Vector illustration and typographic wall stickers designed during a one month internship for wall sticker company, Cut It Out.
Branding and miscellaneous work
A campaign project promoting the use of pop-up shops to the public. Neon is the main colour palette of this project to emphasise the 'in your face' and 'popping up' nature of pop-up shops. The variety of shapes show the variety of pop-up shops that are available - lots! The idea for using 3d shapes on the poster also shows the way pop-up shops pop out of nowhere.
Creating a video of the poster placed in a city environment allows for the public to interact just by showing an interest to a 3d neon poster that is unlike the normal posters they will encounter in their day-to-day lives.
I have also proposed an app idea which focusses on being a guide to help you start your own pop-up shop business. The 'how-to' of pop-up shops using the shapes from the poster and the neon colours on a brick background to emphasise the urban character of pop-up shops.
Since I created this project the poster has developed further, becoming larger A0 scale and I have added more shapes. Images of this new poster to come.
Competition brief set by D&AD for the design of a hoarding for the V&A. I designed two hoarding ideas, an informational booklet about the new development at the V&A, and a video showing the hoarding in action. Please read the captions underneath the images to the right for more information.
A fun new identity to revive the ailing seaside area of Clacton-On-Sea through promotional items and an app to locate the activities and services of the area using the GPS on your mobile phone.
Collection of illustrated postcards for Aesop's Fables. With bellyband.
This project for a fictional exhibition by the Science Museum looks at the science of facial geometrics and how they are being used by society today. I conducted an experiment at the start of this project where i photographed the faces of 20 people and produced geometric line images for each face to study the shapes and differentiations of people's faces. This lead on to the designing and creation of the exhibition which included a poster, leaflet, invite and an app that accompanies the exhibition allowing visitors to interact and download it whilst they are in the exhibition and create their own facial map image, which then can be sent to the Science Museum souvenir shop to make themselves a souvenir of their face map.