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38th Premio Sergio Amidei

We designed the visual identity for Premio Sergio Amidei, the 38th edition of the international award for the best screenplay.View Project

Cantarutti Matters

Art directed and conceived by TWO and photographed by Mattia Balsamini, Matters is a project to find new paradigms in forniture design narrative.View Project

9th Biennial Architecture Exhibition

The 9th Biennial Architecture Exhibition – Marcello D’Olivo Award is present in the local architecture scene since the end of the 80s.View Project

Regola Pro

The Italian word “Regola” means rule: “an accepted principle or instruction that states the way things are or should be done, and tells you what you are allowed or are not allowed to do.” Rules are critical in type design—guiding the entire process—from research to final design.View Project

Parma Film Festival 21

The 21st edition of Parma Film Festival, an independent movie festival based in Parma (Italy), is focused on the theme of documentary and realism, proposing a contest with more than 20 movies.View Project

Tacchini Italia Forniture Website

Tacchini is a philosophy. Behind every object there’s a story and behind every story there’s a person.View Project

Numéro Berlin 3

Think Work Observe design direction for the third issue of Numéro Berlin: Wunderkammer, Herbst/Winter 2017.View Project

Krizia International

Think Work Observe teamed up with Agenzia del Contemporaneo to reinterpret the identity of the iconic Italian fashion house Krizia.View Project

Futwora Pro

Futwora Pro is our unique version of the ideological Futura, containing small, subtle twists.View Project

Studio Pro

Studio Pro is a sans-serif font based on the research done during 60’s and 70’s by European type designers that examined the two most important sans-serif typefaces at that time with the aim to renew them and to work out a new proposal of forms with proper optical and rhythmical corrections.View Project