This a postcard made by Miklos to celebrate the new year. Its a limited edition postcard and the target audience is most likely for people close to him. The design is nice with the main message being the only element on the front. The message is a pun on 'very happy new year' and the text has been position and manipulated in such a way that it merges with the next word. The minimalistic design is present on the back as well.
This design aims to promote the iGoogle launch. Its target audience is people aged 17-55 or anyone the uses the internet. The design uses the aesthetic styles of several different creative professionals. Each design is unique. But the position of the iGoogle logo creates brand identity across all the postcards and the use of the shadow allows the logo to stand out even against a white background.
This design aims to promote the JASON project. Its target audience is people who are wish to pursue a postgrad study. The design uses a texture to make the card look older and art that is reminiscent of old paintings. The design uses only a few colours and these colours contrast each other. The text is capitalised and place in a location where it can be easily read. The use of the same art on the back as a water mark helps to make the back more interesting.
Non-Format was originally founded in London in 2000 by Kjell Ekhorn (Norwegian) and Jon Forss (British). Together they work on a range of projects including art direction, design, illustration and custom typography for clients including Adobe, Coca-Cola, EMI, Gap, IBM, New York Times, Nike, Nokia, Rick Owens, Sony Music and a great many others. In 2015 they merged with ANTI.
Its a postcard designed to promote/advertise the event Outpost. Its target audience was to a broad demographic that included families, young professionals, tertiary and secondary students. Its use of a white back ground gave the elements figure ground and the large image had a high heir achy with the use of bold colours. I quite like the stencil design of the Outpost logo and text.