A simple package of honey and informative booklet about the beautiful and busy honey bees.
My sister started a crochet club at her school and I created a logo that represented a soft and inviting feel to the new organization for new members. I printed in-house her sign up sheets and membership cards on matte paper.
Hand picked eggplant envelopes, that were written in calligraphy that I scripted by hand with an elaborate G embedded in white wax to seal the deal. Invites were laser printed by me to give it an royal purple foil finish.
Who doesn't love cheese? Unless you're lactose intolerant, I'm afraid. For those who do, this is perfect for you! The information that I have collected and researched for this theme was carefully crafted with vectors and color treatments. The facts were organized within an accordion fold layout for a portable and/or standing display.
I am a proud bunny mama and I wanted to express it visually. I have experimented with cross-stitch media to "draw" for typographic purposes.
A visual approach for your bunny to be loved and understood by their petsitter.
Experimenting a face lift for an existing book about shadows. I incorporated a flashlight to express depth within thin papers and subtle die cuts.
Love in every stitch."
A simple yet effective package for a handmade burger!
Geometrical typeface whose got some personality. It is focused on the idea of taking slabs off the shape to create a letter.
A family friend has asked me to illustrate and design her a nautical themed baby shower invite for her sister. She wanted to ask her invited guests to replace a card with a children's book. I created a library card for the invitees to write on instead on the actual book, for a cleaner look.
Illustrations of a lovely vegetable and a friendly root plastered on a button for your book bag and/or a pin on your shirt.
This handmade booklet was designed as a pocketbook. Just as light as a ukulele, its function is referenced to play specific chords for each note.
A twisted illustrative version of the classic nursery rhymes.
Business cards designed for my brother, who is a specialized massage therapist.
Inspired from the Nickelodeon tv show Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. Only 30% done.