Watercolor techniques are a timeless classic—but in recent years, they’ve also become one of the hottest trends in the graphic design world for everything from illustrations to logo design to typography.
The name Juice Bar is an amalgamation of the mainstream brand that both therapists and their potential clients are used to, and also the term ‘back bar’ products that is a term that salon professionals use to describe the exclusive products that they use for treatments that are not available to the general public. Vibrant, Contemporary, Vivid, Experimental, Credible, Professional
Client: James Jackson Leach Year: 2018 — Minimalistic cover art for a collection of motivational haikus geared toward entrepreneurs. Large watercolor swatches wrap from front to back, balancing out the unexpected typography arrangement.
White wine flavor profile with watercolor illustrations
When describing wine, winemakers pick out ‘characters’ like a perfume note, a food reference (ie fruit, herbs, savoury) to convey to people how that wine will actually taste. These characters are not actually in the wine, but merely help paint a picture of what the wine is like. For example, for one wine the descriptors might be: "citrus peel, lemon meringue pie, white flowers".
This is a collection of some soft and feminine watercolor fashion illustrations that I did for www.ponypuffin.com - a German company producing lovely scarfs and other hair accessories. The goal was to depict a lady wearing different hair buns and ribbons.