Sharon Webber-Zvik

Own a graphic design studio specializes in branding and transforming abstract ideas into real products.
Believes that good design can change perceptions.
I work with artists, photographers, individuals, film makers, universities, and much more.

2012 Golden A Design Award winner: Graphics and Visual Communication Design Category
Research Branding by Sharon Webber-Zvik

Pain and Suffering Research Branding by Sharon Webber-Zvik This design explores suffering in different layers: philosophical, social, medical and scientific. From my personal point of view that suffering and pain comes in many faces and forms, philosophical and scientific, I chose the humanization of suffering and pain as my basis. I studied the analogies between symbiotic in nature and symbiotic in human relations and from this research I created characters that visually represent the symbiotic relations between suffer and the sufferer and between pain and the one in pain. This design is an experiment and the viewer is the subject.

Investment Firm Corporate Identity by Sharon Webber-Zvik

Jellyfish Investment Firm Corporate Identity by Sharon Webber-Zvik As the name Jellyfish was a given starting point, Mrs. Sharon Webber-Zvik found the biggest challenge in creating a presentation that while resembling the shape of a jellyfish, has no qualities or characteristics in common. Trough study, research, inspiration and creativity she Eventually created a fusion of creatures and cultures, emphasizing strength and respecting her clients, their customers and their customer's cultures.

Animated and Static Logo by Sharon Webber-Zvik

One Day Animated and Static Logo by Sharon Webber-Zvik For a top multinational corporation announcement of their new Instant Messaging & Video Conference application in Israel, the corporation and the “Peres Center for Peace” initiated a joint project that video-documented the daily routine of young Arab and Jewish high-school students and their online interactions and meeting with each other using the new application. Conceptylist studio was hired to create the graphics for documentary film made by Mr. Yaniv Berman, a respected Israeli director and film maker covering the project as part of the new application’s marketing campaign.

Postcards Series  by Sharon Webber-Zvik

Selfish Collages Postcards Series by Sharon Webber-Zvik The Native Americans believed that a camera is capable of capturing a person's soul. The designer feel very uncomfortable having her picture taken. In our days, selling perfection through filters is part of our daily routine and business marketing. And to that, people expect immediate feedback and positive reassurances. The designer couldn't help but wonder if a selfie presentation can be genuine and exposing, and one that shows an X-ray vision that is not necessarily beautiful.

Contact Info

Sharon Webber-Zvik
26 Shoam St
P: +972547840878
F: Israel

Sharon Webber-Zvik is IDC member since 2013, with 8108 IDC rating.
 
 
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