I did say Butterscotch is a very talented designer and to prove that, here are more of her work.
Both of us are in Amplify Ministry (A Catholic Youth Ministry) and we organise sessions, events and camps that cater to Singapore youths. Butterscotch is kind of our in-house designer and she’s been responsible for most of the posters and collaterals we’ve been churning out.
Take a look at some of them:
This poster was designed to publicise a chill-out session. The idea was for it to look like the old school Chinese calendar.
More to Love was an event celebrating Valentine’s Day and Butterscotch wanted a romantic feel that oozed English charm. This is one of my favourites!
Revolutionary Love was the theme for YISS (Youth in the Spirit Seminar) 2005. Butterscotch went grunge this time round. She designed the emblem and created something that dripped rock funk.
Into Marvellous Light was the theme for YISS 2006 and it was disco fever! Neon Orange and black proved to be a combo that turned heads 🙂
The two flyers above doubled up as email blasters to publicise Amplify’s weekly sessions. Known as Amplify Fridays, these sessions are catered to youths and she wanted the flyers to speak to them. You notice how she tweaks each flyer accordingly. That’s one of her amazing abilities.
As long as you specify the kind of feel and emotion/atomsphere you want, she can customise something unique for you.
This God & Life poster was designed to coincide with a series of talks we had that revolved around the God & Life theme. She was going for the floral, countryside feel here. I love this one.
So there you have it, a peek into Butterscotch’s portfolio!
Once again, do feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your options.
P.S. Do click on each of the image for an enlarged view! :0)