Visual identity for the 2017 ArchiTeam Awards held by ArchiTeam Cooperative at No Vacancy Gallery. The awards celebrate their members' contribution to the Australian design community in a public forum, as well as creating an opportunity to showcase innovative and cutting edge design by Australia’s small practices to the larger architectural and design community, and the general public.
Project included identity design, exhibition catalogue, exterior and interior signage and digital assets.
Awards ceremony image by Tatjana Plitt
Small Practice in Community is a one day conference presented by ArchiTeam in August 2017. I designed the visual identity and surrounding collateral, including the program and digital assets.
Catalogue design for Bunbury Regional Art Galleries' retrospective exhibition of John Austin.
John Austin is a renowned photographer who calls Western Australia home, and is currently based in the South West. Known for working exclusively with fine silver-gelatine black and white prints, normally from large format cameras, his oeuvre covers a broad range of subject matter. Survey II 1994-2007 features a wide cross section of this work – from reportage and detailed documentation of the anti-logging protests in the South West in the 1990s, to his multiple ongoing series of landscape and portrait photography.
– Bunbury Regional Art Galleries, 2016
Smart Casual is a new artist run initiative in Fremantle, WA. They wanted a simple and contemporary mark that would work across various future collateral such as exhibition catalogues, flyers, invitations and applications. The design of the logo is derived from the unique shape of the gallery space as integral part of it’s identity.
Reception Project Space is an artist run initiative in Adelaide. They are a domestic gallery that hosts exhibitions and intimate performances in the home of the founders Melissa McGrath and Shoshana Rosenberg.
A logotype, business card, invitation card and signage were created for this project.
Cybec Electric, as part of Asia TOPA 2017, is a series of readings of new works from some of Australia’s most exciting playwrights held by Melbourne Theatre Company.
Designed at: Melbourne Theatre Company
Exhibition publication design for ‘Officeworks’, an exhibition curated by David Attwood that was covertly installed into an Officeworks store.
Carla Adams / Wade Taylor
Artists and friends Carla Adams and Wade Taylor were exhibiting separately at SpectrumProject Space (Perth) and came to me wanting a joint catalogue designed. Their exhibitions share similar themes, but have very different approaches and artworks. The catalogue is a double sided A5 booklet, each side including the artworks and an essay.
‘The Garden of Forking Paths’ is a publication exploring the possibilities and limitations of print and how the translation of information from print to web to print again shifts the perception of the content. How can we translate the fluidity and limitless experience of hypertext while still retaining the genuine nature of print? Can the printed book extend beyond traditional linear reading experience? Indepth research was undertaken to gain a thorough understanding of Hypertext and the different concepts and theories in history.
Exhibition publication design for Carla Adams' 2015 exhibition 'Maverick' at Moana Project Space, Perth.
Artist: Carla Adams
Physio & Co. is a new physical therapy group in Knox that provides physiotherapy, podiatry, dietetics and exercise physiology services to the local community.
They required a brand design that was fresh and modern and stood out against thestandard imagery in the healthcare market.
(website not designed by me)
'The Trilogy of the Black Monsoon' is Moana's second EP (available here), and is a cross collaborative project that involves the creative synthesis of of original music, visual art, video and theatrical live performance. It is one EP released in three parts, each with two songs that contrast mood and meaning.
Moana approached me to translate this concept into the design of the physical EP sleeve and disc, utilising the artwork of Kuba Kujawa.
Artist: Kuba Kujawa