Based off Lawrence David Kusche’s research book ‘The Bermuda Triangle Mystery – solved,’ this publication explores the infamous Bermuda Mystery situated in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean. It has been blamed for countless disappearances of aircrafts and ships dating back as early as the time of Christopher Columbus.
The publication is structured from a series of individual dates, when incidents of disappearances were recorded. Each date subtly forms the shape of a triangle, hinting on the idea that mysteries are never as clear-cut as they seem. The transparency paper on the reverse side depicts the various conspiracy theories associated with this area, from the more realistic to the plain absurd. Text is cut off on certain pages, forcing the reader to follow the guide and look at the back of the book in order to read the whole sentence.
The aim was to portray the Bermuda triangle through a different light, highlighting the beauty of mysteries and the unknown through its typographic interpretation.
New graphic identity for the 2016 Melbourne Cinémathèque was created through exploring the connection between graphic design, art and film. The idea of projected light and its unique visual experience was explored. Text was cut out of paper and light was shone behind it to create a projection, which became the basis of the identity.
The identity features an A2 poster and an A1 folded screenings brochure.
I just really, really like stuff, ok?
This is a publication based off Randy O. Frost’s research novel, ‘Compulsive Hoarding and the meaning of things.’ Our materialistically obsessed society loves objects; these tangible items that we fetishize over suddenly start defining our lives and the quality of it.
This publication is a story about a hoarder named Irene and the constant battle she faces with her love for materialistic things and her desperate need to declutter in order to live a happier and healthier life with her family. It forces us to question our own reasoning behind many of the things we like to keep. When does our love for our stuff become too much, that our lives are controlled by it?
Annual Report for the year 2015, was designed for Belfort Winery, celebrating 100 years of hard work and exceptional wine. Through the use of Illustrations, this report aims to celebrate not only the years that have passed, but also the many people who have contributed to its success.
Redesign of a new identity for Imprint Magazine, a quarterly magazine dedicated to fine art and print culture. The redesign reflects a simplistic, elegant approach to the magazine, with a greater emphasis on imagery. The aim was to give the magazine a contemporary edge in order to appeal to a younger, more diverse readership, while also preventing the alienation of its current audience.
The image, as well as the colour of the line, will change from issue to issue.
Purple Stains is an artist book that was created in reflection of the stories published on the amnesty international website about torture and its prevalence in our society.
Carbon paper was used throughout the book to create and reveal ‘the stains’ of the torture victims whose voices are silenced. The yellow paper goes through similar treatments of being burnt, cut, ripped, and abused to reflect the horrific reality of torture and its lasting implications on the individuals. The text was written with a typewriter and carbon paper.
All this publication asks, is for its readers to help ‘reveal these stains,’ the stories of these victims, in order to educate others about how widespread this issue really is.
The Enchanted Wood Series
Book cover designs for a children’s classic series, The Enchanted Woods by Enid Blyton. Each image created from linocuts, symbolises a particular element of the book as well as the magical transformative power of the tree.
Poster celebrating the 1980s NGV exhibition of George Baldessin's work, created as a study of the screen printing process. A brochure also accompanies the screen printed poster, documenting the step by step process taken as well as any problems that were faced.