Urban Tile Company Stickers

Freelance job for Urban Tile Company to design transparent stickers for boards with which they display tiles in their show room. This job is for 50 stickers in three different colours totalling 150 stickers. I also print brokered the job, learning more about sticker printing. I got the brief through email and went in to meet them when some of the details didn’t work out. Below is the pen to paper sketching alongside the rough done in accordance to the brief:

Urban Tile Company sticker design pen and paper with rough design based off design brief

Pen and paper alongside the rough

Once the size of the sticker and the typeface and its treatment was selected I could go ahead and design the artwork and get quotes for printing. The actual artwork took half an hour to do. Below are the three stickers:

UTC - Sticker Artwork by Kassandra

Sticker artwork for all three colours


With the artwork approved and the print quote accepted the artwork was sent off for printing in the format the printer preferred. (PDF with all three stickers on one page with trim marks for each sticker) I strongly suggested to the client that the stickers be individually cut by the printer for ease of use and to save their time. Below are the three bundles I delivered to my client:

Urban Tile Company bundles of stickers printed and trimmed

Bundles of stickers printed and trimmed

When I was delivering the product I asked the client if I could come back in two weeks to photograph the stickers in situ. I was granted permission to do not only this but to put this job on my website. Below are the stickers on the display board in Urban Tile Company’s show room:

Urban Tile Company sticker design in situ in their showroom

Stickers on display boards in Urban Tile Company's showroom

This was a great job to do and I was very happy to have such a happy client.

my first handwritten typeface

June 8 2008

This is the screenshot of the ttf file I created through font creator using also my scanner and photoshop.



Below should be a “Making a Typeface” which is a pdf documenting the process in making the typeface.

warehouse conversion

23 June 2009

I have been designing houses these last few years. This is the first one I have digitally drawn the floorplan for. Having done technical drawing at school for four years and now being able to vector illustrate has meant I can combine these skills. These houses are all 3D walk through versions on my laptop where I have been patient and screenshot/”taking photos” as I have walked through. Showing floorplans isn’t helpful to some people and loading the program and shuffling files (5 available slots) is tedious. I shall post some “photos”/digital renders of some of these rooms.

FLOORPLAN Warehouse Conversion ground floor
FLOORPLAN Warehouse Conversion ground floor
FLOORPLAN Warehouse Conversion - top floor

FLOORPLAN Warehouse Conversion - top floor

 This particular home would cater for all my artistic needs having large art, design and photography studios downstairs. The house is created from an imaginary warehouse – I would indeed like to convert a warehouse in much this way. The large open space/void is open to the typical warehouse skylight and is a standout feature in this house. This space can be useful as an art space, a party venue, live music venue or to park the car. There is a master suite which would be occupied by myself and then the guest quarters contains a foyer with bay window, over night room with four single beds, a long term stay room, a shower and separate water closet. Each upstairs room will have one way glass to be able to view to open space area. The following is a “photo” montage of various parts of the house:

digital renders of warehouse conversion

digital renders of warehouse conversion