2016 is new born, just a couple of minutes old and yeah here is the first big deal.
Helz-Design is not shooting rockets into the sky, but has created some really lovely chances for you. Continue reading “Happy 2016 – New Year Discount”
… is a troublesome business. I am still looking for silver bullet in marketing. What is really effective for graphic designers? Tips are more than welcome!
Today I made a walk … no not in the park … in the small streets of my neighborhood.
I found a little wired basket in a corner of my house. Nice to stuff my flyers, postcards and bookmarks in it and hang it on the bike. Continue reading “Handing out Flyers …”
Today I am dealing with the German term “Akzidenz” which originates in the Latin term accidentia = accident.
The English term is “Job Printing”.
Hopefully it really means the same.
What I am talking about is the jobs on occasion just like business cards, letterheads, flyers but also advertisement, sympathy cards or birthday cards. Continue reading “Job Printing”
February 2010 – a friend introduced me to a future restaurant proprietor.
He was going to open an all Berlin Pub and had found a very prominent place in the Berlin district of Charlottenburg.
Just some blocks away from the famous Charlottenburg Castle was the house, where the famous Berlin painter Heinrich Zille used to live. This was supposed to be the base of the future cafe and pub.
He even had found a name, according to Zille. Zille was called “Pinselheinrich” by the Berlin citizens, in a very affectionate way. It was a mixture of his christian name Heinrich = Henry and Pinsel = brush – literally translated: BrushHenry or Henry with the Brush.
And this should become the name of the pub.
The customer just wanted black and the font “ravie” for his logo.
To develop a logo is kind of a process. First idea is scribbled in the scratch pad, which is in my case: my computer.
I am going to print my stuff, look at them, thing about them,and luckily I can talk with colleagues about them.
It helps get the result more and more perfect. Continue reading ““Pinselheinrich” – Painter and Pub”