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Eat So they Can: Resources for free

November 12, 2010 Leave a comment

Eat So They Can is not over! It’s still time to be part of this global event. You have until the end of 2010 to register as an host, organize your diner, and maybe win a trip to Africa in connection with the distribution trip: distribution of the funds raised thanks to you. There are now nearly 1200 events in 94 countries.

For our part, we hosted our own lunch on Sunday, October 18: a BBQ despite the rain! And we collected $ 243.26 U.S. during this party.

From a development standpoint, there is still much work to do for improving the website… we’ve got plenty of new feature ideas for 2011! But for now, I suggest you take a look at these free online resources, my last artwork for Eat So They Can this year.

Resources are a full range of graphics products downloadable for free by the hosts that contain a considerable amount of information on the causes and our actions in various countries in need. Most of them are equally accessible to all users. In this library, there is a generic and a customizable poster, a flyer and an invitation to your party, a business card, a place mat, a sticker, all the DVD sections (the videos are also available on YouTube), a selection of recipes from the world, and the key facts (one poster per cause with details).

Here is a small graphic overview of these various documents that I advise you to consult for more information about the different causes championed by Eat So They Can and how to find a recipe that comes out of the ordinary:

Eat So They Can 2010 DVD
DVD’s jacket

Business Card Eat So They Can
Business card

Emergency Relief
Key fact: Emergency relief

Sticker Eat So They Can
Sicker

Eat So They Can Flyer
Flyer

Blue and Orange

August 25, 2010 Leave a comment

My latest achievement is blue and orange as in “The Earth is blue like an orange”.

These are two complementary colors, which means a very strong and vibrant association. This association is more often used in illustrations for children or to highlight an icon, a button on a website. In short, the result is an illustration that leaves no one indifferent and catches the eye 🙂

The purpose of these registration banners created for Global Volunteer Network is to attract the attention of visitors, the use of these two colors corresponds to our needs. A plane and the clouds for the blue and an idea of travel (volunteering to another country), an orange stripe for contrast:

Volunteer Application form
Volunteer Application form

A slightly different version with less blue and more green for the “Be the Change”. Indeed, this one is a training program for those wishing to grow their own organization, to change the world as depict by the tree:

Be the change - Application form
Be the change – Application form

Be the change - Application form
Be the change – Application form

You can also see the results online on Global Volunteer Network and GVN Foundation

Eat So They Can Website

June 13, 2010 3 comments

Wow, time has passed quickly. More than a month with no new posts yet I have been busy lately. Among others, I worked on the graphics of the Eat So They Can website on behalf of GVN Foundation.

Eat So They Can is an international event fundraiser organized by GVN Foundation. Each participant, or host, is organizing a meal for the day against global hunger on October 16 and performs fund raising until the date of the meal.

With my colleague we made several graphics for the dressing of the site, here is a small selection:

Eat So They Can
Version rĂ©alisĂ©e par mon collègue – 2010

Eat So They Can
First colored version to illustrate the party – 2010

Eat So They Can
A pastel version – 2010

Eat So They Can
Version of my colleague – 2010

Eat So They Can
Version of my colleague – 2010

And here is the final version:

Eat So They Can
Eat So They Can, the last version – 2010

As you can see, I’ve subscribed as an host: Julie’s event and will organise a party at home for this great cause: Women’s empowerment the 16 October 2010. So if you want to support this cause too, participate to my fund raising now!
Thank you!

Voir la version francaise