Hawaii is a leading design agency specializing in realizing ideas through beautifully crafted design in multiple media. The agency is employed by a broad range of international corporate and retail clients and is renowned for its originality, diversity and transparent working methodology. Hawaii’s work is regularly featured in leading international design publications and blogs and the agency has recently been shortlisted for the prestigious Design Museum / Brit Insurance Design Of The Year Award, referred to by Icon Magazine as “the design world’s Oscars”.
Ricardo Fumanal nasceu em 1984 na cidade de Huesca, no nordeste da Espanha, e mudou para Londres depois de passar alguns anos estudante e vivendo em Madrid e em Barcelona. Seu treinamento artístico começou na Lleida Secondary School of Arts, foi lá que ele começou a estudar design gráfico e design voltado para publicidade. No seu primeiro emprego, ele aprendeu muito sobre design gráfico e evoluiu seu conhecimento para acomodar também ilustração e técnicas de impressão.
Julia is Valerio Di Lucente (Italy), Erwan Lhuissier (France) and Hugo Timm (Brazil). We met at the Royal College of Art in London having come from different professional backgrounds in editorial design, web and art direction. Our friendship led to collaborations in many different projects whilst always maintaining a strong interest in typography.
The studio was founded in 2008 upon our graduation. Together, we have worked on books, typefaces, posters websites, identities and exhibition design. Our practice is complemented by teaching as visiting lecturers at Kingston University.
London based graphic design duo Rob Gonzalez and Jonathan Quainton work under the title Sawdust, which was founded in June 2006.
They work in the areas of art direction, design, image-making and typography across sectors that include music, art and culture, fashionand advertising.
Sawdust loves to work with type and image across all platforms, and enjoy collaborating with other image-makers and people working in specialist areas.