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TANKBOYS je t’aime
is a yearly music festival held in Padua, Italy at the beginning of June. Since the very beginning of their collaboration with the event, TANKBOYS understood the importance of building the festival’s identity, both through the music choices as well as visual imagery. In fact, when they were asked by the festival’s director Sergio Pigozzi to create the visual identity of this project, they started their usual long reflection. The original (and still legally official) name of the festival, Summer Student Festival, seemed somewhat inappropriate and a dash too anonymous. This is why TANKBOYS suggested to rename it, leading to its current name — Je t’aime —, rich with meaning, symbolism and visual allusions, but not necessarily associated with music. In fact, as Paul Rand would say “The subject matter of a logo need not match the subject matter of the business it represents. The only mandate in logo design is that they be distinctive, memorable and clear”, and “Je t’aime” appeared just that.
As re-naming the festival seemed quite an important choice, the first year TANKBOYS decided to only use the phrase itself, rendered in a plain Helvetica typeface, as the content and image of the event. Repeated four times, evoking 4/4 pacing (typically the base of electronic music), the goal of this first communication project was establishing the name with a simple but strong image. For this occasion, TANKBOYS created a poster 48 × 68 cm large, a postcard 10 × 15 cm large and a t-shirt, with the typographic composition on the front and the complete program and participating artists on the back.
fanzinered:

TANKBOYS je t’aime
is a yearly music festival held in Padua, Italy at the beginning of June. Since the very beginning of their collaboration with the event, TANKBOYS understood the importance of building the festival’s identity, both through the music choices as well as visual imagery. In fact, when they were asked by the festival’s director Sergio Pigozzi to create the visual identity of this project, they started their usual long reflection. The original (and still legally official) name of the festival, Summer Student Festival, seemed somewhat inappropriate and a dash too anonymous. This is why TANKBOYS suggested to rename it, leading to its current name — Je t’aime —, rich with meaning, symbolism and visual allusions, but not necessarily associated with music. In fact, as Paul Rand would say “The subject matter of a logo need not match the subject matter of the business it represents. The only mandate in logo design is that they be distinctive, memorable and clear”, and “Je t’aime” appeared just that.
As re-naming the festival seemed quite an important choice, the first year TANKBOYS decided to only use the phrase itself, rendered in a plain Helvetica typeface, as the content and image of the event. Repeated four times, evoking 4/4 pacing (typically the base of electronic music), the goal of this first communication project was establishing the name with a simple but strong image. For this occasion, TANKBOYS created a poster 48 × 68 cm large, a postcard 10 × 15 cm large and a t-shirt, with the typographic composition on the front and the complete program and participating artists on the back.
fanzinered:

TANKBOYS je t’aime
is a yearly music festival held in Padua, Italy at the beginning of June. Since the very beginning of their collaboration with the event, TANKBOYS understood the importance of building the festival’s identity, both through the music choices as well as visual imagery. In fact, when they were asked by the festival’s director Sergio Pigozzi to create the visual identity of this project, they started their usual long reflection. The original (and still legally official) name of the festival, Summer Student Festival, seemed somewhat inappropriate and a dash too anonymous. This is why TANKBOYS suggested to rename it, leading to its current name — Je t’aime —, rich with meaning, symbolism and visual allusions, but not necessarily associated with music. In fact, as Paul Rand would say “The subject matter of a logo need not match the subject matter of the business it represents. The only mandate in logo design is that they be distinctive, memorable and clear”, and “Je t’aime” appeared just that.
As re-naming the festival seemed quite an important choice, the first year TANKBOYS decided to only use the phrase itself, rendered in a plain Helvetica typeface, as the content and image of the event. Repeated four times, evoking 4/4 pacing (typically the base of electronic music), the goal of this first communication project was establishing the name with a simple but strong image. For this occasion, TANKBOYS created a poster 48 × 68 cm large, a postcard 10 × 15 cm large and a t-shirt, with the typographic composition on the front and the complete program and participating artists on the back.
fanzinered:

TANKBOYS je t’aime
is a yearly music festival held in Padua, Italy at the beginning of June. Since the very beginning of their collaboration with the event, TANKBOYS understood the importance of building the festival’s identity, both through the music choices as well as visual imagery. In fact, when they were asked by the festival’s director Sergio Pigozzi to create the visual identity of this project, they started their usual long reflection. The original (and still legally official) name of the festival, Summer Student Festival, seemed somewhat inappropriate and a dash too anonymous. This is why TANKBOYS suggested to rename it, leading to its current name — Je t’aime —, rich with meaning, symbolism and visual allusions, but not necessarily associated with music. In fact, as Paul Rand would say “The subject matter of a logo need not match the subject matter of the business it represents. The only mandate in logo design is that they be distinctive, memorable and clear”, and “Je t’aime” appeared just that.
As re-naming the festival seemed quite an important choice, the first year TANKBOYS decided to only use the phrase itself, rendered in a plain Helvetica typeface, as the content and image of the event. Repeated four times, evoking 4/4 pacing (typically the base of electronic music), the goal of this first communication project was establishing the name with a simple but strong image. For this occasion, TANKBOYS created a poster 48 × 68 cm large, a postcard 10 × 15 cm large and a t-shirt, with the typographic composition on the front and the complete program and participating artists on the back.
fanzinered:

TANKBOYS je t’aime
is a yearly music festival held in Padua, Italy at the beginning of June. Since the very beginning of their collaboration with the event, TANKBOYS understood the importance of building the festival’s identity, both through the music choices as well as visual imagery. In fact, when they were asked by the festival’s director Sergio Pigozzi to create the visual identity of this project, they started their usual long reflection. The original (and still legally official) name of the festival, Summer Student Festival, seemed somewhat inappropriate and a dash too anonymous. This is why TANKBOYS suggested to rename it, leading to its current name — Je t’aime —, rich with meaning, symbolism and visual allusions, but not necessarily associated with music. In fact, as Paul Rand would say “The subject matter of a logo need not match the subject matter of the business it represents. The only mandate in logo design is that they be distinctive, memorable and clear”, and “Je t’aime” appeared just that.
As re-naming the festival seemed quite an important choice, the first year TANKBOYS decided to only use the phrase itself, rendered in a plain Helvetica typeface, as the content and image of the event. Repeated four times, evoking 4/4 pacing (typically the base of electronic music), the goal of this first communication project was establishing the name with a simple but strong image. For this occasion, TANKBOYS created a poster 48 × 68 cm large, a postcard 10 × 15 cm large and a t-shirt, with the typographic composition on the front and the complete program and participating artists on the back.
fanzinered:

TANKBOYS je t’aime
is a yearly music festival held in Padua, Italy at the beginning of June. Since the very beginning of their collaboration with the event, TANKBOYS understood the importance of building the festival’s identity, both through the music choices as well as visual imagery. In fact, when they were asked by the festival’s director Sergio Pigozzi to create the visual identity of this project, they started their usual long reflection. The original (and still legally official) name of the festival, Summer Student Festival, seemed somewhat inappropriate and a dash too anonymous. This is why TANKBOYS suggested to rename it, leading to its current name — Je t’aime —, rich with meaning, symbolism and visual allusions, but not necessarily associated with music. In fact, as Paul Rand would say “The subject matter of a logo need not match the subject matter of the business it represents. The only mandate in logo design is that they be distinctive, memorable and clear”, and “Je t’aime” appeared just that.
As re-naming the festival seemed quite an important choice, the first year TANKBOYS decided to only use the phrase itself, rendered in a plain Helvetica typeface, as the content and image of the event. Repeated four times, evoking 4/4 pacing (typically the base of electronic music), the goal of this first communication project was establishing the name with a simple but strong image. For this occasion, TANKBOYS created a poster 48 × 68 cm large, a postcard 10 × 15 cm large and a t-shirt, with the typographic composition on the front and the complete program and participating artists on the back.
fanzinered:

TANKBOYS je t’aime
is a yearly music festival held in Padua, Italy at the beginning of June. Since the very beginning of their collaboration with the event, TANKBOYS understood the importance of building the festival’s identity, both through the music choices as well as visual imagery. In fact, when they were asked by the festival’s director Sergio Pigozzi to create the visual identity of this project, they started their usual long reflection. The original (and still legally official) name of the festival, Summer Student Festival, seemed somewhat inappropriate and a dash too anonymous. This is why TANKBOYS suggested to rename it, leading to its current name — Je t’aime —, rich with meaning, symbolism and visual allusions, but not necessarily associated with music. In fact, as Paul Rand would say “The subject matter of a logo need not match the subject matter of the business it represents. The only mandate in logo design is that they be distinctive, memorable and clear”, and “Je t’aime” appeared just that.
As re-naming the festival seemed quite an important choice, the first year TANKBOYS decided to only use the phrase itself, rendered in a plain Helvetica typeface, as the content and image of the event. Repeated four times, evoking 4/4 pacing (typically the base of electronic music), the goal of this first communication project was establishing the name with a simple but strong image. For this occasion, TANKBOYS created a poster 48 × 68 cm large, a postcard 10 × 15 cm large and a t-shirt, with the typographic composition on the front and the complete program and participating artists on the back.
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Shkatulka – A Beautiful Storage Box by Lesha Galkin
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Berenplaat (David Haneke, 2001)

water purification plant, Spijkenisse, Wim Quist, 1959-65. View this on the map
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harpoonataventure:

Berenplaat (David Haneke, 2001)

water purification plant, Spijkenisse, Wim Quist, 1959-65. View this on the map
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harpoonataventure:

Berenplaat (David Haneke, 2001)

water purification plant, Spijkenisse, Wim Quist, 1959-65. View this on the map
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