Things are heating up in New Orleans, and the graphic design projects keep coming – each project fabulous and each client amazing. I seriously cannot ask for better clients. Recently, I had the opportunity to work with ISeeChange on some branding items (logo not included) for an event they took part in. I love what they are doing to try to get every one of us involved in climate change from a local, grassroots level. It’s social, it’s fun and it’s important! Check out Julia and her fantastic team and see what they have going on at ISeeChange.org.
I also got to see the finished product for the shaving soap labels I worked with Sweet Olive Soap Works on. I love, love, love her products and was super excited to design these labels! Check out her fantastic array of natural skin care products.
I shipped off the last of a wedding package I designed for a fantastic couple in Virginia. They had the most unique and inspiring ideas to use for the designs. I am extremely pleased with the way everything turned out. Look for a post dedicated just to their items soon!
If you have some time to do some perusing online, I came across a few design-y articles I thought y’all might enjoy!
- What’s the Difference Between a Font and a Typeface (And Does it Matter)? from Fast Company
- A lovely pictorial blog about Azu Roma’s sawdust “graffiti” installations from Invade Nola.
- One of my illustration professors from undergrad at VCU recently had a piece selected as a winner in the Communication Arts Illustration Annual. Check out Robert Meganck’s work online. If you’re a subscriber, you can view all the 2014 Illustration winners at Communication Arts online.
- I’ve been blogging for Team Etsy Nola too! Check it out!