A couple Christmases ago, my brother was moving to Boston, and my sister in law was trying to share more of her artwork online. Both were fine art majors, and both taking huge steps for their careers. As a gift to them, I wanted to create business cards inspired by their artwork.
For their privacy, I'm excluding phone numbers. Enjoy!
Danny wants to revamp his office (which is also his YouTube background). He wants something that looks nice, but that doesn’t contradict his goofy personality. Nothing too studio-like.
For the design, I’m envisioning something clean and bright, similar to his current set-up, but with some more texture and cohesive colors. The biophilia effect is one of my favorite things to consider (using plants to create a happier psych), so I’m thinking he should add some plants!
I hope you love this design concept, Danny!
Joanna wanted a remodeled room. We didn't initially know what aesthetic to go for, so we first needed to establish her goals. Did she want an environment that would make her feel relaxed after a long day of work? Did we want to create a space that would invoke a more fresh and inspired feeling? Or did we want to make her room vibrant and energizing? To narrow down her goals, I created three mood boards and gave briefs on what each aesthetic meant.
After the mood boards, we created a plan of action, in the form of a style manual. This interior style guide would give Joanna more cost effective and attainable ways to put her room transformation into affect. This is also the smartest way we could think to collaborate on this, since this project actually took place in the beginning of lockdown.
Initial Mood Boards
(I do not own any of the photos within the mood boards)