I just finalized this bright and professional business card for Agnieszka Majszczyk, a young entrepreneur based in Lausanne, who is specialized in financial education. She organizes programs and workshops for companies, but also for couples, singles, parents, teenagers and children. Being money-wise is crucial at all ages and the sooner you learn to handle your finances well, the better it is. This is what Agnieszka says about me: Working with Hanna is such a great pleasure.
I just finished putting up new, elegant signage for a local beauty studio. I created the entire entire brand in May 2014 and this is the second shop I am decorating inside and outside for them. The brand identity is created around the idea of the feeling of freshness, lightness and wellness you have after visiting the shop and enjoying their services that range from facials to manicures, pedicures and massages. Thus the green colors - green symbolizes freshness and wellness -
This month we are talking about global inclusion. The tendency in the Western world is towards racist, xenophobic and fascist attitudes and nationalist ideology is ruling over unity and globalization. You can read about Brexit and other related topics in our January issue of The People We Are. Enjoy! #thePeopleWeAre #editorialdesign
We humans are weird at times. We tend to take things for granted and not appreciate them while they last. You don't know what you have until you lose it. This is the sad truth about many things; health, jobs, people around us. In order to live better and with fewer regrets we should rejoice every day about all the wonderful things that we have. Another trait we have is we tend to dwell in sadness when something exciting ends, a trip, a course, holidays or a wonderful, special
When I was young and lived in Finland, January was a month of ice-skating. Pretty much every year Santa Claus brought me new skates (as the ones from the year before would not fit anymore and I was the eldest of the family - my skates were then passed on to my sister whose skates were passed to my youngest sister). And starting on December 25th we would be skating every day, snow or shine. Those days we ALWAYS had snow for Christmas and obviously ice rinks as well. On Fridays