Graphics, Portfolio, Typography

graphics // mama maria

Hello and Happy Monday. I’ve been working on so many amazing projects. I just wrapped up 5 menu designs and wanted to share the Mama Maria Brunch Menu with you.  A few weeks ago, I shared the Sol Mexican menu.  For this menu, I wanted more of a rustic modern feel and incorporate illustration into the design. The logo was provided so I didn’t want the other elements of the design to compete and take away from the logo.  These menus have been so fun to design.  I love playing with typography and mixing it up with the illustrations. I provided two background options to the client. You can decided which one you like best. Here is a glimpse…

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Color, Fashion, Pantone

Pantone Fashion forecast 2017

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Just as we are in midst of Black on Black monochromatic hues of winter fashion we see vibrant in our near future. Pantone released the top 10 colors for Spring 2017.  The colors are reminiscent of the hues of nature with a sense of earthiness to bright and vivid hues that exude bold emotion and feeling.  In conjunction with New York Fashion week, the color experts at Pantone featured these top 10 colors you will see this Spring. Here is a glimpse…

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And this is what we saw on the runway…

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Graphics, Portfolio, Typography

graphics // sol mexican

Happy Friday! Lately I’ve added a new type of Graphic Design to my portfolio. I partnered with a new company headquartered in Boston and they specialize in menu design for restaurant re-branding.  I worked with them to design a series of various menu types.  One of them was for a Mexican restaurant – Sol Mexican.  The inspiration came from Cantina type graphics and  the idea was to keep the color palette minimal but to really play with Typography and allow for the design of the text to pop and me the star of the show. I loved working on this project. The menu format was a traditional 8 1/2 x 11 flip menu book. I didn’t design the logo so I’m not showing the cover. Here is a glimpse of the Sol Mexican menu…

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Fashion, Graphics, Invitations, Typography, Wedding

graphics // fashion STD

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I have been busy with wedding graphics lately. I have another Save the Date for you, but this one combines my two favorites – Fashion + Graphics. {Kaven} found me through my freelance work and had a vision to create a Save the Date invitation with a high fashion edge.  Him and his fiance took several photography looks with a high fashion vibe and the idea was to use these images as a series for their wedding suite. Loved working on this project. They really made my job easy with their amazing photo. Here is a glimpse of the first round of options + the monogram options…

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the end result…

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Graphics, Infographic, Invitations, Portfolio, Typography, Wedding

graphics // infographic

Save the Date Infographic

Hello.  I’ve been working on some amazing projects and have been incredibly busy the last few months. I wanted to take time to share one of the projects I have been working on. I partnered with a couple {Lisa + Jonathan}. They came to me with an idea to create a unique Save the Date. The idea was to create an infographic and make it unique and very special to them.  Everything element of the design was collaborated together – fonts, stats, diagrams – all of it. I loved working on this project. It’s very unique and I wanted to share with you. Here is a glimpse…

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Fashion

First Lady Fashions

With it being election day today, I wanted to highlight some of the most fashionable first ladies to walk through the White House. These women were fashion icons with their  grace and confidence through fashion forward outfits.  In our near future will their be a First Gentleman? We shall see. #IMWITHHER. Here is a glimpse of history’s most fashionable first ladies…

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy

Betty Ford

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Lady Bird Johnson

Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson Wearing Inaugural Gown

Nancy Reagan

First Lady Nancy Reagan

Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama

VOTE.

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