Nobuya Hayasaka

Interior Designer

Japan

AWARDS

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He was born in 1987 in Sapporo, Japan, and studied a wide range of art disciplines at university, including fine art, crafts, video, and digital content, with a focus on media design. During his studies, he won the grand prix of the docomo Creators Cup two years in a row. Currently, he is a director of arica design inc.
He uses his experience in a wide range of fields to work on branding and art direction for stores, inns, and companies.
He has won national and international awards not only in graphic design, but also in the fields of illustration, video, advertising, and package design.

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EDUCATION

2006-2010, Hokkaido University of Education Iwamizawa Campus

WORKING EXPERIENCES

2010-2011, Hokkaido-Chizu Co.,Ltd.
2011-, arica design inc.

AWARDS AND PRIZES

2022, Platinum Award and Silver Awards x2, A'Design Award&Competition
2021, Best Winner, Topawards Asia
2021, Centauri Winner, VEGA Digital Awards
2021, Platinum Winner x3, MUSE Creative Awards
2021, Platinum Winner and Gold Winner x3, MUSE Design Awards
2020, Gold Awards and Bronze Awards, Pentawards,
2020, Gold Awards and Bronze Awards x2, DFA Award
2020, Grand Prix and Bes Work Prize and Jury Prize, Applied Typography
2020, Bronze Prize, Japan Sign Design Award
2018, Silver Award and Jury Prize and Member's Jury Prize x2, Sapporo ADC Competition
2017, Member's Jury Prize, Sapporo ADC Competition
2015, Jury Prize, Sapporo ADC Competition
2015, Creator's Award, All Hokkaido Advertising Association Award,
2014, Minne Award
2012, Excellence Award, International Illustration Competition
2008, Grand Prix, docomo Creators Cup
2007, Grand Prix, docomo Creators Cup

SELECTED PROJECTS

Q Shinshu Apple Pie Laboratory

FUNCTION:

Brand Identity

LOCATION:

Ueda City, Japan

YEAR:

2021

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ABOUT

These are branding projects for "Q", an apple pie specialty store. Two typographies of the store name "Q" were created using an apple as a motif, and this has become the store's symbol. This simple and easy to understand symbol was used to design all the brand tools such as lighting, stools, uniforms, and packaging. By communicating with customers through this unified worldview, the store's commitment to apples was conveyed to customers.

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PHOTO CREDITS:

Nobuya Hayasaka, 2021.

COPYRIGHTS:

Nobuya Hayasaka

Zaku Inc.

FUNCTION:

Corporate Identity

LOCATION:

Japan

YEAR:

2021

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ABOUT

This symbol has two meanings. It is the company name and the company slogan. It consists of the typography of Japanese kanji characters, which read "zaku" in the company name. The combination of "signature and seal" in the mark will make Japanese people who see this design recognize it as kanji. The kanji also contains the meaning of "to create. The silhouette of Good!'s hand is formed using this character, which means "to create. In this way, the company's slogan of "Creating Good" is expressed in a single mark.

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PHOTO CREDITS:

Nobuya Hayasaka, 2021.

COPYRIGHTS:

Nobuya Hayasaka

Sakura Shimizu

FUNCTION:

Packaging

LOCATION:

Sapporo, Japan

YEAR:

2021

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ABOUT

This package was created as part of a branding project for a floral artist. In order to highlight the color and beauty of the flowers themselves, all of the brand's tools were kept in gray. This gray is a brand color that gives consumers an image of dignity and quality, but does not detract from the flowers themselves. The achromatic flower boxes and paper bags allow the vivid colors of the flowers to stand out. I designed the product to best showcase the artist's work.

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PHOTO CREDITS:

Nobuya Hayasaka, 2021.

COPYRIGHTS:

Nobuya Hayasaka