To please one of my kiwi friend, my last design in the Toon Shop is a small Kiwi. It’s just the vector graphic version of the drawing done last year.
The title “Sweet As” is an expression from New Zealand which means: cool, ok, fine, all good!
The first version was a bit more rough.
In the mean time, I’ve changed the little legs and added some colours. The second version is in vector but the imported version in the store is in PNG. Indeed the colors number limit accepted by the system is 3 compared to 5 colors used for the drawing: black, white, dark gray, beige, light beige. But this is not the only reason! To import a vector graphic in the store, there are endless rules to follow, as the size of each shape or the distance between each shape. These rules were too complicated to follow with a subject so shaggy 🙂
In the Tshirt Shop, I created 30 new products with this design and discovered how to create categories:
- Kiwis > I will probably continue to insert some new designs and products
- The snail who didn’t like water > I’ve got a coloured version in reserve. Hope to upload this one soon 🙂
- Angel or Devil > My first vector design!
- Organic > All the organic Tee shirts whatever is the design because even a small gesture counts a lot to us all
Hope this will help you to find the product you like.
To create the logo for Eat So They Can, we spent a lot of time and energy at the beginning of the year. The new logo is quite similar to the old one, but has some new concept. For instance, last year, the fundraising was only given to African communities. This year, the funds will be distributed in Africa, Asia, and America.
Here are some ideas we tried before selecting THE Eat So They Can logo 🙂
One of the first Idea was to use a bunny bag or a bowl to depict the food by using a generic object: the bags which are used to transport food and the bowl which is the most common container.
The following logo has not been chosen due to the too significant opposition between the white woman eating on the left and the black girl on the right. This might have caused issues.
A batch of logos were based on the square which is easier to integrate in various design like posters, websites or business cards.
These logos are quite similar to the final one: colors and orientation of the text.
If you want to see the final logo, have a look at Eat So They Can.