card for children
designed by Lenka Sršňovová
and Ondrej Jób
The card shows a colourful spectrum from the successful Fullove clothing range, inspired by renowned Slovak painter Ľudovít Fulla. The design of the artwork happened in cooperation with the Ľudovít Fulla Gallery in Ružomberok.
The distinctive style, strong visual identity, and manuscripts of the two artists are united in a timeless and popular design. In addition to other achievements, the collection won the National Design Award in 2019.
between people and art.
Banking debit card
designed by Lucia Tallová
The painting is a monochromatic landscape free of human figures. Lucia set out to capture the tension between a specific environment observed from reality and a dreamlike romantic atmosphere. The country reflects the nature of human relationships and feelings. The piece from the Snow and Dust series captures a dramatic sky shrouded in mist and flowing ink.
Flying pieces of paper, dust and ashes create a mysterious tension of silence before a storm.
we can make the world a better place.
designed by crafting plastics! studio
The card shows glasses made of sustainable bioplastic from renewable sources. They were created from biomaterial and without the need for complex technologies.
Their design acknowledges the material and technology. Each piece is handmade with a unique design and colour combination. The space blue colouring of the card is natural. Being mono-material, the frames are also 100% compostable.
in everyday life.
Banking debit card
designed by Erik Šille
The card portrays a selection from the Sleeping Water series. The motif was the legend of sleeping water drawn from a well that becomes dangerous if it’s not stirred before drinking. Šille’s paintings depict this legend in various forms.
This picture is a symbolic representation of climate change. As water is essential to life, this topic is of great concern to Erik.
art has a meaning.
designed by Mikina Dimunová
This card design centres around a typographical word play that points to the card itself.
This allows the card holder a free interpretation and basic understanding that even this card can indeed be perceived as art. It reflects the artist’s interest in conceptual art that elevates idea over artistic representation.