One of my favourite brochure designs from 2010. Had about 2000 printed which measured the height of an A5 document, but only half the width thereof (just for perspective). A client, CasaNyumba, not afraid of different views on very common marketing tools.
Well, it was more a complete branding solution. Fairly recent project. A happy client 🙂
Here’s a site I put up this morning around 2am and I decided to move away from the rounder corners and very colourful websites such as sahiphop.co.za for more of a corporate look and feel. I still need to make quite a few changes, but overall I think the direction is pretty much decided on. Yet again – no pages scroll and the site actually packs 10+ pages. You should be able to visit it here.
I’ve been given free rein with this logo design for a new website that I don’t really know what to go for. This simplistic look isn’t quite cutting it though so into the trash it goes! Well, recycle bin. Some bits can be salvaged. A brain-transplant perhaps? :’D
Once upon a time 2 gentlemen named Mogomotsi and Mogomotsi stumbled upon an opportunity to open up a bar, this bar would be named M&M. They mapped out everything from how the place will look, their target market, specials they will run, food to be served and even found people to operate it. Their desired venue was sold to someone else. Sad ne? Naaaah – something else will present itself! Soon 😉 The end.
The logos we had as drafts:
Well, in theory t-shirts are part and parcel of the South African Hip Hop scene. It was most fitting that we have our own then :p
Annnnnd the shirts in action:
Firstly, this is no way an official Twitter award. I created it out of frustration from someone I follow on Twitter who is obsessed with how people spell, use grammar, etcetera when they tweet. Absolute nightmare. This was long overdue. (Quickly spell checks blog post… hehehe!)
Plenty logos actually ‘go to waste’. In reality, these should be recycled at a later stage. Here’s a few:
Just a pitch I did with friends of mine Joe and Mirth for a cellular phone carrier in one of our neighbouring countries. Nothing much came of it, but this was our proposed design. With this and the sahiphop.co.za website I can firmly say that at this point in time my web design has it’s own distinct look and feel with a lot of emphasis on rounded corners and lots of eye-catching colour combinations. I have to be honest though – some of the ideas for this I got from the cellc.co.za website – not so much the design, but proposed menu items. Hey – I had to make sure it was relevant.
The very first design projects I actually did back in 2006 were for this company. Since then their logo has changed to the one below and since the company was starting off and I needed some experience I literally must have given them over 200 hours worth of design work for something like R2000. Ya. Abuse ne? Ya. This is something I put together for them back in 2008.