Table Tennis - Present vs. Future

R$ 130
Diogo Akio, Oct. 2016

At first, the flat view may give you a sense of unbalance. Two circles in different sizes, colours and positions. This intentional aspect represents the whole point of table tennis game: breaking the norm and creating unbalance.
Now focus on the white ball and put it in a first plan above everything. After that the other ball will make more sense. That’s the experience of playing table tennis. It’s not only about where the ball is, but where it’s going to be. It’s a game that requires concentration, agility and skills. And sometimes the battle is against yourself. It seems so simple, but it’s definitely more than that.

Dimension
50 x 70 cm (19 ¾ x 27 ½ ")
Unframed

Paper
High quality printing
230g Epson Matte Photo Paper

Diogo Akio

Diogo is an independent multidisciplinary creative and designer based in São Paulo, Brazil. His work is known for its simplicity in form, but expressive in meaning. He’s interested in the complexity of minimal. When there aren’t many resources, few graphics have a big responsability. He believes that in a world of excess, there aren’t many things as valuable as saying much with less.