The Chemistry of Us was an event concept for the company Celanese. Celanese is a group of engineers, scientists, operators and product developers. They're innovators, advisers, designers and problem solvers. Most importantly, they're partners – in creating value for their customers with the solutions they offer and in improving the world through the actions of their colleagues.
The design of "Esse" is inspired by a prominent Jewish German-born American sculptor named Eva Hesse, who is known for her unique work with natural materials such as latex, fiberglass and plastics in the 50’s and 60’s in New York City. Eva Hesse's style is shown throughout the brand "Esse", through the line work, color, and interiors.
// Revit Architecture by Erik Smith
The design objective was to take a dollar store item and recreate its packaging in hopes of making it a product of seemingly more value and to bring more interest to the product itself.
Romans 12:2 is the inspiration behind this card packaging. In Romans 12:2 it talks about being transformed, no longer being like the rest of the world. I wanted my cards to stick to that theme by literally having the ability to transform as you open them.
The word Regalito literally means a small gift in Spanish. The idea behind this shoe and apparel company is based on just that, giving. When a product is purchased from Regalito a "small gift" is given to a child in need. The color palette and designs within the brand reflect the bright, aztec culture found in Mexico and Central America.