Cake Wines have a very fun illustrated feel to them, for this reason I developed my labels as colourful illustrations. White wine shows lizard that represents coolness, dryness and relaxation. While the red wine owl represents the warm, dark and mysterious night.
An interactive, responsive exercise mat which enables simple hand and foot touch gestures to control the music and timer on your phone, to make working out easier, and more productive.
Point Magazine communicates the modern development of the future. It is breaking the boundaries while retaining order. It argues the fore and against, while leaving way for reason. Typography in Context Issue 3 suggests that graphic designers are increasingly responsible for more and more layers of content. The graphic for this cover shows a map like structure that advocates upheaval. As individuals we all make our own paths, leaving trails of work and historic recognition. There is movement and structure in everything we do.
These 5 postcards represent the different Indigenous cultures of the Macleay Museum. Each card represents a different person/people from a particular background, which make these cultures so special.
Representing the Australian Hop flavour and hipster culture of Newtown’s Young Henry’s Beer. It’s quirky nature captures the spirit of FBI radio along with an indigenous reference representing Australia's unique culture.
Using only the three pantone colours 144, 7401, and 491, I created a A Visual Narrative, is inspired by the audio piece “Blackbird Pot Pie.” It takes the idea of the history behind the song where 6 naughty boys are turned into blackbirds.
21 Years of Sailors with disABILITIES: Sailing into social change – a narration of the extensive history behind Sailors with disABILITIES, referencing the organisations growth and achievements from 1994 – 2015. This website highlights moments within SWD’s evolution that exemplifies their mission; to inspire optimism and redefine possibilities for the disabled and disadvantaged of all ages.
Sailing is the catalyst for change, providing the opportunity for personal growth for those involved. They have tasted and experienced the rewards of this organisation achieving things they thought to be impossible. By defying social constructs the SWD website will take you on an exhilarating journey. Please see link below.
This website was created by Elle McCalman, Sophia Lau, Tania Andriasian, Thomas Ricciardiello and Vincent Salinos.
This is a set of illustrative playing cards that were made for the World Wildlife Foundation. I chose to do realistic black and white sketches to establish the cards on a more personal and emotional level for the player. I found something beautiful about each animal and wanted to preserve their beauty by capturing it in a drawing. The pattern on the front is a combination of footprints, suggesting that each animal has its own mark on earth. The packaging shows sophistication and brings the set together.
These are a few examples of work that I can currently playing with. These draft concept sketches shows the conceptual thinking behind my work. I like to work on the sketch until I think it is fully refined and ready for computer generation. I think the sketches behind any work are extremely important for your conceptual process.