JACCU Corporate Identity Design
Hanko seal is a contribution of Hiroko Matsushita, a Japanese artist and designer. It represents “art” and “culture” in Japanese alphabet, kanji.
Together with the corporate identity design, website design is also made by Taciser Sevinc.
YUSHINKAN Tenugui Design
Tenugui is a Japanese towel made of thin cotton fabric. It is widely used in daily life for drying hands, wrapping food pots or decorating rooms. But for a kendo practitioner, it is a special equipment to wear under the head gear. It is also a common gift to exchange between kendo practitioners.
This tenugui is designed specially for members of Yushinkan Iaido & Kendo dojo. Yushinkan is a well-established dojo in Utrecht since 1998. The mon (emblem) of Yushinkan dojo has two ginkgo leaves, inspired by the oldest ginkgo biloba tree of the Netherlands (more than 280-year-old) in Oude Hortus. Behind the ginkgo branch is the Dom Tower, the tallest church tower in the Netherlands and the trademark of Utrecht.
The design of the tenugui is made for chusen technique, which is one of the oldest traditional hand-dyeing techniques in Japan.
GAIA Backdrop Design
The illustration is composed with 24 images from Taciser’s personal photographs to create a dream-like landscape Alaa Minawi requested.
TACISER.S ART AND DESIGN is the personal business of Taciser Sevinc.
Taciser Sevinc is an independent professional on stage design, performance design and visual arts, living in and working from Utrecht, The Netherlands since 2016. She has been working in Istanbul between 2000 and 2016.
What are you looking for?
Taciser has 20 years of experience in more than a hundred projects on space and performance design.
She collaborates with directors, theatre makers, performance artists and visual artists in diverse projects.
She also supports fellow designers and artists with professional assistance, scalemodels and 3D models and visualisations.
In her individual practice, she is conducting an artistic research on scenography in relation to her kendo practice.
Scenography, Spectatorship, Interaction, Performativity
Maquettes and Visualisations for
Theatre, Opera, Film, Television,