AMH is the studio of independent Trinidadian architect, Abel Martin Hagenbrok who, working with a team of professionals, trade and closely with clients, creates "beautiful, innovative, and unconventional architectural spaces."
The studio's new brand identity, developed by Pixels On Paper Ltd and which included a logotype, blind embossed business cards, letterheads, delivers a familiar but appropriate resolution of architectural cues.
The monogram makes the most of the geometric qualities of Abel's initials by rendering them as uppercase letterforms with stencil cut detail and utilizing these in print as an oversized element to convey a simple, confident and structural integrity that could easily be perceived as beams and braces or reflective of space and layout.
Calendar & Photography
An opportunity to introduce my photography through a 2015 Calendar.
The Client's brief: A modern/technological call card showcasing Physics and Maths in the form of numbers.
CJ ACHEE CO. LTD
A Networking company requesting Logo and Call Card. Simple and dynamic.
A command for simplicity and sophistication are the two elements constructed for this company's logo and call card.
To redesign Call Cards for a Government office.
Good Life Shoppers Ltd
Good Life Shoppers Ltd requested a card design containing details of products sold. With an already existing logo, a layout design was implemented.
Tri-Ind Enterprises Ltd
A small steel company, Tri-Ind Enterprises Ltd brief, to design a logo and call card for the company. The Director requested a very simple two coloured logo design. The logo itself, replicates steel bars, with the client's request for having the initials of the company incorporated between the initials of the logo.
Pixels On Paper Ltd
Design logo/call cards for Pixels On Paper Ltd indicative of Pixels.
RJ's General Transport
Call cards displaying photographs advertising key locations of the type of transportation level the client pursues, as per the brief.
Child Abuse Posters
These posters were part of a School Project. The project consisted of realism and using the five senses of taste, smell, touch, speak and sight.
Realism is an approach to art in which subjects are depicted in as straightforward a manner as possible.
According to my research, children are abused in different ways. It soon became apparent that applying the five senses to the project would expose the reality of the situation.
The artwork on the poster consisted of photo manipulation, digital painting and props to give a three dimensional effect.
As a graphic design student, we had the opportunity to exhibit our art work. I chose my posters to display. This exhibition was open to the public as well as the media. My posters were literally the attraction as it promoted such a sensitive and taboo outlook. People were intrigued by the artwork and the information that came with it.
Cornchy Corn Flakes
Cornchy Corn Flakes is a concept designed by Natasha Rador-Nabbie. The Cornchy Corn Flakes brand name became relevant that corn flakes are made from corn and its crunchy. By combining the words Corn and Crunchy = Cornchy.
The beautifully designed box, highlights a healthy bowl of cereal and fruits. A bright sunburst graces the background of yellow morning brightness.
Every Cereal must have a character, thus, Cornchy character is a Corn.
Cornchy Corn Flakes also highlights infographics of heart healthy, fitness and calories to ensure customers are informed accordingly. Cornchy Corn Flakes is for all ages.
Cornchy Corn Flakes offers free superhero posters inside every box! Great prizes are offered towards the purchase of Cornchy Corn Flakes.
The side of the box also includes all nutrition facts for your health.
Agenda! is a news magazine concept. The special Olympic Edition of Rio 2016 features Michael Phelps on the Front Cover. He is serving his last Olympic Gold Rush in 2016.
The magazine includes feature spreads such as Health & Science, Economy, Lifestyle and Culture.
Agenda! Masthead carries a tall and elegant typeface. The exclamation mark is a purposeful addition for symbolizing the importance of getting the news to you so that you are "knowing what's going on".
Flair is a stylish and original perfume designed to define the woman in you. The Scent of the ingenue: Dewy, fresh-picked blossoms, worn to perfection.
The Flair brand, designed by Natasha Rador-Nabbie, displays a simple yet powerful appearance also as in the typeface to uniquely blend together to showcase the perfume identity.
A Christmas Invitation designed for a prestigious Law Firm. The Firm requested in the brief the use of red and gold.
OYI is a conceptual Iced Tea product designed by Natasha Rador-Nabbie.
The name OYI was first discovered in Google Translate as a means of finding a name for this product. There was a newly installed language called Igbo, a language spoken by a Tribe between Nigeria and The People's Republic of Congo.
OYI means COLD in Igbo and it also translates to companion and friendship. The typeface was design by using veins in each letter so it could transcend into the product imagery as in a tea leaf.
OYI Iced Tea comes in three flavours: watermelon, lemon and mint. Its quite a refreshing look for any label that would appeal to the customer to purchase OYI.
Petals Organics is a body cream lotion that comes in three distinctive scents : Vanilla, Rose and Coconut.
The beautifully designed label gives an attractive appeal to the fragrant scents.
Each distinctive scent draws on the colour of the label while enhancing the graphic work.
Sweet Dreams Ice Cream
Sweet Dreams Ice Cream is a low fat Ice Cream.
Every creation from our fountain is prepared using GENEROUS portions of the Sweet Dreams Ice Cream's very own Strawberry, Cherry and Chocolate flavours, handcrafted right here with fresh, quality ingredients.
The customer requested a simple label that would represent the product. The font used was Candice.
T Shirt Designs
"Did You Hug Your Child Today?" was designed for personal use. The idea came up when my friend and I were at a cancer awareness event. While getting to know some of the participants, one of the mum said she is in remission, life is precious and she will make sure to let her children know how much she love them and would not go a day with hugging them. Then she turned to me and asked: Did You Hug Your Child Today? This gave me an idea for a T Shirt Design.
After many attempts playing around in Illustrator with the sentence, the word hug began to take formation as in the T Shirt.
12 Rights of Children Calendar
This Calendar was created as part of the Child Abuse Poster campaign.
The Calendar is Twelve (12) Rights of Children.
Vine Estate is a wine company concept designed by Natasha Rador-Nabbie. The logo is made simple by using elegant lines and swirls to form a wine glass. The circular shape inside the glass represents bursting grapes together with an accent grape leaf.
The font Adobe Caslon Pro is a distinctive font and represents the feel of this authentic wine logo.
The name Vine Estate is self-explanatory as all the elements compliments each other including the typeface.
This assignment was part of a school project to rebrand the WildWood company. WildWood is an outdoor sporting equipment store.
WildWood sells products such as bicycles, camping equipment, apparels, tents, mountain climbing gears, just to name a few.
The concept of the logo is to present a simple yet esteemed Corporate Identity for WildWood.
The Wolf is known for his intelligence and strong leadership and strong sense of family values, perseverance, intuition, strength and success. Thus the logo is synonymous between the Wolf and WildWood product range. It also gives additional emphasis to the outdoor appearance with its many products interlinking a rugged effect.
The logo also symbolizes a commitment to bring family and friends together to enjoy the great outdoor activities safely.