After the royal wedding did you get engaged?
If you answered yes, I could help take away some of the stress in planning a wedding. How, employ me to design and produce your wedding stationery . Below are some of the packages I can offer but these are only an idea for a bespoke quote please message me with no obligation.
Caserne is a graphic design studio. They take a global approach to there work. It’s functional, coherent and relevant. Below is some of their work that inspires me.
Souk (at) Sar – Take 14
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Already considered one of Nashville’s hottest restaurants, this gourmet market, wine bar and restaurant has all your needs covered. With the love of wine being front and center, we developed some cheeky taglines and combined them with a sunny Southern yellow to convey a playful but snarky tone. Just what you need after a long day… a little attitude and tall glass of rosé.
Julien Hébert is a graphic designer based in Montréal, Quebec. His work is recognisable thanks to its bold typographic and colour choices.
T-shirt for the Manifeste contre la peur tour by Violett Pi.
Designed by Julien Hébert and David Beauchemin, 2017.
Poster for the 2017 ATypI conference. Custom lettering and logotype
Designed by Julien Hébert, 2017.
Album cover for Violett Pi. Designed by Julien Hébert and David Beauchemin, 2017.
Animation randomly displayed on the landing page of Studio Paprika’s website.
Designed by Julien Hébert at Paprika, 2015.
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Event poster & leaflet designed by me.
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On New York’s 8th Avenue, a new museum rich with interactive experiences promises that the visitor will “see yourself and the world around you more clearly through the lens of spying”. We look at how a team of creative talent brought this ambitious new experience to life.
Led by Walter, SomeOne were appointed to work on the brand, developing the Question Everything tagline. Working with type designer Gareth Hague of Alias, SomeOne devised a visual identity scheme in which a bespoke typeface with three cuts plays with the notion of concealment, privacy and cryptography. “The typeface is unusual as it consists of three cuts that can be connected,” says Emily James, Project Lead Designer at SomeOne. “Two ‘redacted’ cuts show only part of the letterform, but often enough to distinguish what character it is. The third cut is a complete letterform that can either be used to hint at the remaining stroke, or used in its entirety for total clarity.”