© 2009 by Deborah Lynne J. Flores
A brand identity and a call for relief for the sunken Philippines due to the damages brought upon by tropical storm Ketsana/Ondoy. To be printed onto shirts, tote bags, and stickers, the brand hopes to gather resources in cash or kind to donate to my fellow countrymen. (this version, in black, white and red)
Another version in CMYK and the Philippine colors.
Coming to the aid of an excellent chef with a misguided branding system, I designed several identities for his self-named catering business. The designs are inspired by the visual language of kitchen, food, and silverware. A sample business card in a proposed series of three, for the catering business of a chef specializing in Asian cuisine. The double-sided print serves to showcase the best of his dishes on one side, and his information on the other.
© 2008 by Deborah Lynne J. Flores
Mystery House needed a fresher brand image appealing to its costume and lingerie patrons. The logo was completely overhauled from a broken sansserif logotype to an identity of regality and elegance. Photo credits: Xander Angeles
The catalogue cover design takes its visual cues from the concept of mystique. Floral patterns of different grade add royalty and femininity while the manipulation of light and shadow convey the interplay between the exposed and the unrevealed. Photo credits: Xander Angeles.
Paperwave is a modular paper organizing system made out of wooden chopsticks that fan out to accommodate the pieces of paper it holds. The energy and dynamism of the product inspire the name and the logo, similarly captured in the tri-poster campaign and corporate marketing kit.