Chopin In The City

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

I recently came across this delightfully minimal and typographic print and web design project by Michal Sycz over at Noeeko. Michal recently completed a project called “Chopin In The City”, which, in his own words:

The project Chopin in the City enters Krakow into the cycle of celebrations of the Year of Chopin in an unusual way. All activities have been situated in public space, and particular elements of the project use non-standard actions and modern technologies. I was responsible for website  and print design dedicated to promote thisgreat event.

Print Design

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

Web Design

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

Chopin In The City print and web design by Michal Sycz

What I love about this design is the sheer clean minimalism: from the use of only red, grey, black and white as a colour palette; the gridded layout of the print and web elements and use of only Helvetica Neue as the primary typeface (yet used with enough contrast here and there for solid clarity). This is exactly the sort of stuff that makes my blood pump with creativity and enthusiasm. I just love it.

There’s an awful lot of supremely talented Eastern European designers these days, and Michal Sycz is certainly one of them. You can see more images of his Chopin In The City design on his Behance portfolio.

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Logo & Brand Identity Design

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