Gillian was drawn to the sacred geometry of the Flower of Life during her life changing experience in Bali, where she tuned in and mapped out the life she deeply desired.
Sacred geometry believes that all life is part of a divine, geometric plan. A flower starts as a seed. It's nurtured in soil and when it is ready it will come through the soil and start to grow and bloom.
Gillian’s branding needed to embody her continued expansion beyond being a yoga teacher and encompass her amazing ability to help others find their true calling. The earthy blues blend into one another, representing flow and lightness, matching Gillian’s approach to providing guidance and wellness.
Sharan Kaur was changing careers to become an interior designer. The Sanskrit word ‘Sukha’ resonated with her background and directly translates to ‘good space.’ She wanted to incorporate the Libra triangle air sign and was drawn to a rich emerald green.
I liked the idea of the Libra symbol and interiors being one in the same: both need to balance, to be connected and in harmony, which the mirrored triangle pattern on the back represents.
I saw this project through from beginning to end, sourcing three different print quotes, obtaining samples, suggesting a card weight and copper foil finish.
Children's clothing branding
RAPT + HELD is a collection of handmade clothing for children, designed and produced by Toronto-based maker, Logan Wilson. Easy to wear pieces marry the playful sophistication of African Dutch wax textiles with clean Japanese lines.
Logan’s inspiration for the brand name and the look and feel of the logo all stem from a pair of hands. The hands that hold a child, comfort them and that make their clothes with care and attention to detail.
I sketched out several concepts that represented the spirit and comfort of the label, which eventually led to a hand lettered rendition with a hint of a cheeky smile.
Tall Tales Sri Lanka is a Colombo based design label founded in 2014 by two sisters with a desire to walk alongside their mother, Sally and champion her local mental health charity, Nest. Net proceeds from the sales of Tall Tales supports the work of mental health and development in Sri Lanka.
Beautifully illustrated greeting cards are all designed by Sally, unveiling enchanting tales of tropical paradise.
Tall Tales were looking for a hint of Sally's designs displayed on the envelopes to give them a second life.
I used Sally's original illustrations to create three different patterns.
Simple GIF about me, experimenting with illustration and motion graphic.
Chrome Builders were looking for an identity that represented the quality of their property maintenance, renovation and clearance business whilst evoking a sense of familiarity/friendliness.
The branding needed to be classic but contemporary, easy to read, clean and bold enough to grab people's attention online or on the side of a van.
The solid, monotone lettering represents the strength, reliability and confidence of the company alongside the 'building block' patterns that exhibit durability and consistency.
Small business identity
May Dixie is a milliner that designs and makes hats for both men and women. May's hat's are one off pieces that can be worn every day or for special occasions.
She prides herself on her high quality craftsmanship, attention to detail and use of amazing materials. May wants to provide her clients with a beautiful hat that will last a lifetime. They may wear it only once but will always treasure it. Or they may wear it every day and it will become like a second skin.
The brand needed to embody May's craftsmanship, attention to detail and use of unique, high quality materials.
All original photography.
Identity and packaging design for a bakery
Representing its authenticity and all natural ingredients, this local boutique bakery is dedicated to the craft of baking bread.
The Bake Haus logo embodies the home-made quality of bread produced in-store, ensuring the customer can rely on locally sourced, top notch ingredients, with the fitting motto of: 'In Bread We Trust.'
All original photography.
Headmast and iPad magazine design
'For The Love Of' is for a digital publication that shifts its focus each edition, covering all types of artistic interests and passions including Creativity, Photography, Art, Fashion, Food and Film.
The world provider of colour systems with the most accurate and widest selection, Pantone wanted a collection of postcards representing famous icons over the past 50 years to celebrate this milestone.
The brief called for only two colours per postcard, a simple design with basic text and graphics.
Identity for digital talks event
Step away from the screen to learn about all things on screen. This digital talks event boasts speakers, workshops and networking opportunities across all areas of the creative industry.
Festival identity concept for Bushwick, NYC block party.
After failing to find a cold, healthy beverage with nutritious benefits and no added sugar, a naturopath spotted a gap in the market. This sparked the idea for 'Zen'; a togetherness of body and mind; bringing the body back to a natural state.
The natural flow of the watercolour pattern is balanced by the even block lettering against a clean, white background, thus creating a bold, eye-catching display that would stand out on any shelf.
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