Design an engaging print brochure and poster for the British Film Institute, focusing on Alfred Hitchcock, celebrating his films and filming techniques.
The design captures the suspense and cutting angles he used for his films. The title draws you in to the design, folding out to a striking image of Hitchcock himself, using dramatic colours such as yellow, black and red.
Inspiration was taken from Michael Feltron's way of using large type and numbers, to create a bold and striking design.
The challenge was to design a series of posters and signage for the well known founders of Pentagram, advertising an exhibition celebrating their work at the Design Museum.
The concept was to subtly highlight their features and use striking colours such as red, which Pentagram use a lot and the white and black.
My process started with taking inspiration from the designers themselves, creating a simple yet striking design.
Design a corporate report for an architectural company. It aims to reflect the modern, progressive and optimistic outlook on the company.
The name Flux and hand illustration came from the concept of movement and moving forward with in the company. Inspired by wire sculptures and Zaha Hadid architecture. They specified in the brief they didn't want it to look like a corporate report, so the colours reflect a bright and fun side to the design.
Hackney Corporate Report
Design a corporate report with a fresh and editorial feel to appeal to the local people. The aim of the report is to encourage potential new residence to join Hackney.
Use of orange highlights the tube colour it runs on, the architectural and textured feel is shown from collaging images and using graph paper to go across the pages.
Design a brand and packaging solution for a boutique range of face moisturiser, with the demographic being Instagram models.
Inspired by the environment and colours of Iceland where the water in the lagoons are suppose to restore and nourish skin. The watercolour technique is to evoke a clean and fresh feel, using ingredients inspired by nature, capturing the lagoons waters.
Design a new corporate identity for Isafjorour in Iceland, to attract new tourists.
Isafjorour is a small city in Iceland that is well known for it's skiing, ski marathons and music festivals. It doesn't have a large amount of tourists, but is slowly becoming a vibrant and fun place to visit.
The design emphasis the accents used in the name and colours represent the cool, calm nature of the environment. The type is bold and eye catching to draw in new, young, sport hungry tourists.
Range of media including Acrylic, inks, charcoal and fine liners.
Some artist copies such as Claire Scully and inspiration taken from Leonardo da Vinci's landscapes.
Images from my last design project in year two of University, to my final project in my third year.
Briefs range from looking at the notion of thresholds, designing a 'pocket' of space by a canal, and designing a pavilion for a ceremony of our choice located by a Norman style church in Oxford.
Design a poster for the media department for Facebook. The client wanted a colourful and eye catching poster to grab people's attention to what the poster was advertising. The concept and subject matter of the poster was a 'back to school' theme.
Image two I was approached to design an invitation for the Gala Awards that Facebook was hosting. This was for the fashion company Drapers, so the colours and angular pattern behind the text was inspired by their website style.