In 2023, with the 3rd edition of Pubicritic, we considered it was time to explore the topic of ART & MONEY, reflecting on the world of art markets and recent changes. Nowadays, artificial image generation is everywhere, but can we accept it as an invisible prosthesis – a digital extension of our mind, our eyes, our hands – and can we create with its help? How do recent developments impact society and the role and livelihood of artists?
The Pastor Garage Winery produces its single vineyard wines from three hectares. Their aim is to highlight the diversity of the Szekszárd Wine Region with special emphasis put on the plant, the environmental protection and the usage of the right yield restriction. The quality is made in the vineyard first, with the right grape varieties on the right terroir, as well as the given vintage will all influence the outcome.
Our aim with the Publicritic International Call for Posters and GIFs, Exhibition and Events, is to encourage artists around the world to form a visual critique on various problems in society each year. What motivates us is to raise people's awareness, and make them think about current issues, create an experience for connection – in the streets or on the web – to broaden the communities’ vision.
We create memorable logos associated with a brave vision. This collection includes our finest logo designs, both concepts and implemented projects.
Sixtus is a contemporary sans serif typeface with imperial motifs, drawing inspiration from classical architecture. It includes upper- and lowercase characters, plus a number & symbol set in one weight.
Fish & Type is a restaurant chain where one can buy quality food: prepared fish from the Carpathian Basin. As many fish species, including tuna may become extinct due to overfishing, present project is an alternative and local solution to protect marine life. The project consists of three parts: the corporate identity of the restaurant; a publication called FishBook; and a webdesign for FishSite where users can get information about all the fish species in the Carpathian Basin, as well as about the packaging of products.
Marosvásárhely is an old city in the heart of Transylvania, today being part of Romania. This branding project was mainly driven by the fact that the city did not have a solid, unified visual identity.