Milk Teeth is a campaign to encourage parents to take care of their children’s dental hygiene. Milk Teeth is a fun, educational and interactive exhibition staged by the Museum of Childhood in collaboration with the British Dental Association. I wanted to create an engaging series of child friendly designs, which combine boldness, simplicity and an impactful colour palette.
(Personal Project-In Progress)
Yellow Balloon is a wordless picture book, exploring childhood memories and the simple pleasures in life.
One sunny Sunday morning, Hugo accidentally let go of his yellow balloon. This was not the first time this had happened either. He always tried his best to hold on tightly to his balloon, but part of him enjoyed watching balloon's float and fly higher and higher into the sky. He often asked himself, if it was possible for the balloon to float into space and visit the moon. Hugo's imagination always ran away with itself. He gazed and gazed and quietly watched his yellow balloon float, glide, drift and sail away with the gentle wind. Firstly slipping behind the spindly trees at the bottom of the garden and then into the vast blue sky and finally tucking behind the big white fluffy clouds. He begun to wonder where his yellow balloon would travel to next and what adventures it would have.
The Shape Book
The Shape Book explores simplistic design and subtle use of colour. The ice cream colour palette is central to the idea of this book and is inspired by both East Asian graphic design and Josef Albers 'Interaction of Color'.
Sparta Sparta is a place which draws many links to ancient history and Greek mythology and is situated in the Laconia region of Greece. The definition of the word 'laconic' refers to a person’s speech or style of writing and means 'straight to the point or using very few words'. The meaning of the word laconic influenced the simplicity and boldness of my icon designs and layout.
A series of drawings which explore the dark and light atmosphere of the original tales collected by the Brothers Grimm; taking particular inspiration from the fairytale Rapunzel.
Juxtapoze is a range of designs for an Indie film festival held by the BFI. I have made two overlay patterns to create a playful series of designs. I endeavoured to create a contrast between the strong black graphic elements and typography, against the quirky fluorescent polka–dots.
A series of photographs of woodlands, which capture my continuing facination of the magic of folklore narratives from the past.
Work + Heal + Learn + Live
Corporate Report This is a corporate report for Herman Miller, who designs inventive furniture that improves the human experience. I wanted to create a visually exciting corporate report, which explores contrasting textures and colours.
Harper's Bazaar Magazine
Harper's Bazaar Online Contents Spreads: January 2018 Issue
Design Experience: exploration of page layout for the online contents pages for January 2018 issue of Harper's Bazaar Magazine.