I have been hired on the beggining of June 2016 to create a vintage styled logo for a Slovakian restaurant because of it's 25th opening anniversary.
The company plans to print coffee mugs, pens, T-shirts, winebottles and corkscrews with the logo embeded on them.Visit their website
The 2nd semesters, final project was centered around the Refugee Camp in Oksbøl, Denmark which is going to be built in 2019. My final exam group and I have developed a application for andriod that guides the visitors around the premises.
I have worked on the logo design for this project the most, because I was aiming to capture the unique shape and style of the museum which stands out as a rusty metal landmark in that plain Tudor style built region.
After drinking my morning coffee, I have spilled the last few drops on my desk that were left in my grumpy cat mug and the outline of the stain reminded me of a deer. I grabbed my spoon and started draging the liquid to form a deer.
Later that day I was stuck offline on my laptop and decided to create a polygon styled deer in adobe Photoshop.
I was already studying multimedia design for 1 semester at the time I have created this poster and I noticed how I have improved in half a year by comparing this to my previous works. Dedication is key.
We have been taught about repetive patterns and color theory that day and I have been aching to try out color palette generating tools.
3D Doctor (3Doctor) was a logo that I created at Lillebaelt's Innoevent in 2016 for our project. In record time of 10 minutes from scratch. The application uses the Apple Watch to monitor the life signs of the user, and accordingly breaks the tough news.
This painting is the outcome of one of my busiest weeks yet, I have been constantly on the go and had to manage separate projects at once while not having more than 5 hours of sleep. To release tension from the constant deadlines I've decided to space out for a moment and create this.
In November of 2016 I have been requested to create a wine label for a family restaurant. They want to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the company by handing out/selling limited edition wine bottles until 2017.
I was requested to create a business card that was up to "standards" and inspired by the cafe. I have been visiting this establishment for several years because I loved the vintage style atmosphere.
the box was the main concept of that day, almost everything that could go wrong did. A simple error that murdered all of my mixins was caused by none less than a dot.
As I didnt realize this up until the following day and became frustrated by logic I resolved to creativity so I've spent my freetime Photoshoping a local skyscraper to merge with the margin of the original image.