I have had the privilege of working with Moss Magazine on a variety of exciting projects ranging from logo design, to content creation, poster design and more.
The objective of this project was to design some form of packaging which related to pogonophobia (the irrational fear of beards, or that of bearded men). The illustrations of the culturally diverse bearded men featured on the front of each of the bottles, highlight the pun of the company name ‘Beerded’, and hopefully humour the consumer.
Working alongside Chloe from Chloe Sophia Jewellery, I created this logo and business card design. The organic nature of the typographic and illustrative elements within the business card references the rustic, handmade quality of Chloe’s jewellery.
This poster design, created for the annual snow festival of Quebec depicts a smiling woman rugged up in winter attire. The vibrant colours used to create this poster evoke a sense of playfulness which in turn suggests the family friendly nature of this event.
This menu was developed for Laneway Espresso, a small cafe located on the Mornington Peninsula. The owner wanted to create a minimalistic menu design which was easy for patrons to interpret.
This passion project is an illustrative poster which was inspired largely by geometric, vintage travel posters and my love of North America.
The Ninch Collective is a travel guide which aims to present the Mornington Peninsula, an area frequented by tourists, from a local perspective. This minimalist guide utilises photographs from various locations within the region, taken by locals, to provide the audience with an authentic look at the unobstructed natural landscape.
HAUS VON KRAUS
Haus Von Kraus is the title given to a clothing brand of my creation, which intends to produce clothing that is contemporary and effortlessly cool. The inspiration behind Haus Von Kraus products, is historical tattoos and the connotations they carry, from ancient Egyptian motifs, to Russian criminal brands. Whilst researching the history of tattooing as an art form, I have created my own set of tattoo inspired symbols, each with different meanings, which have informed the graphics applied to apparel, and the company’s identity as a whole. This look book enables customers of the company to select designs from a physical bound document, mimicking the process of selecting a tattoo design at a parlour.
Forever We Grow
These flyers, created for ‘Forever We Grow’ promote watercolour workshop classes offered on the Mornington Peninsula. The minimalist style of this particular design allows the photographs of the watercolour artworks to shine.