The artist book is a collection of responses to questions about my personality.
The artwork is all original with minimal stock photos and illustrates my greatest passions, fears, and inspirations. The illustrations are predominantly vector-based.
Smoke is a new Brisbane based, fine-dining steak house. The identity has a contemporary feel and inspired heavily from the cuisine of America’s south. The use of stamps across the identity meant that each time the logo appeared it had a different and unique character, much like the restaurant itself.
The name comes from the rustic and
smokey nature of each print and wooden textures. Smoke brings to it’s customers quality food and a unique experience.
These are a selection of hand written typographic quotes, I find my inspiration from culture, music and travelling mostly. They're are all scanned in from my sketch pad, and digitally redrawn in illustrator then finished in photoshop. Most of the photographs used are from my journeys across the world.
Denim magazine is a lifestyle magazine that showcases fashion, culture, inspiration, products, and design. Denim is a brand new magazine aimed towards the young adults with a passion for things old and new. The masthead has a die cut on the cover, revealing the content within. This bold approach to the masthead design gives Denim a unique and contemporary feel.
Graphic Design Winner of March 2015 Issue of GQ Australia, it invloled art directing the shoot which included (Designing, Styling, Photography, Grooming and Writing). I designed several spreads along with my own custom brush typography splashed throughout the Mag. It was showcased nationally and internationally, as printed and digital media.
Baa Bar Blacksheep is an upcoming cafe/ bar opening up at West End for creatives to mingle. My idea was a contemporary ball of yarn, meaning unravelling ideas, and the style is a vintage but modern theme, kept black and white for minimal design.
BMOP (Brisbane Museum of Print ) is a live letterpress museum and space for creatives to gather. The design reflects the traditions of letterpress through typography and colour, with the textures of printed ink used as support graphics. The logo incorporates these traditions and textures to appear as if it has been printed straight off the press.
This typography piece was inspired by Nike but I originally designed it for the national Typism Book in 2013. Later decided to design for multiple advertising campaigns for Foot Locker. The artwork is based on the typeface Futura.
This chromatic typeface was developed using two colour print plates only. When printed, the two plates combine to create the alphabet. My concept was to develop a typeface from space with a retro feel. The typeface is all vector artwork with intricate line detail throughout.
King of Kicks typography is an advertising campaign for Nike and used for in-store posters and banners both nationally and internationally, to promote the fresh new range of shoes they have in stock.