National Classics

Descripition: crest = shield = flag = jersey

It wants to give a brief view on particular events in the history of Europe and the relationships between Europe’s oldest and later cultures, companionships and rivalry between nations and its current multicultural identity (-crisis) resulted from wars, marriages, treaties and alliances in the past. To visualise these events the language of heraldry is used in a modern and accessible form. Alongside Europe’s history, Blood in Blood out wants to reveal the system and terminology of heraldry which was formed and maintained by the precursors of today’s graphic designers, the heralds.

check first presentation 2005
check second presentation 2008

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Derby d'Italia

jersey, 31 Dec 2009

The Derby d’Italia (Italian for “Derby of Italy”) was coined back in 1967 by the famous Italian sports journalist Gianni Brera as the biannual football fixture in Italian football between Internazionale in Milan and Juventus in Turin. The name was also given to this fixture as Inter and Juventus were (as in 1967) the two teams with the highest number of international (the first) and national (the latter) honours. The matchup between Juventus and Inter is perhaps the most intense derby matches in Italy between two teams not from the same city. The two teams are also ranked first and second in wins and goals in Serie A history. The match features two clubs who have never been relegated from the Serie A (prior to the Calciopoli scandal in which Juventus were forcefully relegated for their role in it).