PRINT & branding
Sistine Plastering Logo and Business Card
Was given the parameters of portraying high quality, luxury service and an image from this plastering company's Facebook page to work into a logo. Colours and typography used to evoke wealth, weight and permanence, as well as a white version for use on vehicles and appropriate stationery when that eventuates.
Alternate Movie Posters
A couple movie posters I made for fun and practice. Trying to push the design as far as possible while also keeping the themes of the movie in mind. I tried to tell a story with the poster for the movie her, leading the eye with the text and using hints of yellow to highlight. The other references a specific scene Unbreakable where in fact quite a bit of breaking happens, for the contrast. I used the text as a frame and suggested stairs in the background.
Dodger Logo system
Logo system for a popular YouTuber covering all the different names she uses, as well a new profile picture. I tried to get the feeling of her content through, which is playful, earnest and approachable. Also she really likes cats.
The profile picture is a redesign/update of an existing one that she seems happy with. I kept the idea but made it more dynamic and cartoony.
Jimages exhibition brochure
Brochure for a photographic exhibition focusing on surf and beach photography. Made bold colour choices to make the cover stand out, while keeping the images on a neutral background so they aren't affected by local colour relativity.
Blue Magic logo
Branding for an art podcast. Used existing branding as inspiration and gave multiple options. Because the brand will be seen 100% online I allowed myself full use of the RGB colour space. Text seen everywhere except concept 4 is custom hand-lettering.
Team Composition Physical Component
These are accompanying graphics for my team composition motion graphics video. The banner to the left summarises the information laid out in the video, while the poster below expands upon it and adds information on the interactions between the elements. These two are meant to expand upon and support the information in the video while also providing useful information if viewed separately.