The 2D design world is surrounding us. We encounter some good, but also some very bad examples of design, through marketing, media, and the internet. The market is overwhelmed by not-so-great graphic solutions which lead to general loss of value for the design itself. That’s why we at Esoter decided to try and influence this situation by leading by example.
Esoter studio is made out of people with several years of experience in 2D art and design, and we provide these services as well as developing graphic identities for companies or individuals. We also provide services of illustration and illustration outsourcing among many others. Our goal is to fulfill our clients’ needs and provide a quality design with no compromise.
Other than services and experiences we provide, we aim to elevate the level of knowledge about 3D technologies, art, design and game development.
Our mission is to make quality products and content available to our clients, while we go through the educational process of making those products together.
Our core business is based on providing 3D modeling, 3D printing, 2D art and design services, with a high variety of offers and options for mutual collaboration.
General idea we follow is to get to know our clients and get them to know our services, so we can show them it’s possible to achieve availability and high quality at the same time.
Last month we had the opportunity to work with AIESEC and the people involved with international training programs for young volunteers, global talents, and future entrepreneurs.
The discovery of 3D printing technology, and precise 3D printers that can make amazingly intricate functional models changed our perspective...
Dr James Gardiner idea is based on the fact that 3D printing is very easily applicable in architecture for producing one-of-a-kind molds for panels and concrete components.