Volunteering for The Kokken Boys
Xavier Philip Kokken was born 21 February 2009. He is a blonde haired bundle of joy with a wicked dimpled grin and the only thing he loves more than the North Melbourne Kangaroos AFL Team is Thomas the Tank Engine.
Not long after Xavier was born his parents, Briony Glatz and Peter Kokken, fell pregnant with twins and on the morning of 28 March 2010 Jorja Rose and Aiden Stanley arrived – a beautiful little sister and brother.
In 2012 both Xavier and Aiden were diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) and the gorgeous, curly haired Aiden with an infectious giggle was also found to be autistic.
I was called on by a friend, and one of the founders of The Kokken Boys to create a logo and branding to raise awareness for DMD and aid in their fundraising efforts. As The Kokken Boys was located in Australia, this collaboration took place digitally, and over the phone.
Read the story about my collaboration with TKB and the evolution of their brand.Read the TKB story