It separates urine and faeces so they can be used as fertilizers later. The used water is filtered in a multi-barrier treatment system and reused on-site. The toilet has been developed by Eawag and designed by Austrian design agency EOOS as part of the "Reinvent the toilet challenge" funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. All pictures by Eawag.
The logo design refers to the two separated water streams, the water savings, the possibility of flushing and the fact that one can wash its hands.
Makerball is a pure and simple DIY Pinball Machine Kit for adults that can be upgraded digitally.
Art Direction included everything from logo and graphic design to video- & photo shootings, t-shirt collection and social media campaign.
Makerball is supported by Pro Helvetia
The yin/yang-mountain icon became the recurring element in all of Nicolas Müllers pro models at Gnu Snowboards.
The idea was to create an icon that is recognizable and simple, and yet fits to Nicolas' state of mind.
Chantal Bavaud is a talented Swiss Product Designer working for clients and realizing personal projects.
The logo design is a playful object consisting of her name's initial letters.
Man.Kind is short for "Manufacture One of a kind" and was a one seasonal clothing project of mine.
Most pieces were limited to one piece and therefore sold out quickly.
The Art Direction included all the graphics, logo design and photo shootings.
Logo design pitch for the Swiss edition of Red Bull Tourbus – an old Saurer truck with a stage on the roof for concerts on the road.
The Gushi Agency was a Zurich-based, international DJ agency mainly for Hip Hop and RnB artists.
The Corporate Identity – logo redesign and poster designs for their regular parties in Zurich – is a remix of James Bond, Ninja, Palms and Pyramids in the style of old movie posters.
Thirdeyeland is the clothing project of French-German Sexy P.
Since the biginning I am responsible for the Corporate Identity and most of the graphics. Fun project for sure.
Once the days of fossil fuels are counted. How will we design in a post-fossil era?
That's the main question at Postfossil –a Swiss design collective originally consisting of 5 members.
There are rumors that say Handsome Habibi was the brainchild of two Dubai-based DJs. I never met them.
The Corporate Identity however is a remix of turbans, hip hop and ancient times.
A selection of older Corporate Identities I made.