I provided art direction, designing key elements and the catalogue cover. The theme of the show was 'folding and unfolding' which is hinted at in the chosen headline typeface and page corner elements. The show was divided into three key environment categories: commercial, cultural and community with a fourth category being realized course-wide projects. For each category a colour was chosen and this was reflected in the different covers. Each cover was foil stamped in gold. To cut costs, the introduction pages were printed in monochrome, the inside project pages were digitally printed, the paper used was leftover stock and printing was avoided on the covers.
Created hand-painted wedding invitations with a cat theme. Because the wedding took place in an old castle the invitation took on the look of a Medieval tapestry.
The Spirit Level is an area inside the Royal Festival Hall which is used by the Southbank Centre’s Learning & Participation program along with artists and youth groups working in association with the Centre. I collaborated with other designers to create a new environment for the Spirit Level. This booklet was created to showcase the research and evaluation of the Spirit Level space and how people used it. This research was used to guide the design of environmental graphics for the space.
Designed to announce the re-opening of a favorite neighbourhood Cuban restaurant. The neighbourhood is an enclave of the Latin-American community. The design was created to evoke old Cuban protest posters. The lettering is hand drawn.
An identity and business cards created for a Chinese BBQ restaurant in Chinatown. The design is derived from Chinese New Year animal trinkets. With an allusion to BBQ, they breathe fire. The business cards come in both animal designs.