I've always admired mood boards because they're full of two of my favorite things in design; texture and color play. So when it was time to sit down and craft my own brand for Modern Chrystal, I was obviously excited to get started.
Some people choose a color palate that is already coordinated. And that is fine because there are endless opportunities for interpretation when design is the name of the game. I usually come to the table with a color or two in mind and then begin pulling my images from there.
The hardest part for my own board was selecting only a handful of images that fully represented my vision for the brand. As someone that has many interests and often contradictory aesthetic preferences, I find it difficult at times to settle on only a few visuals for myself. It is one thing to do the job for a client but an entirely different experience shaping a brand as the designer for myself.
As you can probably tell, I like images with depth and gradients of color and facets. Just being true to my name and all.
Take a look and comment below with what adjectives you would use to describe my brand by the mood board.