Grande/Groß Region

A cross-border campaign about the Greater Region

Common culture binds beyond national borders. Five regions in four countries, often referred to as the Greater Region, deepen and simplify cross-border cooperation. These different regions grew together successfully despite previous tensions, divisions and wars. As a result, creating a common visual identify seemed appropriate.

The Luxembourg government took over the presidency for the summit of executives on 1st January 2017. Due to this event, the government decided to publish a magazine presenting the Greater Region, its sub-regions, its history, its commonalities and the differences. HUM designed a magazine based on infographics and illustrations with a catchy corporate design to create a common identity. Additionally, the corporate identity was used when creating an exhibition on the Greater Region.

100 Wierder Lëtzebuergesch

100 Wierder Lëtzebuergesch

The 100 Wierder Lëtzebuergesch tool was created for Min. of Integration to enable the refugees to have contact with the Luxembourgish local population and make it more easy to integrate the educational system in Luxembourg.

The approach is:

  • Multilingual, highlighting the Luxembourgish language while valuing the other languages of the country as well as the mother tongue of the newcomers,
  • Interactive and playful, allowing to practice the Luxembourgish language.

The Adult Education Service uses the 100 Wierder Lëtzebuergesch course material in its classes and makes it available to training organizations, associations and volunteers who mentor and welcome people who want to integrate into Luxembourgd

Exhibition on water pollution and how to reduce it

Creating displays showing the most common causes of water pollution - how this impacts our water and how to prevent it.

Our daily lives, without us being aware of it, cause different types of water pollution. Nanoparticles in sunscreen, cosmetics or food; micro plastics in clothes and cosmetics; medication and harmful substances in paints and enamels… all these substances which enter our water system, adversely affect the world’s marine fauna. Because of this water pollution, eating seafood and fish can seriously damage our health. To protect our health and environment, we must raise awareness of how harmful substances are present in our daily lives. With this in mind, the Luxembourg Water Management Authority planned an exhibition on water pollution, its main causes and the possibilities to reduce or avoid it. In this context, Human Made created five displays, each showing one type of pollution, its negative effects and ways to prevent it. Displays were made up of red, yellow and green colours ensuring a clear presentation.

Biodiversum exhibiton

Visual identity for the exhibition of the new nature conservation center Biodiversum- Haff Remich

A brand-new exhibition takes place in Luxembourg: hosted in a iconic architectural building perfectly integrated in extraordinary nature surroundings. In collaboration with the Ministry of sustainable development (MDDI) the communication specialists from HUMAN MADE designed the exhibition concept and created a world of experience.

We used various visualisation tools to represent a very large amount of data. Thereby visual intelligence replaces a majority of textual information. Illustrations are all based on geometrical forms and are completed by dynamic drawings, slight abstractions and organic effects. Infographics are also using simple, classical design forms in order to arrange an unagitated minimalistic layout, which compete with the very special architecture of the building. The simplicity of the layout is also used for the icons, leading through the exhibition. We also created in a simplified design approach the logo representing the Biodiversum and its surrounding nature with a large variety of wild birds.

Variety of wild fishes for the Biodiversum exhibition

Variety of wild fishes for the Biodiversum exhibition

A brand-new exhibition takes place in Luxembourg: hosted in a iconic architectural building perfectly integrated in extraordinary nature surroundings. In collaboration with the Ministry of sustainable development (MDDI) the communication specialists from HUMAN MADE designed the exhibition concept and created a world of experience.

We used various visualisation tools to represent a very large amount of data. Thereby visual intelligence replaces a majority of textual information. Illustrations are all based on geometrical forms and are completed by dynamic drawings, slight abstractions and organic effects. Infographics are also using simple, classical design forms in order to arrange an unagitated minimalistic layout, which compete with the very special architecture of the building. The simplicity of the layout is also used for the icons, leading through the exhibition. We also created in a simplified design approach the logo representing the Biodiversum and its surrounding nature with a large variety of wild birds.