The brief required the design of an eclectic museum and the associated visual identity. The Chest Gallery exhibits artefacts that individuals cherish, despite seeming mundane to others. The name is a play on words referencing both the idea of a treasure chest, and the idea that treasured items are those kept closest to the heart, inside the chest. A mixed media approach was used to reflect the miscellaneous nature of the gallery items.
Lover is an up and coming musician who required a visual identity to create a memorable image for herself in the Melbourne music scene. A logo and labelling system for her singles was designed to provide a visually cohesive collection of singles.
Past, Present, Avenir
"A Life's Work" is an International Society of Typographic Designers(ISTD) brief that celebrates the late Adrian Frutiger and his great contribution to typography and design. Past, Present, Avenir is a publication that recognises the quality and method of Frutiger's typefaces. By recognising type history and comparing the typeface Frutiger was most proud, Avenir, to typographic trends, I hope to emphasise the timeless nature of his work.
How to Vote Progressive
A book trailer for Monash Publishing’s recently released title How to Vote Progressive: Labor or Green? The piece is a visual representation of the books blurb and was illustrated to be consistent with existing front cover imagery.
Personal lettering and illustration project deigned and printed during Home-Work Studio's Photo Exposure Screen Printing Workshop, 2016.
That’s a Wrap Annual Report
That’s a Wrap is an annual report for Jem’s Confectionery. The publication features brushscript lettering and colourful photography to capture the youthful nature of the brand.