• Architecture

  • Branding

  • Graphics

  • Industrial Design

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  • Web Design

    Barber Truck

    The first hungarian mobile burber truck

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    In 2018 a friendly, well shaved team came to us with the idea of creating Hungary's first mobile barber truck. The foudation of the idea was an american style airstream camper, recalling the 60's era. So we started from that and trasformed the classic elements into a modern interior, pimping the ride inside and out, meanwhile creating a brand identity which reflects this style. Barber Truck changes it's location from time to time, but now it's parked at MOM Park. The guys from our studio have already tested the barbers ad the verdict is: the place is cool with professioal barbers and quality service, we can only recommend you to drop in ad have a hair-cut with a beer!

    Artists: Varga Livi, Eke Tamás

    LogMeIn Hackathon

    LogMeIn HACKIn stage design and interactive animation

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    We were comissioned in 2018 again to create the stage design for the LogmeIn Hackathon. Last year the event was held in Uránia cinema, and for this year they also found a very cool venue, the assembly hall of the Central European University. We set the decoration to the company's new 'Be Limitless' image: we used balloons, chair elements and classic molinos with IT bonmots. Furthermore, between the presentations, we made an interactive animation together with Binaura to activate the audience when clapping. Watch the video to see how people loved this game event!

    Artists: Kálmán Csaba, Alvégi Lóci, Kőszegi Timi - Code: Binaura - Photos: Török Anna, Alvégi Lóci

    WOMEX 2018

    Stage design on the Canary Islands

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    It has been the fourth time that Horizons, the umbrella organization for British world music, commissioned us to create a unique stand for Womex '18. The venue this year was on Gran Canaria, which for one made us very excited, being a fantastic place, on the other hand, made us a bit worried having us face some challenges like never before. We had to find a solution which is light enough to be transported by air freight and easy to assemble in 2 days, but also unique enough to draw the attention. This turned out to be a cardboard modular paravan system which besides its reusability is very decorative for its interesting structure. Each exhibitor has its own color code so we just wanted to give them a low-key backdrop. The furniture are also neutral white colored, only the cardboard seats got custom prints representing the exhibitors. All in all we feel that this stand became an enjoyable meeting place for world music lovers. (As far we could tell from the size of the crowd...)

    Artists: Eke Tamás, Alvégi Lóci Photos: Kele Juci, Eke Tamás