This new prestigious Trophy is to celebrate the “Best Player in Europe”, awarded by top soccer federation UEFA, and was presented for the first time to 2012 winner Andrés Iniesta of FC Barcelona soccer club. Designwerk were commissioned to create concepts for the Trophy, and after 3 months spent developing various design ideas, followed by a complex production process, the final Trophy was cast in metal with a highly reflective silver finish. It will no doubt take pride of place in the homes of the “Best Player in Europe” for years to come.
exhibitions, design contests, workshops, educational design consulting and publishing projects aiming to promote Russian designers and brands abroad. Our activities stimulate Russian speaking designers to perfect their knowledge and skills through international projects and help them to understand their role in design community, how to promote and make their products competitive, and create true innovations.
Banyan trees are sacred in Asia, and featured in many stories. The tree supports its expanding canopy by growing special roots from its branches. These roots hang down and act as props over an ever widening circle, which can be a metaphorical life force. The designer interprets the ‘banyan concept’ into the physical and visual appearance, and realized the design in a modern and innovative way. As important, the underlying meaning is implicitly communicated and illustrated through this symbol of merits.
A medallic commemoration of the 1964 New York Word's Fair. This project concept connects the 1939 and the 1964 New York World's Fairs, both having been sited in Flushing Meadows, New York. It was commissioned by the New York Numismatic Club, which celebrated the 100th anniversary of it's founding in concordance with the 75th and 50th anniversaries of both New York World's Fairs. The concept and design is the work of Joel Iskowitz, with the artist's mark, JI, appearing on the lower left of the field. Sculpted in bas relief by Luigi Badia with, LB, seen on lower right.