Tsuyoshi Omori

Graphic Designer

Japan

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AWARDS

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Born in 1976, he is a founder of triplet design, inc. As an art director and design consultant based in Tokyo, he has been involved in a number of business projects, through which he designed posters, books, logos, graphics, packages, websites and apps. He won several international design awards in Asia and USA. He believes that designing is finding a solution to a challenge and there is no correct answer. Intrigued by such designing aspect, he is committed to looking at the nature of questions given by society or clienteles and presenting answers as concrete and effective as possible, which he hopes to brighten up people’s face.

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EDUCATION

2001, Faculty of Environmental Science and Technology, Okayama University, OKAYAMA/Japan

WORKING EXPERIENCES

2005-2019, triplet design inc., TOKYO/JAPAN
2001-2005, Office T, OSAKA/JAPAN

AWARDS AND PRIZES

2017, Bronze, K-DESIGN AWARD 2017, Asia
2018, Silver, International Design Award, U.S.A
2019, Silver, 10th WOLDA, Germany
2020, Winner, German design award, Germany
2020, Grand Prix, ASIA DESIGN PRIZE, Asia
2020, Gold, Novum Design Award, France

SELECTED PROJECTS

PLANTS TRADE

FUNCTION:

Concept Book and Poster

LOCATION:

Tokyo

YEAR:

2019

Aerial View of Forest

ABOUT

The Concept Book was designed in exactly the same size as the products, botanical specimens. Not only photos of nature, the book also features unique graphics which the designer created with drawing inspiration from the nature’s wisdom. More interestingly, the graphics are carefully printed by letterpress so that every image varies in color or texture, just like natural plants.

Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest

PHOTO CREDITS:

Takashi Hiramatsu

COPYRIGHTS:

Tsuyoshi Omori

Three Emotions

FUNCTION:

Brand Identity

LOCATION:

YEAR:

2021

Aerial View of Forest

ABOUT

The logo and poster of a non-profit organization that aims to have Hansens sanatoriums inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List conveys the message that the tragic past of Hansen’s disease patients must not be forgotten.

Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest

Hikaru Kodani

PHOTO CREDITS:

Tsuyoshi Omori

COPYRIGHTS:

Press

FUNCTION:

Art Book

LOCATION:

Tokyo

YEAR:

2019

Aerial View of Forest

ABOUT

This art book features 8 collages and the keywords derived from the algorithm. The keywords are each printed separately on tracing paper so that the viewer can see either just the collage, or the combination of it with its keywords. Square paper allows the viewer to see the collage and words equally from 8 different angles. As typography, the title PRESS is creatively arranged in the seams, etc. to conjure the image of the roller printing machine that was used for making the collage.

Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest

PHOTO CREDITS:

Takashi Hiramatsu

COPYRIGHTS:

Tsuyoshi Omori