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22.07.2020 — AIGA Interview was uploaded into Words. — There are also reflections on how the world is a burrito, updated in $ — This website is currently under construction. As is the world and its ways. It is expected never to be completed, but so far it is quite at the begginning, documenting projects when The Royal decided that it is time to bask in self-indulgence. It might also occur that this website is updated while applying lotion on the skin, or in the aftermath of not answering calls in the middle of the afternoon anymore because every entity needs me-time. Even a design studio needs to brush its teeth from time to time.






A project that visualizes outcomes from lives that could have been but never were, built strictly from noting bits of conversations from strangers while traveling in their commute. An ongoing visual reflection about the supermundane, instrumentalizing stolen thoughts in their respective time, to build a satiric critique around a globalized sate of meaning.











Pink, yes, we are royal. The Royal Studio is a blue vortex. It has deep and purple approach to the design wonders. The Royal is red. Methodic. Scientific. Moves green and creates teal. The Royal has fun, knows not how to be funny and plays violet like a monkey on metabolic orange with a passion for reason. Contextual. Playful. Loyal to culture. Royal to black.






This is an monumental book about adrenaline, comedy, extremely violent political commentary with a sarcastic tone. Designed in line with schizophrenia, we’ve opted to feed on velocity and dig deep in the universe of ephemera and fanzine to depict the history of Million Dollar Extreme.
















To design this event is to be aware that reality doesn't come single-handed in a multi-dimensional presence. Taking action in London, United in Code is therefore a statement embracing the UE motto to tackle the unified web — a network where ideas thrive and frontiers are made irrelevant





 

18.03.2020
17h22 Gmt:-1


“Few images come closer to reality than those recorded by surveillance cameras. In China, a country with strict film censorship, an estimated 200 million such cameras have been installed to capture life unfiltered; mundane daily activities are mixed with dramatic events beyond the realm of imagination.”

Dragonfly Eyes
— Exhibition