A self promotional interactive 3D poster depicting my abstract, yet rule based approach to design with the importance of my creative process through the use of grids. Interaction with the poster is encouraged – viewing it from a range of angles and consuming the information on various protruding text panels.
This project was designed under the creative direction of Swear Words, during my three month internship with them.
A personal Christmas Email Newsletter design, which was sent out to all of Swear Words’ beloved clients.
The design was further explored in my own time to create some printed cards for members of my family and friends.
A print and digital publication exploring different ways of visualising music, Broadcast encourages artists and designers to respond to visually stimulating soundtracks. This pioneer issue focuses on Radiohead, Björk and the Arcade Fire, representing their range of musical works through graphic notation.
Varying symbols were designed to represent each instrument relating to their rhythm and melody, and the accompanying lyrics are typeset in terms of their pitch.
A unique digital font inspired by humanist sans serifs, Mango Sans was designed predominantly for use in body text. Low crossbars on uppercase letters, angled strokes on diagonal letters and rounded ellipses are some of its distinct features. In context, Mango Sans can be viewed in this type specimen.
A geometric typeface inspired by geology. Obsidian was designed as a display typeface, featuring distinctive angles which adhere to a strict grid structure.
A successful entry into the International Society of Typographic Designers in response to the brief ‘Everything about One Thing’.
The topic of Déjà vu is explored through two comparable publications. Simultaneously, they aim to provide the reader with an insight into the realms of the phenomena, whilst giving a physical sense of Déjà vu as the publications are viewed.
This folded gallery guide for the Monash University Museum of Art exhibitions in early 2014, uses risograph printing to reflect the tactile and experimental works being shown in the gallery space. Adhering to a strict two-tone colour scheme, the geometric and repetitive design of the guide also reflects the physical space of the MUMA gallery.
An annual report for a fictional meat company:
Choice Cuts Australia. The design is inspired by the rawness of meat, incorporating hand bound coptic stitch and an innovative use of typical meat industry packaging.
This project was a finalist in the shortlisted applicants for 2015 Create Awards by Desktop Magazine, in the Print Creative Category.
A rebrand of an existing Melbourne icecreamery. Utilising a modern design approach, its existing colour scheme was enhanced in an attempt to keep the brand recognizable yet also rejuvenate the store.
An invitation designed for the launch of Monash University's 'Biographica'- an opera composed by Mary Finsterer.
Singer/Model - Astrid Connelly
Jewellery by Kate Durham
Photography by Dean Golja
This easily folded guide to surviving the zombie apocalypse, focuses on presenting a substantial amount of information clearly through the use of hierarchy. The aim of this informative poster was to showcase the rigorous typesetting required to fit the immense amount of content into a single A2 poster.
A set of Folded Poster Course Guide’s for each course in the Art, Design & Architecture Faculty at Monash University. Designed to wrap around the overall course guide booklets, as well as work as a stand alone piece.
Project undertaken whilst working at Monash. 2015
A Roll Fold Brochure designed during my time working as the Junior Designer for the Arts Faculty at Monash University.
The brochure outlines the schedule for the 2016 Semester 1, Free Lunchtime Concert and Sound Series in the School of Music.
A series of 4 brochures were designed for a 2 year schedule, as well as individual poster/flyer's promoting each weekly concert.
This concertina publication was designed to convey the personal story behind an entry in the Victorian Architecture awards, the ‘Cross Stich House’ (Fitzroy). The architectural redesign weaves old and new into one property, and is mirrored here in the relationship between serif and sans serif letterforms.
The digital platform for Broadcast utilises the benefits of technology in creating a new and engaging visual experience for readers. The corresponding music plays automatically within each graphic notation and long horizontal scrolling frames enhance the overall composition of each article, engaging the audience through interaction.
ActEvo- short for Active Evolution, is a branding project created for a start up health and wellness company. A recognisable icon was designed to sit with and without the word mark, to represent an abstract 'A' reinforcing the brand name. Its structure of three connecting points further reflects the tagline 'Where technology meets health and wellness'.
A redesign created in response to a seemingly uninspired skin cream package. A simple colour palette and an illustrative technique was employed to appeal to a feminine target audience, and align with the delicate nature of the product.
Branding and Identity Design for a freelance client starting up a Lingerie brand.
The logo mark was designed using various ‘V’ shaped elements which come together to represent an abstract rose design as well as a bra within the circular constraints.
Client: Bellamo V.Rose