Think. Then think it over. Then forget all. Then create.
Zarf is a design studio or better say a group of freelancers, freak minds, creative heads having an accidental collision mostly located in Budapest. The result is here.
Hi there! Zarf is a design studio or better say a group of freelancers, freak minds, creative heads having an accidental collision mostly located in Budapest. The result is here.
Zarf is mostly situated in a lively designer and event place called Szövetség`39. It is the base.
What we do?
We love to fly in the clouds.
Meanwhile, we make different marketing communication projects like catalogs, posters, flyers, stickers.
We can design any promotional material on any media.
We can consult on complex advertising campaigns, alternative advertising concepts.
We make corporate identities, presentations, films, animations, experiments.
Sometimes we make projects just for fun.
Website design and programming for Faur Zsófi Gallery
Client: Faur Zsófi Gallery
Task: website design
URL: Faur Zsófi Gallery website
Project participants: Lidija Skenderovic, Zoltán Csík-Kovács
Photoblog of three woman photographers. Website in three languages, identity, stickers.
"The artists agreed to upload every single day one photo per person that was taken that day. Approaching the 100th day, I tried to convince them not to regard it as a flaw or handicap, if one of them couldn’t produce an image for a given day, and at the same time make it possible for themselves to present several frames or even short image-series about their day, if they wish."
source: project - 1day1photo
csikz | admin | 2010-07-05 00:43:09
Call for applications! Submit your stupid robot and be one of the lucky winners who will participate at the show in!
Go ahead to Bacarobo site
csikz | admin | 2010-05-25 10:18:05
The notion of a pedestrian-friendly city seems only natural; the city should be a playground for the walker. However, more and more often we see mindsets shifting away from physical transport nodes and onto automated ones. The car, especially.
Urban planners, and designers alike, are beginning to push for low carbon transport and what is better that walking? No carbon footprint, no cry.
csikz | admin | 2010-04-25 00:04:39
csikz | admin | 2010-04-17 18:11:44
This is an interesting way of brainstorming for product development. The essence of the concept is to enable virtually anyone to join the development process using the social website of Quirky.