I made this set of brochures for Union Church, Hong Kong. They will put the booklets in their new welcome packet; a really cool tote-bag that I helped design as well. No sample yet. Will put it online as soon as I have it:).
Union Church is one of my favorite buildings in town. It’s the one physical place where I find spiritual rest. For me a personal necessity in a bustling, high-demanding city like Hong Kong. Unfortunately the old, leaking building is going to be replaced by a new one… I felt sad at first because already so many characteristic area’s seem to disappear.
I’ve seen the architects work on new plans and I can’t help to feel excited at the same time! So much more space and recourses to do what churches are supposed to do; providing a place for those who are in need, and shelter for the ones who need rest and inspiration for life. With that in mind, I made the logo for the ‘Building Union for the Future’ project. A lush, leafy tree that grows from a small acorn; hopefully the start of an oasis in Hong Kong.
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.