I really love the colors and style of this mood board! We’re working with hand lettered script and incorporating pops of gold, and I’m excited about what the final product will look like.
Right now I’m loving gold and white in design, fashion, and photos. This top left logo is lovely – it’s actually for a watch company, and I really like how they incorporated the nature of the business in the logo in such a very simple and beautiful way.
The last week or so has been pretty crazy! I went with my family on a very spur-of-the-moment camping trip, and had two or three days to get work-related things in order. We had a great time and I’ll share some photos from that later. But it does mean that this week will also be pretty crazy for me! I’ll be flying up to MN late this week for a friend’s wedding, and my to-do list is crammed full for the next couple days. It’s good though, and I’m so excited to go back up to see my friends!
I really love the project that I created this mood board for. My clients are very talented photographers who I am really enjoying working with. There’s nothing better than collaborating with other artists! We’re using the concept of soft and hard for this entire project – soft pinks with hard blacks, feminine lettering with masculine typefaces, smoky watercolors with sharp fonts. Right now the logo is in the works, and I love the direction we’re going with it! I’m looking forward to sharing this project when it’s finished, as well as some other projects that are currently in progress.
That top right image? Love. Simplicity is my favorite in pretty much everything, and this photo is no exception. So lovely.
I haven’t been able to keep up completely with my goal of creating a hand lettered image every day of the work week, but I have been able to do at least one graphic a week – and I really think all the practice is paying off. It’s fun to try out new lettering styles and create different pieces. I can see myself learning more and growing because of it, and it’s awesome! (If you want to keep up with my #adrawingaday series, you can follow me on Instagram – @hannahrosebeasley – where I post my designs, some of which are pictured below.)