Above shows some designs created for some of M4 Events & Promotions in 2014 and 2015. We’ve come a long way together since I designed their logo way back in 2008 – when they were still known as M4 Artist Management. Hetta Saunderson still manages many talented South African artists, but now also does event management and promotions from start to finish. They are still based in Malmesbury, but now manage various fantastic events throughout South Africa too.
Below shows a different format for a Facebook post created for Tiaan Laggenhegger of Kokkedoor, Koekedoor and Makietie fame. Then also an A2 poster design for him and in the middle one with Tiaan and Mynhardt Joubert, who won Kokkedoor 2013 and hosted Makietie on kykNET as Tiaan’s cooking partner. Mynhardt also has a brilliant new cafe in Paarl (called Jan Willem & Seuns se Hoekwinkel) which is well worth a visit and they can both be booked for cooking demonstrations and other occasions by contacting M4 Events. You can find them all on Facebook.
The Experience Namakwa Route Map was completed in December 2014 and is an A2 size, which folds down to a DL leaflet. It includes a map of the region and ten themed routes to follow in the beautiful Namakwa region as well as tips on camping and info about the flower season, etc.
The annual review for Goedgedacht Trust was completed in October 2014. Illustrations were created by Sue Beattie and I created the design from there. The brochure folds open to an A2 size.
The Swartland in Parys event was held at Stonehenge Conference Centre in the Free State in May 2014. The weekend event brought the food, wine, arts & crafts and all that is good in the Swartland – to Parys, and included live entertainment, cooking demonstrations and more. Above shows the logo I created as well as the Facebook cover image used on the Facebook page promoting the event.
Above shows three adverts placed in the Beeld newspaper over a period of weeks before the event. First a generic ad, then some more info and finally showing the program of events.
Above shows two A5 flyers, which were printed leading up to the event. The information was also posted on Facebook during the time leading up to the big weekend.
And lastly, a full page ad of the program of events (which was printed in a special outer cover of the local newspaper) and also an A3 poster, which was put up at the venue.
The Black Farmers Funding Application Workshop is an initiative of The Goedgedacht Trust near the Riebeek Valley in the Western Cape. I created a logo design in two colours as well as a DL flyer, which included a form to fill in to apply to be part of the workshop. I then also designed the Workshop Course Notes and a sticker to go onto a folder cover. The flyer and course notes were created in both English and Afrikaans.
I have had the privilege of designing labels, packaging and signage for Still Pure, based in the Riebeek Valley, since 2010. This year they are branching out and exporting some of their products to China and so it was time to update and refresh. These are only some of the essential oils, of which there are about 35 in the range. Quite something to do 35 different front, back and lid labels and then a box for each as well in both 10ml and 20ml sizes, but I’m glad to say that it was completed within the deadline and I’m so proud of the result!Above are some of the boxes. The full image used on the front label appears on the left side of each box and I think it works so well. Can’t wait to walk in to a Wellness Warehouse and see them displayed.Above are some of the cleansing bars and the new Shaving Oil label, which also has it’s own box (not shown). Still Pure not only does 100% pure essential oils and cold pressed oils, but also a full range of natural and botanical body products including bath salts, soap bars, skin, foot and lip balms, body butters and much more. Hopefully I’ll add more photos as more of the products get their new look or check them out at www.stillpure.co.za (although I must mention that I didn’t do their website – I have worked on most of the previous package designs as well).
This flyer was re-designed in 2013 for the Swartland Municipality and has just been re-printed with only slight changes.
This is the latest edition of the West Coast Decoded Brochure, which is still going strong after so many years. This year an extra route was added and the brochure expanded by one whole panel. The cover design has also been updated to fit with the sister publication of the West Coast Travel Mozaic brochure.
This re-design was completed in 2013. We went through five stages of changes before the design was finalised and client is very happy with the result.
These banners were designed in 2013. The two on the left were done for the Sondeza Afri-Youth Camp hosted by the Municipality each year in December. This event is aimed at youth and attended by both local and international young people with leadership workshops and training given over the week long period. I used the bright colours of the event logo as well as photographs of activities held at past events.
The right three are generic banners for showing the vision, mission and statement of the Swartland Municipality using the three colours of their logo and some beautiful scenic photographs of the area. I have also previously created new artwork for the Swartland Municipality logo.