Identity and packaging solution for Clement Coffee Roastery in the South Melbourne Markets. Clement is a boutique, small scale coffee operation, roasting and promoting coffees that are from single farms around the world. Clement’s frontman Kris Wood wanted see a … Continue reading
A little self initiated Christmas cheer for my friends, family and clients in 2013.
A series of four booklets were created for Grill’d Healthy Burgers to be distributed inside mini-me children’s packs, across their 80 restaurants, nationally. The project aimed to entertain children whilst also aligning to one of the key Grill’d values – … Continue reading
Book Design for Hardie Grant. Spice Kitchen is a thriving Adelaide Restaurant run by Ragini Dey, and this is her debut as an author. Unlike many other Indian Cookbooks, that can often be darkly styled, or stodgy, Spice Kitchen draws … Continue reading
Identity design for Evie Red, a vivacious and successful contemporary Burlesque Performer, based in Melbourne. Modernism and elegance inspires her shows, which, whilst informed by a rich heritage of classical dance and strip tease, remain edgy and fresh for today’s audiences. … Continue reading
A 13 month calendar that addresses OH&S issues in the workplace. Prizewinner of the HPR/RMIT Calendar Competiton.
Identity, stationery set and brochure created for the boutique property development company Neumeier. Like a tangram, property development is about taking all the pieces of a project and pulling them together, often with beautifully varied results. Only a few simple … Continue reading
A catalogue ‘Right as Rain’ created for the Royal Botanical Gardens in Melbourne to promote Australian Native plants for water conservation in domestic gardens. A strong narrative was created in order to bring a different approach to the category of … Continue reading
Book design for Undertow: The RMIT Creative Writing Graduate Anthology 2011. A lovely project not only to experiment with some loose ink illustrations, but also use paper of a beautiful blue hue for the internal pages!
A personal project which celebrates the wonderful H&FJ typeface ‘Mercury’ and is conceptually based on the discovery of ancient ornamental stone hand axes, said to be the first known evidence of man expressing an affinity for style.