I know i’ve already talked too much about my collab with Pimkie, but i mean, you can’t blame me! For a graphic designer who works on her own clothing brand, this i really big deal. Back in April while traveling to Berlin and France, i attended two events with Pimkie.  One was a presentation for… Read more »

I know i’ve already talked too much about my collab with Pimkie, but i mean, you can’t blame me! For a graphic designer who works on her own clothing brand, this i really big deal. Back in April while traveling to Berlin and France, i attended two events with Pimkie. 
One was a presentation for our capsule collection to the press, and the second one, was the introduction / opening of the Pimkie Fashion Factory in Rivoli. I was honoured to be there as a featured desiring / collaborator doing lots of lettering stuff. From hand lettering the prop signs, cards to hand lettering the attendees names on the most adorable little suitcases (that had tons of goodies in btw). And of course, lots of talking about my capsule collection and shyly receiving compliments from people from Grazia, Elle and oh so many!


You can spot me right at the beginning sharing a few smiles. Truth is, i was so nervous! Besides that though, everyone was so kind and nice, and i got to meet so many incredibly talented people like the ladies from M/B and Griottes.

Now this one is over, there are just 10 days left till the capsule collection launches! Naturally, i’m counting down the days 😀





It’s always an exciting moment when i get to share a new rebrand with you! We started working with Margarita a few months ago on her blog’s West coast mama brand identity.   I couldn’t love more the tones, and warm and inviting mood. It’s actually kinda the tones we’re trying to incorporate to our… Read more »

It’s always an exciting moment when i get to share a new rebrand with you! We started working with Margarita a few months ago on her blog’s West coast mama brand identity.  
I couldn’t love more the tones, and warm and inviting mood. It’s actually kinda the tones we’re trying to incorporate to our new house! I should definitely use that moodboard when picking new furniture this weekend. 

We went with an elegant, strong and natural feel to this. Taking masculine elements and making them a bit more feminine. You know me, i always love playing around with some lines, so this one was super fun, and turned out to be a very easy and effortless project. 



Introductions are not needed about who this lovely lady is. I bet you already know Robin Moses, as she’s a Youtube celebrity. We had the wonderful luck to get to know each other, as we’re both collaborating on big projects with Twila True & Polished Perfect. A project that i’m to unveil in a few… Read more »

Introductions are not needed about who this lovely lady is. I bet you already know Robin Moses, as she’s a Youtube celebrity. We had the wonderful luck to get to know each other, as we’re both collaborating on big projects with Twila True & Polished Perfect. A project that i’m to unveil in a few months. For now, all i can say that i’ve designed both of their websites!  
For Robin’s collaboration, i was hired to design her brand, collateral, website and packaging. Getting to know her, i was surprised to find out what an amazing, kind, loving and warm person she is. We had more than just a few things in common, with our love about magic being one of them, and Robin being known as the nail art wizard, the direction was very clear to both of us.
I’m not going to lie, i was freaking terrified to start working on the brand identity. Although the idea was there, the plan all set, it felt so out of my comfort zone. I’m used to work on modern, clean, minimal brands, and here i was trying to bring old age style to 2015. 
Lots of hours researching though, helped me better understand the mood and feel of the old /  vintage magician style. And once i started sketching, my heart started jumping. I was so excited to work on something so different, that it had sparkled my inspiration to the fullest. Looking back at the project, i couldn’t be more proud. Which once again, brings me to the one thing that i always keeps saying: don’t be afraid to experiment and step out of your comfort zone. I’m pretty sure it will turn out to be your favourite work. 
We still have to launch the website and the packaging but i was just really excited now that Robin is using her new brand identity, so i’ve been waiting for more than a couple of weeks to share this one with you. 

Wedding season is officially upon us! With the Cabo Wedding last week, my BRIDES feature, i’m super excited to share another wedding i worked, the gorgeous, minimal by Andrea & Steve. I swear i could simply have my whole house decorated like it. Marble, marble, whites. greys and lots of greenery! Swoon! You can see… Read more »

Wedding season is officially upon us! With the Cabo Wedding last week, my BRIDES feature, i’m super excited to share another wedding i worked, the gorgeous, minimal by Andrea & Steve. I swear i could simply have my whole house decorated like it. Marble, marble, whites. greys and lots of greenery! Swoon! You can see more of this beauty at The Style Co. 
Working with Andrea, was more than a pleasure! Not only she had a clean vision of what she wanted but i was allowed to play with as much minimalism i wanted. 
We did pretty much everything. Wedding logo, signs, place cards, invitation, map, menus and so much more. It was not a long ago that i was terrified to take on the design work for a whole wedding, but with those two beauties (and a few more i’m working on now) i’m safe to say i freakin love working on weddings!
Those marble place cards where my absolutely favourite! And pretty much everyone who saw them on Instagram went crazy, well, they were engraved on marble, so yeah. That itself is pretty awesome.
Event Design + Styling: The Style Co.

Flowers: The Style Co.


Venue: Aerial, South Wharf

Photography: Hikari



I really couldn’t have found a more rose themed project, to post on my rose themed week! We started working with Jenny almost about a year ago! So what you’re finally seeing today, is a long hard work, that i couldn’t be more proud of.  It’s like the very first complete wedding stationary i’ve worked… Read more »

I really couldn’t have found a more rose themed project, to post on my rose themed week! We started working with Jenny almost about a year ago! So what you’re finally seeing today, is a long hard work, that i couldn’t be more proud of. 
It’s like the very first complete wedding stationary i’ve worked on, and i just can’t stop looking at it. This year has been all about weddings for me, out of the blue. I’ve collaborated with Brides Magazine, and they’ll be featuring on two issues the invites i designed for them, and in matter of fact the first issue is already out! And then another super awesome – minimal wedding in Australia that i can’t wait to share with you next week. 
Just a couple of weeks ago, Jenny got married to her best friend, in the most beautiful, magical place in the world, Cabo! Destination weddings can be super awesome people! I almost wished i had one. So as you’ve already figured out, we went with a tropical, island, chic boho themed. Mixing some blacks and strong elements to balance out the couple.
And you know me! Blacks? Gold? Lettering AND flowers?! That’s everything i live for. 
Once the photographer’s images are out, i’ll be sharing with you guys all about the wedding. With the logo and rose pattern printed on surf board, fabric backdrop and all the beautiful stuff! 

I met Rory about a year and half ago, and our love for minimalism instantly clicked. We worked together on his brand’s Bond Viveur rebrand for the Chef & Catering, and Wedding part. He does a lot of things, and he’s pretty good at all of them! Rory had a clear vision of where he… Read more »

I met Rory about a year and half ago, and our love for minimalism instantly clicked.

We worked together on his brand’s Bond Viveur rebrand for the Chef & Catering, and Wedding part. He does a lot of things, and he’s pretty good at all of them!

Rory had a clear vision of where he wanted his brand to head, along with the greek δ instead of a d. It was a fun process, and most of all super light to work with bright colours with the crispy white for contrast. 
There were quite a few of my favourites in the process, and we ended up going with the strongest monogram and cleanest layout.