|Backyard wine packaging|
|posted on personal section on january 7th|
I have been contacted by Laurie Millotte to do an illustration for Backyard vineyards... The winery is located just outside of metro Vancouver, BC, Canada, hence the name and the illustration! Brandever always has amazing concepts behind their work, and I am so pleased to have participated to one of them...
Creative direction : Laurie Millotte ; Bernie Hadley-Beauregard
|www.fabienbarral.com | www.brandever.com|
|7 rules to understand design & designers|
|posted on personal section on december 14th|
I have this in mind for a long time... folowing the sucess of the designers posters, I want to do a sticker... but want to do something special, something design agency or designer can have in their studio to let clients read it...
|Now on sell on www.harmonie-interieure.com|
|Design from Paris exclusive limited edition stickers|
|posted on personal section on november 14th|
Design from Paris is a new design shop specialized in limited and exclusive items from France... They contact us and now sell 5 exclusive limited edition stickers... www.designfromparis.com
|Now on sell on www.designfromparis.com|
|Denis Pourcher portfolio brochure|
|posted on personal section on October 21th|
I met Denis Pourcher when he took photos for projects I work on... He liked my work, I liked his... He ask me to design a large brochure to present his work... We focus on recent shoot and I organize them as I want, putting the graphic design on background, here to highlight his work... just some elements...
|New Ornements limited edition sticker|
|posted on personal section on august 24th|
Some news in the Harmonie workshop : new stickers & new presentation of some of them...
|New splash page|
|posted on personal section on august 10th|
Just want to do an old paper stuff (again)... remove the usual logo to this big wood type GE...
|Anatolie poster - creative process|
|posted on personal section on august 6th|
I publish an article about the process behind the creation
of this poster :
|I also figure out that if you add frame/viewall at the end of your behance URL you have a nice presentation like this :|