Two of our works are present on the Japanese market: Piquentum wines and Elan skis. Maybe that was the reason for their interview with us, but, on the occasion, it was nice to introduce some other of our works as well, our creative processes…
It’s so important and marvelous when it is about a hairdo, but all of a sudden so disgusting when you find it in the soup… At the same time, from a historical, mythological and economic point of view, it’s indeed vey important: the Hair! The Ethnographic museum of Istria has set up an unusual exhibition studying the importance of the intriguing concept of hair. The authors are Tamara Nikolić Đerić and Ivona Orlić.
Already six biennial exhibitions of the Croatian Designers’ Association awarding continuity, or rather, it is since we have been established officially as a creative studio that the jury of this important review of design production in Croatia regularly rewards Studio Sonda’s projects. This year we got one as well.
The Croatian Museum Society proclaimed The book that saves water as the best-realized publishing project, and the monograph The Austrian-Venetian border in Istria as the best research project that resulted in a professional publication of 2017
The most read book is travelling through the libraries, readers write down touching notes… and that is the way the award is created. The one that always, over and over again without exception, creates powerful emotions
Booktiga Festival and Studio Sonda awarded with IdejaX in the category Tourism, Culture and Leisure time, plus with the special recognition for the best Copywriting
At The Museum of the Poreč Territory and the Sincich Gallery in Poreč visit the exhibition about water which thematizes how difficult it was to access it in the past, how much it is taken for granted today and tomorrow… who knows?
Both works from the Collection Piquentum Sv.Vital 12/13/14 and Booktiga Award give their contribution to the central theme of the 52nd Zagreb Salon: The (In)Applicability of Applied Art
In the next years, we will develop a Creative Center in Vižinada (Istria/Croatia), which will eventually, along with a whole range of contents, be able to demonstrate with measurable statistic parameters exactly how well-managed creative processes can contribute to the development of the community
Chosen by AIGA and Design Observer among 50 of the best world editions in 2016, Poreč firemen and Metaphoria II enter into the collection of rare books at Columbia University and Yale University
Our posters made for the Casanova Fest showcase within the big exhibition about sexuality in Istria, the end result of cooperation between museums of Istria.
Since the festival is about exchanging and promoting used books, we wanted to design an – used award. Because there are things that are more valuable to artist than money or statues…