Soy yo, Martin, quien ha dicho

A project by Un Barco, photography exhibition. Soy yo, Martin, quien ha dicho it is a work in two parts. In the first Martin Patricio Barrios gathers black and white photography of the Tuaregs between 2008 and 2018. Desolating deserts, people dancing and fighting, deep glances and eternal landscapes. The second is a compilation of poetic stories that speak of loneliness and hope, pain and misery, triumphs and defeats, love; first of all love.The Tuaregs are the blue men of the Sahara. This was the color we used only once on the cover of the book. The interior is entirely black and white: photography, Tifinagh symbols and notes sheets on vegetal paper.


Dreamseeds Arts Festival 2017: Finding Futurenova

From Melvin Tan, Dreamseeds Arts Festival 2017: Finding Futurenova an exhibition in Singapore comes with playful and unique execution.

Dreamseeds Arts Fest celebrates the creative pursuits and explorations of Club Rainbow (Singapore)’s brightest beneficiaries. The year of 2017 use the theme of “Finding Futurenova” explores the powers of imagination and follows a group of intrepid explorers as they embark on a space journey and eventually reach Futurenova, the planet of dreams. The design extends from the narrative of the four protagonists and the landscapes of their journey featuring prominently across the festival collaterals. Fluorescent colours and pixellation were also employed to project vibrant dreamscapes that are futuristic, imaginative and engaging. The rendering of the animated characters and an accompanying video game following the storyline were also designed for additional interactivity.

Client: Club Rainbow (Singapore)
Year: 2017
Creative Direction: Melvin Tan
Project Management: Samantha Yap
Animation & Game Development: Darryl Lim
Design: Geraldine Peck, Hannah Teo