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Waka Waka, The Full Collection

Contributed by Ben Mingo on Aug 7th, 2020. Artwork published in .
    Waka Waka, The Full Collection 1
    Source: https://benmingo.cargo.site Ben Mingo. License: All Rights Reserved.

    WAKA WAKA — The full collection of Shin Okuda’s wood furniture & functional objects.

    Built on a uniquely structured grid system, this site lends itself to a sense of wonder through both deliberate and random moments of user interaction, pushing the boundary of a traditional online shopping experience.

    Additional areas of focus, including the fundamental relationship between content and form, graphic solutions inspired by print media, and conscious typography choice, positions the site as a functional yet dynamic digital landmark.

    Untitled Sans and Domaine Text have been selected to lay a traditional foundation to play off of Shin’s unconventional forms.

    Waka Waka, The Full Collection 2
    Source: https://benmingo.cargo.site Ben Mingo. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Waka Waka, The Full Collection 3
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    Waka Waka, The Full Collection 4
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    Waka Waka, The Full Collection 5
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    Waka Waka, The Full Collection 6
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    Waka Waka, The Full Collection 7
    Source: https://benmingo.cargo.site Ben Mingo. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    • Domaine Text

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    2 Comments on “Waka Waka, The Full Collection”

    1. Hi Ben, really nice project well done!

      What about the one used here? Looks like Agipo?

    2. Hi @Soimadou Ibrahim-Aliamane yes that one is Agipo and Century Schoolbook Monospace

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