Here is a project designed for a client called Helena Wrench. Helena is an interior designer and painter and decorator from Warrington who requested a logo design and business cards to spread the word of her business. She required a minimal, clean yet functional logo design.
The logo design created is based on a ladder, however is made modern and minimal with the simplicity.
The business cards and invoice design can also be seen.
This publication is created as a guide to advertisers and creatives on how to create content that doesn't sexually objectify another human being. By following the steps, it is impossible for the creative to go wrong.
The the front cover of the publication is pink and has a blue acetate cover to represent both males and females, however when combined the colour creates purple - the colour theory for purple being that it is 'creative', which fits with the target audience.
The publication is created in the style of Riot Grrrl to represent the change in time, and similar themes that are being fought against.
There is also a small manifesto created in the same style which would be sent along with the publication to creatives to sign.
Finally, there is an advert created for BIC Razors that shows an example of how following the guide could work.
Here is a project that I created to help save the bees. It is for a smoothie brand called 'Sting Smoothies'.
The concept of the brand is to only use fruits and vegetables that grow due to pollination from bees. This would not only let the customer learn about saving the bees, but it would also help the bees as each bottle sold would donate some money to the movement.
The logo design is based on a pollen particle, as this is a key element of the concept of the company.
This branding and packaging project is based on the line '10,000 shocking pink hearts with your name on' from the poem 'I Want to Paint' by Adrian Henri. The concept behind the project is a Valentines Day range of perfume for the one you love, of which the ingredients of the perfume would involve your own personal DNA to give to your lover to wear proudly, whether it be your tears, sweat, blood etc.
This is a personal project and discovery of typography in different locations, this particular publication based upon Kalkan in Turkey.
The stock used is 135gsm GF Smith Colourplan in blue. The colour blue is a constant through-out as it represents the ocean, as Kalkan is a fishing village.
The Front cover of the publication is screen printed with Gloss to represent the reflection of the ocean, and also the general view of Kalkan from up the mountain, as there are lots of light reflections from the different villas' windows. The images within the publication are also screen printed with gloss to reflect this concept.
'LGBT representation shapes the perspectives of a wider audience & greatly impacts future media'
Killing off fictional LGBT characters can have devastating affects on young LGBT children as they find escape in television shows that feature people like themselves and are constantly told that they will never live a happy life through television - this of course isn't true, so why is this put across in television shows?
This is a publication created as a tribute to honour all of the fictional lesbian or bisexual characters that have died in television shows. The acetate cover represents bloodshed, but also a television glitch.
The book is created using a coptic bind to represent the openness of the lesbian and bisexual characters.
On each page is the name and date that the lesbian or bisexual character lived from and till.
The red pages signify the last LGBT deaths in the publication, and the white pages afterwards signify the LGBT characters that survived. The contrast is clear, and made clearer through the binding.
A book cover redesign for 'The Elements of Typographic Style' by Robert Bringhurst.
The cover design focuses on the elements of Helvetica and Arial.
This is a publication design outlining some of the most popular posts of 2014 from The Daily Street, an online company that shares post about streetwear, skate and current news.
The front cover of the publication is a four colour screen print, which emphasises the concept that the website and publication is inspired by the newspaper The Daily Mail.
The publication is bound using a coptic bind, which means each page lays flat - this was also inspired by the idea of a newspaper and the stock is 100gsm newsprint.
This is an app design based on the idea of alcohol amnesia. It's a lighthearted app that would take photographs for the users night out for a desired amount of time, meaning the user could then 'Outline' the occurrences of their previous night.