Series of illustrations created on Adobe Illustrator.
Re-brand concept for local restaurant. The idea behind this re-brand was to keep the brand clean, simple, friendly and memorable. The logo includes clean and bold lines with a small hilltop. This logo is designed in order to be re-sized, stamped, duplicated whilst keeping legibility and identity.
With this re-brand, I combined modern clean lines with hand-drawn illustrations to keep a friendly and homey feel.
In order to find an alternative form of material exchange and decrease ones personal and constant consumption of fabricated goods, I came up with a short and simple booklet to guide users to a more minimal lifestyle.
This alternative form of material exchange guides users through a booklet, which includes sample worksheets to try and start itemizing their possessions. Along with a booklet, there is also a DVD disc with a simple guide on how to use the booklet and tips on itemizing your possessions, and a poster/puzzle.
The booklet starts the reader off by itemizing all their personal possessions and qualifying them using categories like functional, keepsake, extraneous, frivolous, and/or by type. The next step is for readers to categorize everything they will need, and pack it into a 1.0m3 volume. A box of this dimension would be ideal but if you do not have one then use masking tape on the floor and wall to indicate the dimensions.
If one cannot fit all of their items into this volume then they have to release some of them back into the material economy/goods stream, in some form and manner. The user will identify the items and how they plan to release them.
2 functioning prototypes of lamps, inspired by honeycomb forms. The lamps were assembled by hand, cutting down materials with a circular saw, sanding, painting, etc.
1. Red ceiling lamp
2. Natural wood desk lamp
Journey map designed and illustrated for Westburne. This 11 x 17 document is a tool which allows their new clients to have a simple and easy guide to Westburne’s process.
This monthly luxury newsletter is distributed to households in certain areas within Ontario, targeting prospective luxury homes buyers. This monthly newsletter was designed for a team of Real Estate agents at Royal Lepage.
MIMIQ is a 3D printed jewelry line, which was designed and rendered on Adobe Inventor. These pieces were designed with biomimicry in mind, these designs were inspired by skin cells/microscopic close ups of skin.
This line includes a geometric and simple aesthetic, and is not targeted to a specific gender.
Promotional material and branding for band "Marceline"
This Fall/Winter 2016 look-book was created with another graphic design intern at Laura Siegel. Along with designing the layout and formatting, we also edited all the photographs included in this lookbook.
Apart from the look-book, we also created a foldout, and line sheet. Along with layout and design, I also illustrated a large quantity of the line drawings for the line sheet.
Abstract print. Digitally altered and skewed drawing of a cigar cutter.
This recipe book and guide is part of a series for the slow food movement. This specific Slow book has been designed for Canadian recipes, keeping local ingredients in mind. Our series currently includes books from United States, Italy, Argentina, Denmark and Chile, and is constantly expanding.
This book does not only include local slow food recipes, but it also includes facts and further explanations of specific ingredients, which are found in these recipes.
The ingredients marked in a light pink are interactive and lead readers to another page, which includes facts about the specific ingredients. ‘Slow Foodies’ is split up into 3 main sections; slow, slower, and slowest. The slow section includes recipes that take up to an hour, the slower recipes take from 2 to 4 hours, and the slowest recipes take 5 hours or longer.
This infographic tracks my overall caffeine consumption, my 3 favourite beverages are included. This infographic tracks my consumption of coffee, tea and maté, which displays my overall satisfaction with each beverage, as well as weekly average.
This poster includes a custom mash-up of 3 typefaces, visually communicating the quote "The wild and the wicked".
Background was done by hand, by playing around with an old envelope and scanning it. Done by hand to provide more realistic and "wild" visual effects.
Match boxes: made of wood (by hand), with cardstock packaging (cut by hand).
These 3 matchboxes were designed with honey combs as inspiration, each package contains 45 matches individually placed. The name of the product translates to "sweet little fires/flames" in Spanish. The bottom of the packaging includes a honeycomb maze. This item is meant to have a second life, being categorized as a luxury item which can be used for storage, or re-used/re-stocked.
Chroma Magazine, is a student submission fine arts magazine. The idea is for art/design students to have an easily accessible resource to use in order to display their work to employers, or any interested party. Chroma is intended to be a quarterly magazine, as well as student submission based.
These spreads include a featured interview, and artwork by the Greek artist Georgia Theologou, as well as photographs and an interview from Felicia Chong.
This networking map tracks my personal habits while commuting and listening to music, this information graphic displays both the duration and location of my personal music preferences, and habits.
While listening to my IPod, I was able to track my path via car and public transit. I chose to focus on 4 categories in relation to my trips and destinations: social, recreation, school and home.
This infographic shows the impact and shift in technology advancement.