Identity for the Interior Architecture Degree exhibition at the Cork Institute of Technology. The brief was simple - can we get something that uses lines, some depth, and some colour similar to that of Maser? Students are obsessed with him. I really wanted to push the sense of depth and create an optical illusion at the same time. Inspired by the works of M.C. Escher, the letter T was used to form the basis of a three dimensional shape, that naturally feels as though it can be rotated, or 'transitioned' to another plane.
The mathematics that went into producing this actually forces it to be an impossible shape, and one which can not be created in 3D space, which is exactly what I wanted to achieve. Using CMYK for the colour palette also proved successful, as this is the second time the logo has been used since originally creating it in 2016.
Ryan Kavanagh © 2020.
Cork x Dublin, Ireland