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I think I’ve really started to find my niche. That’s right ladies and gents, I’m designing for another beauty start up brand. This time, it’s Ajé Skincare by Amena Adage.Read more "Anti-Ajé-ing Skincare"
Anytime I design for a start-up I will reiterate to my clients that their first logo is not their final logo. It must evolve. Just like your products and/or services evolve, your customers evolve, your industry evolves, so to should your brand. Your brand should reflect the evolution of time and change. Even Nike evolved! This project has been in […]Read more "We All Must Evolve"
Can you believe how many photos I’ve taken this year? Especially as a graphic designer. Photography is not the first technical skilled I learned, and in many ways, I’m still learning. I’m okay at studio lighting, I mean I get the gist, but am I Norman Jean Roy or Annie Leibovitz? Not even close. But I’m […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/12/07/opening-the-shutter/ ">Read more "Opening the Shutter"
This past week, someone asked me to do an infograph, just to see what I can offer as a designer. I thought, this was a great time for me update my CV. In the past years, when I’ve looked for more traditional graphic design roles, my CV was actually closer to an infograph than your […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/11/16/cv/ ">Read more "C.Me."
So here’s 5 thousand words from Toronto’s Hazelton Hotel’s social media shoot. Now I have about 50 photos done in two day, 8 hour session, but I’d like for my clients to post first before I do, this way they have exclusive, new content. In August, The Hazelton Hotel started to revamp their brand and the next […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/10/26/if-a-photo-is-a-thousand-words/ ">Read more "If A Photo Is A Thousand Words"
As you might (or might not know), I’m Bathorium’s designer. What you are about to see took us over a year to conceptualize, to develop and it’s finally here. C·R·U·S·H is Bathorium’s twist on the bath bomb. C·R·U·S·H was a happy mistake. The early days of Bathorium, one of the bath bomb orders arrived completed smashed and well, crushed. That’s when […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/10/03/crushing-it/ ">Read more "C·R·U·S·Hing It!"