Matching Plants That
Advance One Another's
Growth

Matching Plants That Advance One Another's Growth

When I started gardening, I got obsessed with learning how to combine plants that would advance one another's growth. All I could think of was how to combine a thousand plants I wanted in my balcony planters. It was fun to wrap my head around that problem. But as my research proceeded, staying on top of things got more complicated. I started designing an infographic and thought of a more practical way.

Role: illustration, graphic design

Plant Quartett Use Case

The background-foreground contrast I am going for in my illustrations is not ideal for print. Therefore, I decided to enhance it with a spot gloss finish. It gives the dreamy illustration contour, and I love the pleasant haptics it adds to the cards. The haptics' impact may never be underestimated.

First Test Print With Spot Gloss Finish

First Test Print With
Spot Gloss Finish

Card in Pocket

To Be Continued in Spring/Summer '23
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To Be Continued
in Spring/Summer '23

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