L’Ingegnere Italiano is the house organ of CNI (Consiglio Nazionale degli Ingegneri, see related post). The twin I of the headline has given the possibility to enhance the CNI corporate. We have used only two colors, red and black, and two typefaces, Bodoni and Franklin. Here is the first issue (september 2012) with the new look designed together with Armando Milani.
The new logo for the italian national professional association of engineers is a simple capital I in Bodoni typeface. This powerful abstract sign is a letter (engineer = ingegnere, in italian, but also Italy), and its shape is a metric, and perhaps the section of an IPE girder.
Metrocagliari is the overground train that links Cagliari and its hinterland. I designed the logo focusing more on its service function rather than on its aestethical value. This symbol is quite similar to other city train logos, so that it could look familiar and be easily understood.
New brand and labels for two great sardinian wines. Sant’Efis is the legendary holy roman soldier who saved Sardinia from the moors, Alter Nos is the honorific title of the Mayor of Cagliari’s ambassador for the most popular feast of the island, named after the Saint, which takes place on May, 1st.
The theme of the 2011 International Graphics Week was “Trame e Tessuti” (“Textures and fabrics”). The event took place in Sardinia (with AGI sponsorship), a land of great textile traditions. The poster (1) can be anamorphically read in the horizontal (2) and vertical (3) directions interlacing weft and warp. In one direction, TRAME E TESSUTI, in the other, AIAP DESIGN PER 2011CAGLIARI.
The new logo for this ironworks represents the crucible pouring molten iron, stylizing the letters OMI. Presented here are the corporate identity with a hint of Modernism: 1.stationery, 2. brochure and 3. poster.
Poster for an international meeting on the history of cadasters, held at Cagliari University, School of Architetcture.