Quick one to setup workflows and pipeline for VR projects…
The tax agent office “Steuerberater-Untermain” needed a couple portraits of their team to showcase on their new webpage. A quick trip to the office with a couple builder spotlights was the most convenient and budget friendly option for the client. No studio portraits but decent results for what we had. Great experience and good fun shooting.
A local politician needed a micro site fro the coming elections. Not having on much else, I took an existing CI and incorporated it into a webpresentation … quick n easy
An old friend was in desperate need to brand his new Tattoo Shop shortly before opening the doors officially. He had a name and basic idea of looks for his business card so this was mainly pixelpushing and filling a facebook template I was given. Always glad to help out a mate!
Commercial for brand developing company Vanilla Horizon. Focus of this tvc lies on the companies ability to improve clients’ business performances throughout branding. Logo and company name were integral in the following story development:
Andy needed a fitting pic for his new record also to be used for his social media presence … had a hard time getting him to the beach that early in the morning … the grumpy looks suits him well though
Making her way into running her own business as masseuse, Kobie was in need of a Logo, Business cards and so forth. She came to me with an idea for a logo that I then cleaned up, optimized and integrated into a CI. Knowing and appreciating her skills made it easy to come up with something representative. You should give her a call and get yourself a treat. She mostly operates in Bondi, Sydney.
Being happy with my other design a couple months earlier, Toyota came back for more when they needed another template for their launch of the brand new Land Cruiser 200. Again focus was set on a simple yet efficient design template to present a lot of data rather than the actual car design itsself.
For this years Franchize Awards we decided to go with a nature theme, with the panels for the projection areas spinning and leaving water movement behind. Fun gig.
Toyota NZ summoned all of their national car dealers to their annual awards event and needed a presentation template for that. I ended up designing a New Zealand themed template that would not overwhelm the main focus – the content. Above only represents the empty template for obvious reasons. A job done in a couple hours including all meetings.
As Hannibal says, I like it when a plan comes together …
Looking forward to start working in Auckland just in time for the snowboarding season to kick off, I decided to spend a couple hours to design and create a board mockup I would get custom made. Thematically the horns of the skull resembles the Auckland Sky Tower. The design recently drew some attention to a German snowboard company and you might see it on the slopes soon ridden by more than just me.
SAE / Middlesex needed a represntative guest invite for the final presentations of the year’s bachelor projects … they came to me asking if I could help. Not my best work, but I guess ok whilst trying to finalize my own final research and paper …
Shane lives, loves and breathes in Bondi. He is one of the most positive and fun to be around guys I know, also he is a plumber with his own company called rubber duck plumbing and was in need of an appropriately themed CMS … go check him out if ya need help – he’ll make ur day!!
Daniel Völker Photography wanted a web presentation to showcase his work. The brief was to have his work sit in a subtle 3 dimensional space where that didn’t overpower teh main content – his work. Also possibly disabling viewers to download his art without prior consense was a priority. The solution was a flash based template with mouse as well as keboard navigation. A glass frame with a lense reflection was to hover in a darkroom (referencing photography) that would spin to reveal each new art work. To emphasize on the actual artwork said space was to be minimal in color to contrast the colorfull atwork. Press play above for a preview.