As part of Groovin the Moo 2016, I created images based off the theme for the year. A launching pad into a retro scifi, futuristic music festival.
The images were transferred into banners, and large decals which floated around the VIP section.
Glossy is my reinterpretation of a Vogue, which I deconstructed then reconstructed. I wanted to unclutter the magazine, returning it to a raw state. Making it large format, allowed the images to take full focus.
Equilibrium is a yearly magazine produced by ESSA (Economic's Student Society Australia). With this issue I produced the imagery and Design. Keeping the layout strong and the imagery simple, i hope the articles could speak for themselves.
Playing on my name, I constructed a collage. Showing the way I like to work using collage to create weird new images, with a little humour. These images incorporate aspects of myself. Which I then developed into paste-ups and stickers.
Entered as part of the ISTD competition, I chose the brief ‘Everything about One Thing’. My content was fueled by my new obsession of eyes. I wanted to create a celebration of this seemingly mundane thing. Show how they have been interpreted, adorned, worshipped, and studied in so many different ways.
As part of the paper Architecture exhibition, my publication was an interpretation of Index Architectures residential building ‘The Knuckle’. Situated on a long narrow block, the space weaves from indoor to outdoor seamlessly. The clean and simplistic interior is contrasted by the old shop front, graffiti remaining.
A screen-printed exhibition poster for my exhibition ‘Float’. The images appear abstract and unrelated, but are interconnected by the fact that they represent the eclectic nature of my work, and personality.
MOSHI MOSHI was an identity I created for a Japanese takeaway restaurant. Based upon the words “moshi moshi”, how you answer the phone in Japanese. Creating a minimal logo accented with bold magenta, Japanese ads. and drawings. Printing on newspaper added to the disposible nature of takeaway.
Completed when studying abroad in Prato, Italy. It was to be a reaction to our new environment. For me religious paraphernalia stood out, not just confined to churches. Constructing the collage on the wall on our class room, I wanted it to appear fanatical, as if it had grown over time and could continue to grow.
This digital publication focussed on fashion and culture. This edition of ‘the outsiders edge’ celebrated a raw punk style, whilst remaining sleek and elegant. Collages are animated, but a link still remains with a print format.