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Less Industries, a Barcelona-based design studio, created this astoundingly complex and simply amazing paper craft sculpture of the text RIO symbolizing the city itself for the Show Us Your Type 2013 exhibition.
Lo Siento designed a special packaging label design made entirely out of paper for the “Ensaimadas”: The spiral-shaped pastry typical of Mallorca. This project was commisioned by Ensaimadart for the 50th anniversary of the Amadip.Esment association.
LoSiento has made this awesome paper geode covered with army men that was part of a collective exhibition at N2 gallery in Barcelona which was commissioned by Kognitif.
David Elósegui is a designer based in Barcelona that combines traditional materials and methods with the latest techniques, tools and resources in order to enhance the creative process to convey meaning.
David has created this Paper Lion for Tema Studio, first created in a 3D program and then cut into several stacks of white and colored paper to produce a sculpted 3D effect.
The talented design studio Lo Siento has created this letter ‘A’ to represent Abitare, an international design magazine that seeks cutting edge design, architecture and art project, all seen from a new perspective.
Lobulo Design is back again with a personal project showcasing a representation of Barcelona in the 90s with everything from mega pixels to the old school windows logo. We also have some behind the scenes below. Awesome!
In mid June I attended the OFFF Design Conference, a post-digital culture festival that took place in Barcelona this year. I had the opportunity to be surrounded by the most relevant artists of our time where we all came together to be inspired.
While there I met the founders of Physalia Studio, a motion-graphics and visual effects studio based in Barcelona. They were a part of the Resonance film, a huge collaborative film produced by SR Partners in which 20 motion artists and studios and 12 sound designers explore the relationship between geometry and sound in 20 seconds.
You may have seen the incredible detailed paper illustration of the Casio G-Shock GA-110 created by Lobulo Design that we featured here in the past. Now Lobulo has just recently completed a personal project entitled Olé School (I love the play on words) that is reminiscent of “El Día de Muertos”.
Cool Hunting recently had the chance to visit the Barcelona based studio LoSiento and created this wonderful interview with the founder Borja Martínez. LoSiento specializes in 3D typography, packaging and product design. We are big fans of their work and wrote about their fantastic Paper lettering project for EMPO. The video gives you a nice look behind the scenes and into the thinking of the studio. Continue reading