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Love Your Brand is a Digital & Graphic Design Studio based in Stellenbosch specialising in WordPress websites and branding.
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Seasons of Sauvignon

It’s that time again – time for drinking white wine in the sun!

 

We designed the new poster for Klein Roosboom for the Season of Sauvignon festival taking place in October. Make sure you book a tble well in advance – wine, laughter, sun and a view over Table Mountain in the distance. What more do you need this Summer?

Not Ham But Man

 

One of the biggest projects to date was to design and build Johnny Hamman’s website in 2014. Love Your Brand teamed up with the Dev team of LIMBIK and we created this responsive, e-commerce WordPress website. We are waiting in anticipation for Johnny’s online range to launch so that the website can be used in its full capacity.

 

We also create Not Ham But Man’s quarterly e-newsletters and manage his MailChimp account.

Goeters

 

This was a lovely project to work on as we had the chance to re-create the owner’s brand identity and website. Goeters specialises in the up most imaginative creations of beautiful décor and lights for weddings and events, so that meant that we were going to work with beautiful things and especially beautiful photography!

 

For the WordPress website we have chosen a layout that could easily portray their big range of products as well as a blog where they can document all the events.

 

The logo had to be modern, yet stylish.
Quite an out of the ordinary end result, but we love it! And so does the client.

 

University of Stellenbosch

 

We had the privilege to create a brand new identity for The Laboratory for the Economics of Africa’s Past (LEAP) – affiliated to the Department of Economics at Stellenbosch University, South Africa.

 

It is dedicated to the quantitative study of African economic history and brings together scholars and students interested in understanding and explaining the long-term economic development of Africa’s diverse societies.

 

The end result of the logo was a colourful and strong layout portraying the diversity of South Africa, and its past. The letter ‘L’ is an ancient map of the Cape Colony; the ‘E’ consists out of Egyptian hieroglyphs; the ‘A’ consists out of Stata Code (a statistical software package used by researchers); and the ‘P’ is colourful African patterns.

 

The website is a one page responsive WordPress information site, with the ability to add multiple projects as the papers are being written over the years.

 

For the launch-night of the website, we’ve also designed a big pull up banner to spread the word about LEAP.

 

Visit the LEAP website >

Discover Zanzibar

 

The past year I was privileged enough to design a wide range of print related work for the talented chef and travel agent Marius Uys from Slippery Spoon Kitchen and Discover Spectrum.

 

Work included flyers, a magazine advertisement & travel itinerary, online banners, back walls to be used at expo’s and various promotional items like key rings and wine labels.

 

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Hapgebak

 

The owner of this local rusk bakery started baking rusks for family and friends at the end of 2014. Her products became so popular that she shifted the Tupperware containers for proper rusks packaging and we created a brand for her.

 

We discussed her idea behind baking and brainstormed names. We decided on Hapgebak. It’s a quirky fusion of two Afrikaans words: hap (bite) and gebak (baked or baked goods).

 

First on the list was the branding. A logo and some labels to differentiate between products.  The social media followed. We created a Facebook page and made sure we update the content regularly. People love photos of delicious things, especially if you can eat them. So within 6 months she almost has a 100 natural followers and her products are being sold at two major outlets in Paarl and Brackenfell. It’s still growing.

 

We’re in the process of creating an online platform where people will be able to view her products online and order them directly from there.

 

That is what I was talking about loving your brand so that people can fall in love with it as well. Go on, order some buttery rusks right now!

 

Kamers Vol Geskenke

 

For the 2014 Kamers Vol Geskenke, we created this poster and online advertisement for the event held at the Castle of Good Hope. We also created some online banners for the website to advertise the event.

Klein Roosboom

 

We started working with Klein Roosboom in October 2014 and since then has been trying to bring their current brand together by creating a post card campaign.

 

Each wine has been dedicated to a member of the family by Karin De Villiers, the wonderful winemaker. The description of each wine has been written in the form of a letter by Karin herself. It’s truly personal, special and unique – just like their beautiful farm.

 

We’ve created 5 sets of post cards that visitors can use for tasting notes, notepads for newsletter sign-ups & feedback, business cards, wine price lists, newsletters and more. Do yourself a favour and visit Klein Roosboom in the Durbanville Hills area. You’ll walk away with a smile on your face, and good wine in your tummy!

 

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Other clients

 

Although only the best of the best projects has been listed on the website, these are a few of our favourites too. More brand identities and some wedding invitations!

Slippery Spoon Kitchen

 

I have the privilege of designing invitations, menu’s and all sorts of bits & bobs for talented chef Johnny Hamman‘s Slippery Spoon Pop-up Dinners. No event is the same, hence the creative freedom!

 

These are mostly used as digital flyers to spread the word on social media platforms and get the bookings in. There has been loads of flyers and menu’s, but these are a selection of our favorites. Each event also link with the Not Ham But Man website where I then follow the theme through by creating banners for the specific event page.