Friday, January 19, 2007

Terry Sunderland

Terry Sunderland graduated from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in 1994. He was art director for Adubsters from August 1994 to April 1997 – at that time a record for Adbuster art-director endurance. As well as art direction, responsibilities included all layout, typesetting and production.

Terry’s career is characterized by working with environmental and social marketing organizations. He worked as a chief graphic designer for companies such as Emerald City, Working Design, and Good Company Communications - providing graphic and visual clarity and with his innovative approach to design. Amongst the project Terry worked on were the identity for Options for Sexual Health and the branding and publicity campaign for The Corporation.
With his wit and originality, Terry brings clarity and excitement to visions of a better world.

In 2006, Terry collaborated with Ayala Moriel Parfums in designing the packaging solutions, from labels to the boxes, and including the new look for our website coming up in 2007. Working with Terry was just as fun as seeing the results: sleek packaging and a look that is consistent with my perfumes, personality and philosophy.

Talking about personality, Terry's favourite perfume is Black Licorice. Which I am going to pack especially for him this weekend to celebrate the arrival of the boxes. We waited for that moment for a long time!

Thank you, Terry!

P.s. A couple of years later (June 19th, 2009), I'm updating Terry's portrait here. Since he loves Anime so much I thought it was only appropriate to publish his character sketch rather than a photograph. As you can see his beard has grown recently.

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2 Comments:

At January 22, 2007 3:05 PM, Blogger Anya said...

Ayala, they're very beautiful and the fairies are the perfect touch - of course! Isn't the interior "fitted" in some way? Would love to see that, and where are the labels to go?

 
At January 22, 2007 11:56 PM, Blogger Ayala Sender said...

Hi Anya,
There is no fitted fixture inside at the moment. The tags take so much space that they are kind of holding the bottle inside for now. I may add this in the future if it proves necessary.

 

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