Category 6: creative special effects
Bringing the refugee crises into sharp focus this poster’s story develops with the migrant travelers’ voyage. On first glance, the viewer sees the high, rough waves of a stormy seascape. An ominous sight, that depicts danger and hope to refugees around the world. The visual processes and techniques used take the viewer on his own journey. Once the backlight is utilized, it highlights a refugee boat crowded with passengers in the middle of the sea. This has been created through the use of an intricate pinhole technique. The third chapter of the story is revealed once the UV light is lit at the bottom of the frame. Fluorescent ink, invisible under standard lighting, reveals a group of people on the shoreline – far less of a crowd than seen on the boat. The title and poster give the viewer an insight to these two opposite realities – the hope that these people have of reaching the other side of the real world and the dangerous and very real possibility of them reaching the other side of life.
This Greeting card is created by a negative color separation, screen printed on dark blue paper with pigments from the cosmetic industry. It's the first time, that we used this kind of pigments. They have a very special light reflection.
This product was used like a instruction leaflet of medicaments, finally folded on avery little format. The screen print was made double-sided in additive four color process on black first print, then red, green, blue and white with special pigments.
Our yearly branded daytimer/calendar is a testimate to all of our magnificent capabilities within our production facility. We mix and utilize four printing processes: Screen, UV Offset, UV digital and Electro Ink digital to create a functional daytimer/calendar that we then provide to our clients; helping them with the spark of inspiration and creativity.
Reconstruction of the catacombs National Museum of Italian Judaism and of the Shoah Ferrara Town. It was a complete commission from the dimensional and architectural photographic acquisition of the original catacombs in Rome to the reconstruction in scale 1 : 1 size inside the museum itinerary. The idea was to make the visitor of the museum perceive that they were inside the original catacomb. The visitor who enters the catacomb must perceive the architectural space, the irregular shapes, the materiality of the walls on which the fresco decorations take place. The decoration with tattoowall technique has been optimal to make up for the particular rough surface and to be able to keep the colors of the decorations intact in their proportions. The result and the consensus was remarkable because the visitors have a direct contact with catacombs that otherwise would not be usable.