Branding for taco truck. Roll out to follow soon.
Go to Welcome to Thornbury to see the truck.
Flyer and book design for an exhibition at the Grey Area, Collingwood. Under the guise of B.B.Brasco.
Simple design to reflect religious connotations within the short stories, hand cut dust jacket with perforated folds and floral emboss.
The Shadow Electric project involved rebranding the business as well as creating a new look for their 2014 campaign.
The project was undertaken by The Books creative director Robert F. Coleman and copy writer/brand strategist Tom Alba.
The new look was based around the idea of a 'Religious Cinematic Experience'.
The goal was to create a brand that would have real street presence and true simplicity. Jake Turnbull and Robert F. Coleman lead the project. My involvement was in the initial brand creation and truck design.
Label for a collaboration with Matilda Bay Brewery to produce a limited edition beer.
The illustrations were based around the idea of anti-luck.
Identity created for the 2014 Australian Open. TAC is one of the main sponsors and each year they tailor a campaign for their sponsored sporting events.
Typographic posters for summer festivals.
For Play Melbourne creatives at Clemenger BBDO came up with an icon system to represent places and experiences in Victoria.
Me, Jay Chapman and Jake Turnbull illustrated over 120 icons.
Foto is a photographic group exhibition organised by Ady and Adair Lander held at Lamington Drive.
There are two seasons in here, I tried to tie the theme to an ever changing logo. Season one's theme was wood, hence the wood grain lens and season two was glass.
The Mercat presents Fancy Hanks.
Initially Fancy Hanks was only at the Mercat for 3 months so owners Mike and Kent wanted as much signage as possible without altering the structure.
We painted the front windows and a few select doors and bathroom signage.
Now the Mercat and Fancy Hanks are one.
Melbourne creative Robert F. Coleman's agency.
Bits and pieces. Vector and brush.
Crompton, toast and coffee. A concept restaurant serving many different toppings on toast. The shop is beautiful, deep in Richmond and the coffee is of the finest quality.
An identity created for TAC sponsored event Summersalt.
Branding for an Auckland waffle shop. Located in a shipping container in the CBD.
As a social element to accompany the DrinkWise campaign 'Drink responsively' we illustrated some of the unfortunate things that can happen when on the booze.
This project never saw the light of day. Canned in the final week leading up to the print deadline. But it was basically finished so here you go.
I illustrated and art directed this project. Something interesting to look at on bottle shop monitors while you wait in line.
Russel Fox art directed this spot with Adrian Lander behind the camera. I created the chalk board drawings.
A couple of illustrations from here and there.
Some direct mail for Mercedes Benz. Nice print job, spot varnish on the line detail.
Sean Robinson with Josephmark in Brisbane came up with this one. Illustrated at 24 hand drawn frames per second. I helped illustrate the animation and create props for characters to interact with.
Small projects and work that never saw the light of day.