He's a great designer who came up with a fantastic design. He was responsive and keen to complete a high-quality job. I'd highly recommend him.
DJ4U was very flexible and communicative with ALL of our feedback - they even worked quickly and efficiently to provide us all updates within a timely manner :)
Frederix is a talented designer and a pleasure to work with.
Fantastic designer. Was able to take conceptual drawings and turn them into something great. Highly recommend.
She did a wonderful job on the design. We are very happy with the outcome! She was also very responsive with changes and edits. We highly recommend working with repple.
How MilanCZ started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Andělský means Angel and pivovar means brewery. It is called Angel brewery, because it is located in a part of the city (Prague) that is called Angel.
We are going to be a brewery and a pub/restaurant
brewing beer is a big tradition in Czech republic (that is where we are from and where we are located). Many other breweries have a traditional old school logos. But we are not a traditional brewery, we are a brand new, modern. We don't want to fake any old pedigree, we are new, we are modern.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I want do design an illustration of a brewing process into our modern design (almost like a blueprint)
For this first part, you don't have to design the whole process. Just pick one part to show your style idea. We can finish the rest when I choose you. Now I am interested in the style.
I have a drawing in Czech language, that is very closeto what I want (ONLY content wise ), but I need it to be redesigned into a modern (almost a blueprint) style. I want to use it as a big sticker (5m wide, 3m tall) on the wall. I want it to be only black&white.
Some details of the brewing process are different, but we can update that.
I like in this illustration all the small details (like pressure gauges, temperatures.
I don't like the pig and the drunk customer at the end. We can skip the pig and instead of a drunk customer, just a pic of beer tap.
We mainly need to design the main parts of the process, the connections between them (arrows) and the layout I can change myself later. So stand alone process steps are enough as well.
I've uploaded photos of our brewery and tanks (still under construction) so you have idea how they really look. The more the shapes look like our equipment, the better.
We are a young modern brewery, we like simple design. All our equipment is stainless steel.