Georgia Rose Jewellery
Georgia Rose Jewellery is an up and coming jewellery designer. With a focus on silver-smithing and gem-setting, GR wanted to create a brand that communicated the organic, simple and contemporary nature of her brand.
We worked together to create a logo, a colour palette, flyers, poster and packaging for her brand.
This look book was designed for Arthur Apparel’s Pre-Fall ‘18 season. The book was designed with a minimal coastal lifestyle in mind, focusing on the texture and colours of the clothing.
The shoot was coordinated with Grace Elizabeth Images. The shoot was stylised to showcase the coastal lifestyle and minimalistic brand aesthetic.
Festival of Australian Student Theatre
This festival branding was created for The Festival of Australian Student Theatre (FAST). They were after something playful, fun, eye catching and preferably involving the festival mascot, bananas.
The typesetting conveys the bold, daring nature of the festival, while the illustrated bananas convey the playful, explorative nature of FAST.
A conceptual magazine, Off Beat was designed to appeal to a targeted audience that celebrates counter-culture and unusual travel locations. The nature of the content is based around The Manhattan Project, a secret city built during World War II that developed the atomic bomb.
This magazine content showcases a travel location off the beaten path, the nature of which is communicated through the off-set text in the layout and the custom collage for the cover.
Luna Land Corporate Report
This project began with the brief to design the cover and four spreads for a theme parks corporate report. The company wanted something structured and clear, yet also nostalgic and fun.
I focused on typesetting and colour to convey the information in a clear, concise yet festive way.
La Boite Theatre Company
La Boite’s branding was created to show these values and to provide the 2017 show season with a consistent look that was recognisable in any context.
This collateral was rolled out across various digital and print formats, both large and small scale. Included here is the show posters and demonstrated advertising.
Skin Tight was a Artsit With a range of pieces of all shapes and sizes from the three uncovering ideas behind what it means to feel human, the evening was a celebration of acceptance, sexual representation, emotion and the body with a touch of class and a little arse.