Hello! My Name is Tania Loutfi
Hey Tania! Tell us a bit about you?
I am a Graphic and Fashion Designer based in Montreal. I have a very bubbly personality and I love combining my two passions in one to create fun content! I also am known for my unique laugh ☺.
Logo, packaging and branding Fatty, a new keto-friendly bar that differentiate itself from other bars since it is made with organic, gluten free and biological ingredients
Logo, packaging and branding for Reniew, a new Collagen infused water bottle that will hit the market.
Personal identity design for Tania Loutfi
Some beautiful magazine layout designs by Tania!
Logo, packaging and branding done for Twocupstogo. It is a new coffee brand that will hit the market.
Who or what inspired you to be a designer?
It originally started as a young age, when my father influenced me to become a fashion designer. Something about menswear clothes interested me in every detail. I always had an eye for arts. Whether it was painting or photography, I knew I had to explore that path. I then went to school and found my love for the adobe creative suit! I already had knowledge of the programs before which was easier for me to navigate. After graduating, I worked for a bit and went registered for the graphic design courses at TGDS.
What are you up to in the design world at the moment?
I am currently working on some small projects that may hopefully lead to something big! I have been sewing more and creating more in general. I am sticking to one project at a time to stay focus.
What is your favourite part of the design process?
It has to be the developing process of the logo. This is where I take the time to draw, make mood boards that inspire me and let it all happen!
You were really into all sorts of design disciplines at TGDS, branding, campaigning and even packaging. Have you a fav?
I have to say that it packaging wins my heart. At the age of 15 I started to work as a photographer for a grocery store. I used to take the pictures, and prepare them for the flyers (where Photoshop was my best friend) At that time, some companies had packaging and logos that were not strong and lacking of taste. Therefore, I told myself that if I would have the chance to work in that field, I would make put my 100%.
Tell us anything you would like to about your featured works.
My personal branding. I decided to show my bubbly side with the pops of colors and I ended up loving it!
What did you love about studying design?
Everything about it! The school made me feel good and I always had support which made me want to finish and graduate. I felt energized and ready to kill it!
What’s your dream design job? Don’t hold back!
To be my own boss. I want to have my own company one day. I think this day will come soon…
What would you say to someone about to embark on his or her own journey in design?
Just do it, as Nike would say. Never look back and stay focus on your goals.