Daikoku Design Institute

by Jill on April 18, 2012

When I discovered that Daikoku Design Institute was the studio responsible for the beautiful creative made for the MUJI XMAS Market over the last few seasons I was thrilled that I found them. I was even more excited once I realized that Daikoku has designed a collection of work for a variety of clients that is some of the most thoughtful and beautiful I have ever seen. Below are a few of their pieces that I believe deserve your attention.

New Year’s card 2012, Musashino Art University
Buddhist ceremony for the completion of renovations to the three-story pagoda at Chinzan-so Garden, Fujita KankoGALLERY LETA branding Peninsula Time, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

“Art direction for ‘Peninsula Time’, an exhibition aimed at promoting 23 peninsula regions around the country. Centered around a display of photographs of the views, people and products that define those regions, the exhibition presented information without adornment and sought to consider a new definition, value and potential of peninsulas. This concept is represented graphically in the exhibition’s form-shifting logo. The project is ongoing and it is hoped that it will result in an archive enabling people throughout Japan to share the attraction of the nation’s peninsulas.”

MUJI XMAS Market 2011, 2010, 2009

Watch the MUJI XMAS Market videos

MUJI to GO, MUJI

All images are courtesy of daikoku.ndc.co.jp

 

One comment

I’m impressed. This work is very inspiring and giving me ideas for some side projects to work on once I finish my portfolio.

by Paul Anthony Webb on April 20, 2012 at 1:59 am. Reply #

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