Credits: Radim Peško (workshop)
Orgalit is an alternate name for the fiberboard. This material was often used as a dancing surface by break dancers. In this font, found furniture fiberboard pieces were recycled as initial construction elements. Orgalit came from the idea of "marrying" distant lettering fields. High and low, techy and primitive. Orgalit fuses construction toy silhouettes (suggesting "Bill", 1950) and graffiti namewriting. It bridges the gap between the world of modernism and the streets, breaking out of established stylistic clichés. Orgalit makes every word to a logotype, as if Dondi would have teamed up Chermayeff and Geismar.
Realised during the workshop with Radim Peško.
Fields: Editorial design
Format: book, 148 x 210 mm, 96 p.
Language: English, Russian
Ante Meridiem Story is a music and visual research platform (now defunct), seeking for childhood dreams and Eastern Block-related nostalgia.
It started off as a collection of visual culture reference points including obscure record covers, vintage books, magazines and ephemera. The book archives most of the site's entries between 2009–14, depicting all the guest mixes and featuring interviews with Juju and Jordash, Madteo, Jeremy Underground and an article about Blue Note Records art director Reid Miles.
Fields: Illustration, Packaging, Type design, Logo design, Experimental
● BBU ● AMS CD's ● Wajda V 1.00 ● 24:00–00:00 ● AEM Ritm-Kaskad & Dices 7" ● CZ Vuc with Clement Tremblot ● LER (Life Ergonomics) ● Excavate V 1.0 ● Letterpress w. Jacopo Atzori
Fields: Web Design, UI, Prototyping
Сlient: Anton Hodus, Rotation
Soundstamps (now Rotation) is a start-up created by a group of music lovers, to make finding rare music smarter and easier. It is a streaming service and social plattform that allows to share and discuss found tracks with fellow music-lovers. This pilot proposal included wireframing and UI concept together with the developers team and making of templates for search filters, tools to create mixtapes, editorial selections and audio-journals on the go.