Oh I will miss the gritty, charming, colourful Wan Chai. Happy that I could work on the branding of CWS (Child Welfare Scheme) charity race, coming up in March. The typical Wan Chai colour pattern makes me feel warm inside, although I know a lot is going on out there that would give me goose-bumps at the same time.
That paradox is perfectly captured in this app-walk as well. You can download it if you like to get to know the area better. A neighbourhood that is fascinating enough to make you never want to leave.
I was so excited for Urban Discovery… I know how they love urban heritage and like to share all those hidden gems in trucked away neighbourhoods. So the good news is: It’s now possible to explore different cities in Indonesia too with Urban Discovery’s iDiscover App. To highlight this occasion, CEO Ester van Steekelenburg made an app-tour in Indonesia to celebrate with all the local heritage people. I helped them with all the promotional material (in Bahasa!).
It’s always such a pleasure to work together with inspiring friends. My new year’s resolutions was: doing more projects with people I like… this is one of the results. A poster/flyer/cover for a conference in Cambridge about looted art in World War II (mostly from Jewish families in Europe). The stories are fascinating and the amazing photography says it all!
It’s that time of the year again that graphic designers mostly work with red and green. Although I normally don’t fancy that color-combination, for Christmas print-work I wholeheartedly make an exception;-).
Remember this post where I gave you a printable wrappingpaper-freebie for the holidays? The design was inspired by the flyer/banner that I made for this lovely Fair Trade Christmas fun fair coming up. All you Hongkies, write this one in your diary: Fair Trade Christmas shopping, 1st of December on the patio of Union Church, 22 Kennedy Road.
Sometimes a job requires to learn a new skill. In the case of this flyer I capacitated myself in the noble art of carrot-cutting;-). Do you like the result;-)?
The flyer was made for the promotion of a special cookbook made for people who suffer(ed) from cancer (published by Moermanvereniging). It includes all kinds of super healthy recipes to help people gain back their strength. I chose to make carvings in a carrot because the people who use it, mostly have scars/marks themselves. But the carrot also looks strong and healthy. Hopefully the food in the book will help all recuperating patients to regain that strength very soon…
Christmas is in the air! It’s one of my favorite seasons with lots of festive moments to look forward to. Among those moments is the Fair Trade Fun Fair that’s going to be held in Union Church (Kennedy Road 22, Hong Kong, 9th of December). They will sell lots of unique products from Mongolia, Nepal etc. and support the local communities out there at the same time. I did the flyer en poster design for the event. The sparkling stars represent little glimmers of joy, warmth and sincere attention in a grey and indifferent world.