Wine consultant Dominique Veraert wanted a wine related give away she can hand out to all the visitors of the Explo fair she will be attending at the end of April. At the end of a fair day, visitors often end up with a plastic bag filled with dozens of flyers, so we wanted to do something else. We sat down together for a little brainstorm and came up with the idea of branding little transparant bags with different aromas and spices you also find in wine: black pepper, cinnamon, star anise etcetera.
I decided to machine stitch the bags myself … all 300! This is the result of one afternoon of filling and stitching. Still have another 150 to go …
For Philippe and Frederik, this was their first big spring tasting as new shop owners. During the ‘openflesdagen’ (open bottle days) returning and new customers get to taste over a hundred open bottles of sparkling, white, rosé and red wines. This year’s invitation had all the information grouped on a wine label. Cheers!
Vintage afficcionada Kate De Ridder wanted to start her own shop on etsy, the online market place for vintage and hand made items. Part of the job for me was to come up with a catchy alias for Kate’s etsy shop. Kate came up herself with the name Indru, an assembly of the words ‘industrial’ and ‘rural’ from the tagline ‘rural & industrial home decoration’.
Kate asked me to create the logo of her brandnew shop and it turned out to be a very feminine and poetic branding in a soft vintage colour palet.
Carl and Loes were both born in 1944. They love a good party so their upcoming 70th birthday was ofcourse a great oportunity to invite their closest friends and family to join them for a wonderful evening filled with love, friendship and memories of the old days.
Let’s hear it for Carl & Loes!
As from today, wine consultant Do-taste now has its own website you can visit when in need for a wine professional. Dominique is a certified Wine Wise and WSET trainer who will get your oenologic knowledge up to speed in no time!
Cario is a caregiving service, especially active in the region of Brussels. It’s a one stop shop for physically or mentally disabled people and seniors who could use a helping hand in their day to day lives. The antropomorphic logo refers to the importance of people in this line of work. The focus lies on the central figure who represents the client. The figures next to him are the Cario caregivers on whom he can rely.