Pukanská moruša is a regional speciality – a mulberry tree typical for Pukanec area. Tekov Tourist Board began organizing a festival of this speciality and they wanted to create a regional brand for it. I’ve designed their logo. The tree itself is know to split in two halves and touch the ground with it’s branches […]
Tekov Tourist Board supports tourism in the Tekov area (round the city of Levice). For this newly established organization I’ve designed a logo and set up their website too at www.regiontekov.info.
Štefan is my friend and is running a small coffee roastery using only speciality coffee. He needed a logo for packaging as well as his website. www.beanup.sk
The company is involved in working with written texts and translations. They had a clear view on how the logo should look like. In the future it’s open to modifications, which can be included in the flag.
Just finished a simple website for the first Coffee Festival in Slovakia, which is going to take place in Bratislava, Hotel Sheraton. Besides of the website, I’ve also designed the logo and I’m part of the organization team. www.coffeefest.sk
I have created a new logo for a coffee import company. They are importing coffee from Spain, that’s why the letters ES are divided from the rest of the word. Here is the final logo the client has chosen And these are first drafts
The Czechoslovak bartending blog needed their logo to be vectorized. The hardest part was to get the “oldstyle” shading right. For that I used handmade kind of halftone pattern plus line shading. See the original logo and its vectorized version. www.barkultur.sk
Logo design for café based in Trnava. The colors and rings stand for all different types of coffee – from brown crema on an espresso, through black to light brown on a latte. Rings are also of different sizes – as the coffee drinks are too.