[updated] Savoy Room 2.0 continues…

>>> posted on June 23 2017 <<<

EXTRA! EXTRA!
This July the 16th they’ll play at Big Rivers Festival in Dordrecht, the Netherlands.
So of course a new banner was needed to announce the big news:

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Keep an eye on their Facebook page, because there will be more news announced very soon….

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>>> posted on March 5 2017 <<<
Can’t believe I haven’t shared this yet on this blog.

My cousins jazz band Savoy Room is working on its second album for a little while now.
Because it has been a few years ago they made their first, they wanted a new identity, slightly more mature and more meaningful.

I developed a new logo style and some imagery for their communication and for their future album cover. But more about that later…

Until their new single is released they will use this profile picture and banner on their social media.

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sketchbook project continues

When there are some blank spaces in your planning you (sometimes) go back to things you once liked so much, but stopped doing because of other priorities. This happened to me last night…

I added a new page to my Project Sketchbook, which I started at the beginning of 2016.

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This once is still from 2016…

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This is the new one!

Intergalantic Worms – the series

Back from holiday! And time to share my last project with you:
Right before my holiday Uppercase Magazine called for submissions for it’s new Surface Pattern Design Guide Vol. 2 book! During the online course, by Lilla Rogers, I already created a pattern design for the cover of this book, as an assignment and contest in cooperation with Uppercase Magazine.

This design I used as my first in a series of repeat patterns to submit. The next five images I created in a very simplistic and analog way, as seen in Julia Rothmans Skillshare class. (Draw on a square paper in the middle to the edges, cut the paper in four, tape them together again in some kind of cross-way, so that the undrawn edges become the middle, and finish/fill up the rest of the paper and colour.)

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(Here you can see the galaxy from inside the worms, through the eyes and mouth.)

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