Paganus has done all my covers (6 so far) and I'm always very pleased with the final result.
- Michael O'Neill
- Jeff Purnawan
Jeff is a very professional and cooperative designer that understand the clients need very well. I highly recommend working with him.
OUTSTANDING designer. First class service. A*****
I requested 6 cartoon creatures, almost like stick figures in their simplicity. Frederick's unique style and humour stood out immediately, as did his drawing talent. The characters are full of personality and everybody I've shown them to really likes them.
He was also responsive and creatively interpreted my feedback to hit the right notes in the final output. I look forward to working with him again in the future.
Great job! Very creative, and really got the intention behind the design brief.
How ejpinero started their social media page journey
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the social media page?
Color scheme: White background. I'd like the illustration in blacks and or grays. Similar to the color scheme used on casey neistat's youtube channel banner that I've attached below.
Content Style: Simplistic in nature. Illustration of a millennial aged male pulling a globe with a rope. Ideally, I'd like this to look animated/cartoon -esque, but not too childish. Will attach some additional examples below.
Font: Handwriting font. Can experiment with various types
Social media type
Youtube, Facebook, Twitter
I am looking for a white background. Id like an illustration of a 21 year old male (jeans, tshirt, backwards hat) holding one end of a rope. He has a determined look on his face. The other end of the rope is tied around a large globe (bigger than him) that he is pulling and dragging across the ground. Perhaps slight dragging marks fading into the distance to indicate that he has come a long way would be ideal too.
Somewhere on the banner, I'd like "Your World Within" to be present in a handwriting type font..perhaps similar to "AMATIC SC" font
What to avoid
Bright colors (reds, greens, blues, etc) should be avoided. also, please avoid too much detail. While there obviously needs to be some detail to convey the message through illustration, I am looking for a happy medium.