Graphic & Motion Designer
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World Vision's Hunger Free

 

World vision's hunger free

logo/print layout/product/social

 


Hunger Free believes that a hunger free world is possible. Hunger is still a daily reality for millions of people, and Hunger Free plans to change this by using food to change lives, promote good health for children, and plant seeds for lasting change.
 

My primary role with Hunger Free was to update the campaign's design to align with World Vision's new global brand guidelines. This included working with Volume 4 of Hunger Free Quarterly, a subscription box provided by World Vision Canada. Each box contains selected artisan products, recipe cards, and a mini-magazine, with proceeds going toward projects that help families become hunger free. Volume 4 provided custom-made aprons from Ubuntu Made, hand-carved wooden bowls, and ethically sourced mulling spice. The mini-magazine gave readers a behind-the-scenes look at Ubuntu Made and highlighted chef Dennis the Prescott's trip to Kenya, a reflective story that included beautiful photography that was really fun to work with.



 

 
 An apron designed by myself and handmade by  Ubuntu Made  was included in the Volume 4 boxes of Hunger Free Quarterly. Every apron used a different kanga pattern for the pocket, making each a unique gift.

An apron designed by myself and handmade by Ubuntu Made was included in the Volume 4 boxes of Hunger Free Quarterly. Every apron used a different kanga pattern for the pocket, making each a unique gift.

 Five recipe cards shared delicious meals from Hunger Free co-creators like  Dennis the Prescott  and  Aimee Wimbush-Bourque .

Five recipe cards shared delicious meals from Hunger Free co-creators like Dennis the Prescott and Aimee Wimbush-Bourque.


social media work

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