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TAMIA TOLL

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Gillette Sensor Excel
2014

A packaging redesign of the existing Gillette Sensor Excel razor. Includes original ink illustrations, detailed typesetting, and matchbox style dielines. The inside of the package features appropriate cut outs and cladding to house the razor and extra blades appropriately.

Inspired by the retrograde barbershop aesthetic prolific amongst contemporary Melbourne men. Think "Captains of Industry", "The Drunken Barber", "Lords of the North" and of course classic Gillette packaging seen back in the day. Entered in the 2014 Southern Cross Packaging Awards.

Melbourne based designer with a strong focus on packaging, illustration, brand identity, and print.

A maker of visuals and lover of lines.

I work within the juxtaposition and combination of simplicity plus detail.

Inspired by crude graphic design, traditional mediums, natural colour, and organic subjects that lurk amongst us.

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Tamia Toll
Kafein
2014

Sustainable packaging designed for cold drip coffee company "Kafein Coffee Co". The package takes the form of a sample of the company’s new cold drip coffee blend. A reusable coffee filter bag takes the form of the main package, which is unbleached, recyclable, and branded through the screen-printing method. Inside this bag is a coffee mug and sample of coffee grounds encased in a hand stitched pouch.

Tamia Toll

Complete with a mini booklet highlighting what the product is about, and how to brew "Kafein".

Tamia Toll
Flash Magazine
2014

Tattoos have been an acceptable part of society in more recent decades.

But what about the more frivolous side of tattooing? When one thinks of Stick n Poke tattoo’s we think of dirty needles, unsanitary conditions, and crappy designs. But Melbourne based artists such as Grant Groenwold ("HTML Flowers"), Stanislava Pinchuck ("Miso"), and Max Blackmore ("No Scribbles") aim to diminish this stereotype through their meticulous and detailed processes and beautiful designs.

Tamia Toll

"Flash" magazine aims to cover creative thinking, stick and poke history, and the DIY based process through detailed imagery and interview based content.

Tamia Toll
Hummingbird Annual Report
2014

"Hummingbird Australia" highlights and supports the conservation of Australia’s most endangered birdlife. Features a gold stamped cover, and original graphite illustrations to convey the delicate and beautiful nature of the Hummingbird, while still keeping an appropriate corporate aesthetic. Singer sewn binding encapsulates the overall design for easy reading.

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