Look, another Star Wars related design 🙂 This time, it’s a logo development for a YouTube channel about the trading card game Star Wars Destiny. Read more →
Another quick update on Destiny Archive, my husband’s current personal project. He wanted some clean icons to accompany several messages/alerts. Jawa, Cad Bane and Unkar Plutt all deal in the realm of trading/scavenging/dealing and hence are great characters for this site. C3PO’s character is a know-it-all and is intended to be used for error messages. Read more →
Look, another one of my husband’s project ideas: Quify. It’s a short cut for “Quicker for you” and was developed as a tool to document his (work) productivity. The development is still in early stages, but the logo is done. To challenge myself, I tried to handletter the wordmark. Jump to see the process. Read more →
I haven’t had a lot of time to work on this further but every once in a while I find a few minutes to make another illustration. Here is a quick preview of some characters for the kids book I am working on. Still raw and plain, texture, positioning and type not added yet. It’s going to be fun once I am ready to get into the details. Read more →
Another update on the commercial portfolio site: a logo development for Malin Dimech’s new business “Siblings”. I love working for start-ups, the energy and passion that goes into setting up a business is infectious. It makes me happy to be part of that initial spark. Head straight to the portfolio section: Siblings or simply jump to read on. Read more →
There’s an update on my commercial project page. Yes, you heard right. If the internet could collect dust and cobwebs, my portfolio pages would be chocker full with dust and hardly accessible, so old and neglected are they. Well, I’m in the process of cleaning up (ahem…) or should I better say: I am in the process of planning to cleaning it up? Let’s see how far I get and how long it’ll take to get some newer work examples in there. Here is the first: the logo development for Wholesome Tots.
For the illustrations to each book in Willow Summers’ Skyline Trilogy, I wanted to explore the wonderful style of Malika Favre’s sophisticated, simplified, colour-reduced vector illustrations. Granted, I missed the mark on that one, but I still learned a thing or two. And it was just fun to pick one of the many expressive scenes to illustrate. Read more →