I’ve been dying to share this project with you from the moment i started working with Joy on her brand plan and moodpboard back in June. She came to me with the most magical vision for her brand and i was inspired instantly. It wasn’t very difficult, after all her work will make you think of the fairytale wedding you always dreamt of.

Joy pushed me with the best possible way to get creative and achieve that luxurious, dreamy, elegant, ethereal, and romantic vibe. After all, we were inspired by the Renaissance and Baroque eras. The monogram took hours to sketch on paper and then scan, illustrate and then print and back at it again a few times to correct details. Then, the magnolia pattern was digitally illustrated – i will be sharing a how to video on my youtube channel very soon.

Joy and i worked on her new website as well that is in the works and i will be sharing it as well once it’s ready. Imagine all these lovely tones, gold touches and magnolias, so much love for this project!

Now if you thought you’ve seen the prettiest wedding shoes, let me kindly tell you you haven’t. Joy collaborated with Belle Belle and they created 3 stunning designs. You can head over to her website to see more and watch that magical film created by Josh Gooden and be swept off your feet. Now let me just sit here and admire the monogram on the front of the shoe..

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Oh how i love working with so many different and unique people. Each of them has a different story to say and i always get so inspired by them and excited to share their voice through their brand. Jessica is a doula and had the most beautiful and inspiring story to share with me. She knew what she wanted and what would fit her brand and i was really lucky to help her with that journey.

We strongest brand keywords were, whimsical, magical, comfortable with a bit of 70’s vibes. Jessica had this concept of the baby inside the egg that we brought to life in the icon. The primary font for the logo was created customary by me and of course i was eager to illustrate some flowers for the whimsical part of it.

I haven’t shared with you most of the rebrands i’ve worked in the past year and the list is growing bigger and bigger! I’ll be working in the next months updating my portfolio and share more and more of the exciting projects i’ve worked on. Be prepared for lots of different styles and moods!

You may have noticed that i share a lot less of the process lately in my new branding works. That is mostly because our brand plan always hits the spot and we get the logos straight away. So the final logos end up being the ones i proposed originally. Below you will see a few alterations of the final logos, with a small stop to one of my favourites the illustrated baby egg.

I had this concept of life growing from the yolk, translated into flowers and leaves and roots. We needed using a much simpler and edgier version of the logo that fits the brand perfectly. The primary logos are also custom ones below as a second alteration of the brand’s logo.

Last month i got the chance to work with a very lovely lady and writer. I got pretty lucky and already ready her incredible book of poetry and was entirely inspired by her emotions for this book design.

We wanted to show they beauty from the inside, the emotions, and the connection to water. I had so much fun creating all kinds of different hairstyles with the water pieces (you can see 3 in this post). What i loved most about this one, is how effortlessly it was easy for me to create and how much we connected with Cate straight from the start. I’ve never worked in collage style portrait before, which is why this was even more exciting!

The final design we’re going with, is the image where you can see both sides of the book, with the black hair waves.

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