MDI StyLE
Product Designer & Artist


from Hellas

now living @ London, UK
MDI StyLE
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thedsgnblog:

reformer   |   http://reformer.hk
reformer is a Hong Kong based design studio founded by Wai Chan David in 2012. Design is not just beauty something, but changes something. We act out our philosophy into former and do the design right to reform our lovely place.We have over 10 years working experiences in design field, we are not only strong in printed graphics, but also familiar to exhibition design from concept development and production to final execution.
We highly focuses on typography and publication design specific to apply our simple but strong concept on branding identity.
thedsgnblog:

reformer   |   http://reformer.hk
reformer is a Hong Kong based design studio founded by Wai Chan David in 2012. Design is not just beauty something, but changes something. We act out our philosophy into former and do the design right to reform our lovely place.We have over 10 years working experiences in design field, we are not only strong in printed graphics, but also familiar to exhibition design from concept development and production to final execution.
We highly focuses on typography and publication design specific to apply our simple but strong concept on branding identity.
thedsgnblog:

reformer   |   http://reformer.hk
reformer is a Hong Kong based design studio founded by Wai Chan David in 2012. Design is not just beauty something, but changes something. We act out our philosophy into former and do the design right to reform our lovely place.We have over 10 years working experiences in design field, we are not only strong in printed graphics, but also familiar to exhibition design from concept development and production to final execution.
We highly focuses on typography and publication design specific to apply our simple but strong concept on branding identity.
thedsgnblog:

reformer   |   http://reformer.hk
reformer is a Hong Kong based design studio founded by Wai Chan David in 2012. Design is not just beauty something, but changes something. We act out our philosophy into former and do the design right to reform our lovely place.We have over 10 years working experiences in design field, we are not only strong in printed graphics, but also familiar to exhibition design from concept development and production to final execution.
We highly focuses on typography and publication design specific to apply our simple but strong concept on branding identity.
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nevver:

I’m sure of it
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serialthrillerinspiration:

Make & Think
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typographme:

Jane Gardner
typographme:

Jane Gardner
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pantopoleion
greek local mini market @ Nea Erithrea, North Suburbs
old logo for the shop: ‘ILIKRINIA’ meaning ‘Honesty’
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@ K2 design studio
tsoliades illustrations





#designwalk #education
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tsevis:

I Like Facebook (by tsevis)
Mosaic illustration of the “LIKE” button for Fortune magazine. Made out of Facebook interface icons. Best viewed large.  Attention: Big file. (9000 x 11000 pixels = 30.0” x 36.7” @ 300 ppi)Alternately you can zoom in to the high res (99 megapixels) file with Microsoft ZoomIt. Made with custom developed scripts, hacks and lots of love, using my Mac, Synthetik Studio Artist, the Adobe Creative Suite and good music.  See more of my Editorial illustrations.Thanks to Armin Harris. The illustration on Fortune magazine (iPad version): The illustration on Fortune magazine (print version):  Some details:
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lovedesignlife:

Canteen Tequila by Kaleidoscope. 
(via Lovely Package)
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so true
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design-o-clock:

Andy Lund puts pens, papers, notes, etc. together from his study that create wonderful letters.
design-o-clock:

Andy Lund puts pens, papers, notes, etc. together from his study that create wonderful letters.
design-o-clock:

Andy Lund puts pens, papers, notes, etc. together from his study that create wonderful letters.
design-o-clock:

Andy Lund puts pens, papers, notes, etc. together from his study that create wonderful letters.
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infographicsme:

The top 50 Christmas toys of the last 100 years (by Cash Generator)
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globalstateofmind:
On a wall in Athens

Greece
2011