I’m super excited about this new project that I’m working on, so I just had to share the process so far. I’ve already started sketching some hand-drawn logo ideas as well, which I’ll share soon. I always love the more hands-on projects where I get to spend a couple of days in the studio painting or sketching to create something a little more special!
The above mood board was inspired by country manors and rose gardens, and brand words like “beautiful”, “feminine”, “idyllic”, “sophisticated” and “charming”. The colour scheme echoes colours found in nature… pink roses, green manicured lawns – which I adore! Stay tuned for an update on this project soon.
“Welcome romantics, visionaries and fellow foragers to my most humble journal, Roost, a place of rest and reprieve. Here you will find a sampling of recipes, descriptive musings and personal chronicles…“. Ahhh, sounds like the perfect place to spend some time and enjoy a good cup of tea.
I love the simplicity of the Roost website with its handcrafted textures, crest and lettering, reflecting the idyllic lifestyle theme and wholesome recipes of the blog.
This is a custom banner illustration that I designed recently for the TWINKLE children’s creativity e-course by Simply Hue, which is coming in Spring 2013.
This is going to be an amazing class for young children and their parents, along with hospitalised children, kids with disabilities, kids in foster homes or those facing other traumatic events, so I was more than a little excited to be working on this website with Vicki Dvorak.
I’m really enjoying the illustration design work at the moment, it’s a welcome break from coding websites!
I love the illustrations, fonts and soft colours of the Free People website, which reflect femininity and spirit.
The brand is aimed at the twenty-something year old woman; smart, creative, confident and comfortable in all aspects of her being, free and adventurous, sweet to tough to tomboy to romantic. A girl who can’t resist petting any dog that passes her by on the street.