Inverkip, Renfrewshire, GB
One of my own 'garden' salad recipes designed with a 1950s theme. Created after taking Ohn Mar Win's Skillshare class on designing a vintage inspired recipe. Researched colours, fonts as well as book cover and design layouts from the era. Found limited palettes, black lettering and outlines to be prevalent.
Curitiba, Paraná, BR
The cornmeal cake is one of the typical sweets we eat for the café da tarde in Brazil. Café da tarde (afternoon coffee) is like the English tea time. In the middle of the afternoon we have a coffee with some bread, sweets, etc. It's a moment where we sit down and enjoy a bit of relaxing time with family and friends. It's by far my favorite meal of the day that's why it's part of the illustration.
I made this illustration for Ohn Mar Win Food Illustration: Design a Vintage Style Illustrated Recipe Skillshare class.
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