Bryant Ju

Graphic Design


I’m a graphic designer, illustrator, and confident perfectionist based in Houston, Texas.

I help the people and community I work with make functional yet elegant brand identities that may involve heart-warming imagery.

When I’m not designing, you can find me being inspired by watching animated cartoons, thinking about how to improve my skincare routine, and sketching down doodles that long to be on paper.

Let’s dive headfirst into a project together. I promise I’ll only be shy for the first minute of our call.

With a background in studio art (Go ‘Nads and Hook ‘Em!) and a passion for communicating visual stories, I discovered that art asks questions whereas design answers them. Together, I believe that the balance between these two practices can create unique solutions for anyone who has an idea.

My work helps people better navigate spaces by bringing clarity and ideas to the forefront, devoid of any excess clutter. My designs are research-focused and thought-provoking, making people question why things are the way they are. How do I get people to slow down and care more, to be empathetic and mindful of the present?

With this practice, I hope to create designs that are sincere and make this world a better place.

© BRYANT JU 2020

Dandelion Food & Goods

Stella Dillard

Food & Drinks
Identity System
Package Design

Stock Images
How do we offer guests the quality of care that can be found in fine-dining while in the comfort of our home? Stella believes that its possible to give people delicious, sustaining, and healthy meals without sacrificing one factor for the other. DF&G was created to connect people who appreciate flavorful meals with Atlanta farmers who offer only the best produce, vegetables, and meats.

Design Inspiration

Drawing inspiration from vintage cookbooks and botanical prints, I discovered the numerous medicinal purposes that a dandelion plant can have. As a perennial herb, their roots were used for tonics and teas to help aid digestion and remove toxins from the liver and bloodstream. This diverse approach can be translated into how purposeful Stella’s cooking can be, as her meals help customers regain energy and offer a vast complexity of taste and enriching sensory experiences.
To reference Stella’s Atlantan roots, I wanted to make sure the city would be reflected in the identity. A monogram was formed with the phoenix, Atlanta’s symbol of rebirth after burning down during the Civil War. The phoenix acts as a secondary icon to support the dandelion. “Farm, Forest, Table” became DF&G’s main slogan, a play on Atlanta’s nickname of “The City in a Forest.”

Website Design

The following mockups use stock images and are to provide art direction that will hopefully be implemented for the future website design.

For DF&G, the website’s layout was imperative to get right, since this would be where customers order all their packaged meals.
All dishes are taken as professional close-up flat lays shots to indicate high-quality tastes. The homepage sets up links to the store, customer favorites, and “This Week’s Menu” that details new upcoming dishes Stella would create. To get more people on the weekly menu email list, banners for email signups are placed with CTA’s at the bottom of most pages.