Robertson Winery - Really Good Wine that does Really Good Things
I worked with Emma Strydom & Savannah Whiting from MAL Ideas4good on the illustration and design pieces for Robertson Winery. These designs were used for the "Really Good Wine" Campaign (created by MAL).
 As part of the campaign, we helped build a library for Robertson Winery at Nkqubela Primary School in Robertson.  Building libraries is one of MAL's initiatives to germinate and spread across South Africa the notion that under-resourced communities not only need libraries but beautifully designed one's. The designs were inspired by the mountains, flowers and animals found around the town of Robertson.
My role in this project: Illustrate the side of the library integrating Emma Strydoms illustrations as well as adding my own, working on the logo that was designed with Emma Strydom and Savannah Whiting, as well as working on the packaging tags that go around the wine bottles for this campaign. 

Above: Really Good Wine logo for the Robertson Winery campaign. My role was to provide various logo options using the stacking of the o's/ grapes layout as well as refine the chosen logo. This was the final product. 

Above: Illustration and design for the website. Integrating Emma Strydom's illustration assets as well as adding my own. This illustration was to represent the flora and animals in Robertson. 

Above:Neck tags designed for the wine bottles. Illustrations on these tags are by myself and Emma Strydom. 

Above: Social media layouts

The illustration for the library - Includes hidden letters for kids to find - H O R S E 

The library built and designed by MAL Ideas4good for Nkqubela Primary School in Robertson, South Africa, featuring my design.  

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