Sorry I have literally been in hiding for about 6 months after a very, very busy final year. Good news is I have still been busy in the world of design with my freelance (one sending me to hospital for exhaustion), I have just been a bit too busy to find time to post about it! But now I am back, enjoy the posts and for any inquiries please contact email@example.com xxx
Hello! Been a while, very busy getting the final touches on my folio which I will be uploading soon. I have recently just been getting back into hand illustration and this is a poster for my friends Ben and Trent’s fabulous label Veeped Bored Co.
It is going to be a sweet night, check out their website and support local biz www.veeped.com.au
I couldn’t resist taking the typographic card further and creating a range of cards to show case the pattern into the beautiful world of colour, my two favourite things. These are test/composition shots too.
This is my last assignment ever thats has been handed in today. Lunar is my friend Jordie’s shop in Geelong (amazing shop) and she let me use it as a basis point for my version of the brand for school.
I have been doing some photographic experiments on colour recently involving digital screens. The outcome was these beautiful yet haunting shots of melting colours, reminding me very much of some scenes from Requiem for a Dream.
We had a packaging brief at school where we had to choose three products and develop a cohesive range under one name. I chose pork, fennel and apple sauce because it makes a tasty dinner and I wanted to steer away from anything that is too girly.
Three Wives specializes is premium meat marriages and is a gourmet product to be purchased exclusively at delicatessen’s and high- end food stores.
I’m absolutely thrilled to say that I have been announced in the top 30 for Positive Posters this year. Ironically the poster that has made it I didn’t include on my blog (I’m pretty sure it’s this one), so hear it is now.
I really wanted to communicate this poster with no type what so ever as the competition is global and didn’t want language to be a barrier in anyway. If you want to check out my profile and look at the other entrants click here http://positive-posters.com/posters/profiles/?pid=3954
At school we recently received a brief that required us to create a design on an A5 card that would appeal to other graphic designers using type terminology. This card was to also be designed with embellishments of foil to different shapes and parts of the design as well as embossing and UV varnish.
I chose the term Boustrophedon, meaning words from right to left and from left to right in alternate lines. Was great to be able to get back into the pattern making again.