Briefly, David Pache is a logo designer, who created his own studio and is doing some pretty nice logos. His works are here because he deserves recognition for his portfolio, clean approach and courage to follow the insecure way of freelancing / independent studio.
Here’s what you gonna read in www.dache.ch : ” Dache is a creative studio founded by designer David Pache in 2005. Located in Switzerland, dache serves clientele locally, nationally and internationally.”
I’ve tried not to bother David with some questions. Instead, picked for you the most interesting from the NET:
9. What is your daily working routine?
I am lucky to work from home. A typical day comprises of administration, invoicing, new business marketing and follow-up. The main part is spent creating design concepts and revisions from the briefs I have been given and consultation with clients to gain feedback. I also maintain my website and have recently launched the ‘dacheboard‘, my online blog featuring articles.
14. Where do you get your inspiration from?
I find that my surroundings enable me to create designs that are contemporary, innovative and unique. I take added inspiration from music, sculpture, the suprematism art movement and the works of painters such as Picasso, Kandinsky and Mondriaan which interest me greatly.
- If you had one piece of advice for anyone wanting to venture into your industry, what would it be?**
Good design is not always based on moments of genius, a lot of preparation is key to a successful design business.