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rebranding

rebranding

Materials used:

  • 110 lb cover – bright white card stock
  • dvd- and dvd labels to print on
  • x-acto knife
  • dvd
  • 100 lb text paper for resume

I was asked to help my boyfriend to rebrand his cards, resume and site. I have way too many things on my plate at the moment including 3 freelance projects, a huge web project for work and trying (and failing) to update on Shattered-Tranquility.

So he only stated he wanted something clean and simple. In one day I made something playful yet simple. Card and resume design relied on simple san serif font with a cool baby blue to highlight, the print outs came out really well. Sexy chick on the dvd is a drawing Jody did



The site is only a temporary layout since we needed something up and fast.

And of course with any self brand, after awhile you should try to rebrand or change the style so you can keep things up to date. I am working on a logo design for a local DJ so next time I post it will be that branding process.

This post was written by:

mijaMIJA VERA - (view all posts by Mija)
Mija has been a designer for the last ten years. She is a paper obsessed fiend and loves working on new projects while listening to her daughter and cat chatter around the house. You can email her at mija@mind-speaks.com

CD packaging

CD packaging

Sorry, I haven’t made an official debut on here. Since I am going to start cleaning up my place to make room for a sister, I’m starting to find old freelance.

Last summer I made these book like cd covers that kinda pop and slide the cd out. Here is a sample of my demo.

I printed on silver metallic paper and doing scores and folds caused it to lose its shiny texture :/ Any ideas? Maybe I should coat it with something. But you get the idea of the style, I hope. Sorry for the fuck ><;

Materials used:

  • 18×12 bright white card stock 120lb paper weight
  • cd- and cd labels to print on
  • x-acto knife
  • cutting mat
  • ruler
  • embossing tool
  • a weird mind to come up with random song titles

This post was written by:

mijaMIJA VERA - (view all posts by Mija)
Mija has been a designer for the last ten years. She is a paper obsessed fiend and loves working on new projects while listening to her daughter and cat chatter around the house. You can email her at mija@mind-speaks.com