A whole museum branded from head to toe based on the extraordinary life of the circus. The outcomes include the museum's typeface, its editorial style, and all designs to bring its concept to life.
The Circus is a spectacular, magical experience for everyone.
A breathtaking parade of extraordinary performers and over the top acts. Ballyhoo is defined by the dictionary as hype or exaggerated publicity, and was used in circus slang to describe the formation of a figure-8 spotlight to attract the audience’s attention before the beginning of a show. A whole museum was designed aiming to offer each visitor a unique and unforgettable taste of what circus life is really like.
Branding, Editorial Design, Typography
YOUR BRAND NEW PAL
A campaign promoting the traditional idea of having a pen friend to children.
Target Audience: Children of ages 8-12
To communicate the desired message, a series of personality packages were created to help them on their initial communication with another child from a different country. 'Your Brand New Pen Pal' is a government program sponsored all over the world, taking place in various schools.
The box includes information on how to use it, suggestions of what you may include in it to be send to your new friend, and personality traits listed on its side for the children to pick and tick to represent themselves.
Advertising, Illustration, Packaging
HOOK & BAIT
Ted is going to Thailand: A promotional campaign for the Ted Baker store in Bangkok, Thailand, combining the idea of going fishing with the visual language of shadow theater.
Emily Dickinson's 'Nature is what we see' poem in the form of a limited edition artistic book.
The project combines crafted type, paper cutouts, photography and digital work, bringing together different mediums to express Dickinson's melancholic world.
Editorial Design, Typography
Rebranding Shakeaway (http://www.shakeaway.com/).
The concept is based around chemistry and the idea of a Milk Lab, where every and each one of us can mix our own milkshake. With about 100 flavors to choose from, a variety of toppings and energy boosts, each shake is unique.
Branding, Graphic Design
An Alphabet inspired by things lost and found in metaphorical and literal sense.
The Letter forms are shaped by everyday things: flowers, mirrors, clock parts, cutlery and many more. Each letter has its own story, making the collective typeface a group of different visuals that are coming together under the concept that it's 'the little things that matter the most'.
Corney & Barrow is a well established chain of bars and restaurants operating exclusively within the City of London. Now wishing to expand into new territories, C&B is launching a transport concept bar and restaurant under the banner of ‘Cabin’. The name signals its intention of being a haven of peace and tranquillity in a world of fluorescent tubing and flame grilled fast food.
Cabin's feel follows the romantic nostalgia of earlier train travel and storytelling. It combines vintage type, a variety of colours and a series of quirky narratives leading back to the restaurant's menu, triggering your imagination and appetite.
Branding, Editorial Design
BOOK OF NONSENSE
Edward Lear's famous book of Nonsense, illustrated for children.
Target audience: Children of ages 7-11.
I strongly believe that each book has its own personality. For this one each verse was designed as an individual image, but still had to work with the others as a whole composition as well, so that when children open the book, they get one harmonically continued image.
Editorial Design, Illustration