Jaworka understands a brief and from the start implements all the right elements. She takes direction very well and is friendly and professional. The final artwork is clearly layered and named and easy to use. I recommend her work very highly to anyone considering her services.
Great work, very creative. Understood my thoughts and Ideas and gave me great designs. Will work with him again. Thanks.
Designer did a great job thanks. Well worth it.
Excellent work. Great communication. Stood out from the competition. Will continue working with. Thank you Sam G
How merie started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
Tutus and Toads
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell (for now) all things for baby and toddler girls. We might in future start selling boys items also. Our target market is mainly mums of girls. We'll be selling on Facebook and also through a website down the track.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
BACKGROUND: Little girls are often imagining themselves to be a fairy princess, except, more often than not they're running around barefoot in jeans with a tutu over that, dirty and playing. This store does not just cater for the princesses but for the 'real' girls who also like dinosaurs and cars. Hence the name Tutus and Toads.
THE ILLUSTRATION: I'm hoping to get two very cute looking toddlers in a green garden (warm, fussy feeling) setting. The girl in denim jeans and gumboots (or barefoot) with a glittery tutu on over the denim. She's happily playing with a frog in a garden or a very lush green and flowery back yard with friendly blue skies. I'd like to see her with one or two pigtails (hair colour open to interpretation) maybe with a dirty smudge on the cheek and/or clothes. I would not like to see the girl kissing the frog in a typical frog-to-prince style but rather the frog is a pet. I'm hoping down the track to include boy items as well so would like to add a toddler boy also, maybe hanging upside down from a branch (just an idea) not necessarily engaging with the girl or if so, in such a manner that I'm able to remove him for now and add him later when the business grows in that direction. The boy's look is open to interpretation. The only request is probably that he looks happy.
I'm in the process of designing the logo so I can't attach that just yet. I'll attach the style of Illustration that I have in mind. However, I might just see a different style and really like it so don't be stuck on my images if they're not your style. I should probably add that the design will firstly be needed for a facebook profile banner so should be landscape and roughly those dimensions.
I am a graphic designer with access to CS6 and would prefer vector illustration if possible.