Life as a graphic designer is a constant battle against mediocrity and ugliness. It’s also a constant struggle against ignorance and people’s inability to visualize/imagine things that they’ve never seen before. Not to mention the business side of things, money talks while excellence takes a backseat—the proverbial designing at gunpoint situation. This was the exact situation that I had to beat in order to create this particular print ad for Mitsubishi Montero Sport.
Clients are creatures of habit. The funny thing with creatures of habit is that if you present them with something different (as is always the case when you do creative work) they’re apprehensive to accept it or they downright reject it. As is the case with one of the best calendars I designed for Rhum Barbancourt.
Bombard's Body Language YouTube channel was terminated. For what reason? Wrong think. I'm highly concerned, when will the witch hunt stop? When will the inquisition stop? Who's next? Maybe it's you!
Don't agree, should she be banned? You be the judge of her content: here's her website.
Belrad Laundry detergent packaging design and logo design was one of those nice graphic design projects that I worked on, not because I like detergents, but mostly because the client was agreeable and willing to compromise. The client listened to my design advice and gave me creative freedom. Of course, within limits of his requirements. When client and graphic designers compromise, designs come out nice and everybody is happy.
P’tite Saveur logo and packaging design is one of those weird jobs that I got in my career as a graphic designer at a design firm. The client wanted a Middle-Age design that looks modern. He was adamant in using gothic-looking fonts and velum on the design. One problem... the Middle-Ages isn't exactly modern... I took the challenge.