with a simple proposition for its clients: to explore the possibilities together.


We're New Media Designers, firm believers in the equal and inseparable power of visual and functional communication. Proficient in all digital media across the Print Design, Web, Online, Broadcast, & Video mediums…we're especially focused on the evolving space where they all begin to merge

Andreas Polemidiotis
Print & Motion design
Nicoletta Aresti
Graphic Artist
Agis Agesilaou

Our approach

We Focus in exploring design possibilities, we bring our clients the value of our experience. Our clients bring their needs and desires. Together, through communication, we collaborate and focus the wide range of possibilities into design that answers all of the client's needs.


We are commercial artists, with a responsibility to the brand and the product we have agreed to help promote. We try to keep in mind the equal responsibility we have as artists, to do what artists have always done; respond to, reflect upon and, hopefully, influence the world!

Print design is a graphic design-creative process of producing a visual communication and presentation that is performed in order to convey a specific message or messages to a targeted audience–purposely made for printing. The most common types print design finish products are brochure, outdoor banner, vinyl wrap, business card, flyers, product labels and packaging. Printing on the other hand is a process of producing a hard copy of the graphic design and other documents. It is typically done with ink and paper using a printer. It has been rumored that printed materials may lost its importance in the world of marketing in the coming years because of the fast moving digital technology but perhaps it would take decades and centuries to make it happen.
An illustration is a drawing, painting or printed work of art which explains, clarifies, illuminates, visually represents, or merely decorates a written text, which may be of a literary or commercial nature. Historically, book illustration and magazine/newspaper illustrations have been the predominant forms of this type of visual art, although illustrators have also used their graphic skills in the fields of poster art, advertisements, comic books,animation art, greeting cards, cartoon-strips. Most illustrative drawings were done in pen-and-ink, charcoal, or metalpoint, after which they were replicated using a variety of print processes including: woodcuts, engraving, etching, lithography, photography and halftone engraving, among others. Today, one might say there are five main types of illustrations: educational "information graphics" (eg. scientific textbooks); literary (eg. children's books); fantasy games and books; media (magazines, periodicals, newspapers); and commercial (advertising posters, point of sale, product packaging). Many of these illustrations are designed and created using computer graphics software such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, andCorelDRAW, as well as Wacom tablets, although traditional methods like watercolour, pastels, casein, egg tempera, wood engraving, linoleum cuts, and pen and ink are also employed. There is an ongoing debate as to whether illustration is best categorized as a fine art, an applied art - or even a decorative art. However, looking at many of the illustrative masterpieces created through the ages, one can have no doubt that this artform ranks comfortably alongside other fine arts like painting and sculpture.
BRANDING & Packaging
Product branding and packaging decisions are very important decisions as in the present age of globalization, a large number of brands of various products are available to the consumer to choose and select from. As all brands are not equally liked by a consumer and he selects his brand after a careful analysis of a number of factors associated not only with the product but also the manufacturer, the brand name, the packaging, the price, the contents and also the various other factors.

Our Clients / Partners

We love them all