The surfwear and boardwear company permits customers to design their own board, creating a unique experience for each surfer.
The color palette and the bubbly graphics represent the ocean at its ideal state - a calming flow. Meanwhile, the other geometric shapes embody the occasionally sharp reef and the immense force of waves.
This poster, designed for the refurbished Polaroid Sun 600, mimics the washed-out look of an instant camera’s film. The wooden packaging connects to the product with Polaroid’s signature color bands.
Parov Stelar Magazine Spread
Parov Stelar, an Austrian musician as well as former painter and graphic designer, is featured in this magazine spread. The design mimics his art pieces, contrasting the elegant woman with the dripping paint. The image (a screenshot taken from the Demon Dance music video) was printed on watercolor paper, giving a textured and grunge look to the spread.
1st Iteration - gouache on photograph, printed on watercolor paper.
2nd Iteration - print on watercolor paper
Mirrormask Movie Poster
Mirrormask is a fantasy movie which portrays a teenage-girl undergoing a constant battle with herself and the outside world. This poster emulates the eerie dream-world she enters, as well as the contradicting personas.
This poster represents fire and water, which are elements I consider equally beautiful and dangerous. As the sun touches the water, a balance is achieved. Through these aspects, I have found peace within nature and myself.
1. cure, remedial treatment
2. healing, healing power
Medela’s branding system consists of eight chalcedony mineral coasters and three quartz pendants. The aequorial colors of the product and design mirror the remedying nature of the minerals.
Smiled Squared Advertisement
This advertisement promotes Smiled Squared (toothbrushes), a social enterprise whose mission is to inform and provide aid to children globally about oral hygiene. For every toothbrush bought, one is given to a child in need.
Minerva Bath Oils
Oil pastel illustrations of vervain, argan and seaweed give a warm approach to the texturized paper that was used for the background. I was inspired by ancient Roman mythology to create my brand name: Minerva. The three exotic extracts exfoliate, rejuvenate, and relax the skin, which commemorate the goddess Minerva’s healing and magical capabilities.
A typographic fiction book in collaboration with Daniel Kagan, Christina Park, and Lucy Traver. Starting with Letra set thumbnail compositions, our theme encompasses natural disasters in a chronological order, with each spread printed on a darker card stock page.
The book cover shows a design resembling a finger print, as a symbol of the remains of a disaster. This icon was laser-cut onto black cardboard, and the pages were perfect bound.
A Typographic Experiment
Collaboration with Daniel Kagan, Christina Park, and Lucy Traver
This duplex poster represents an exhibition titled Light Show in the Auckland Art Gallery in New Zealand. The images below show how the poster works both as a static poster and a lighting installation.
The process for this project began with a printed abstract picture, then the text was laser-cut into the paper. Yellow, green and red translucent plastic sheets were then taped to the back of the poster.
The installation requires the poster to hang from the ceiling, with a spotlight shining on it. Soft text and patches of color will appear in the background.
This 11x17 poster is created by deconstructing the lyrics from Desert Rose by Sting. A photograph overlay adds texture to the image and the scattered type complements the dreamy state of mind.
This 32-page book consists of 12 recipes bonding French and Eastern European cuisine. The larger image draws viewers in, leading them to short and straightforward instructions. The refreshing color scheme of the borders surrounding the images are taken directly from the photographs.
Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast is a tale about Belle giving up her freedom to live with a beast. As time goes on, she begins to see beyond his appearance and sympathizes with his pain.
White paint applied on bright red roses created this composition. Literal and figurative contrasts are developed: the aesthetic rose portrays beauty, juxtaposing the inorganic paint, describing the beast.
1st Iteration - Black marker on dried up roses.
2nd Iteration: With the help of an X-Acto knife, I carved out the title in individual fresh rose petals.
Final Iteration - Revised first iteration, with the use of white out onto fresh petals.