A bit of typography indulgence on this modern take on West Side Story
An incredible project for an illustrated children's book on Edward "Weary" Dunlop. Thanks to Kim and Cat from Random House for this great opportunity!
A bit of type for the header illustration for Creative Mornings. The theme for this months talks around the world was Chance. Super fun project, thanks CM! Shout out to Flyn Tracy for hooking me up with this one.
Commission for a logo and poster for a new music festival in Berry NSW. This was pulled at the last minute by the client.
A commission for refresh of Hemmingway's based novel - A Moveable Feast. Those who've been will spot a rough map of Paris.
This one is quite close to my heart. The team at Bold-Inc. in Sydney asked me to help them out with a label for the port bottles they'd send out in place of the usual Xmas wishes card. Jon and Jarrod had came up with a fantastic design concept, I merely implemented it on a label, the rest is all them. Check out www.bold-inc.com to see more of their work.
A bit of type and illustration for packaging work with the team at Bold-Inc. Thanks to Pam and Jarrod for getting me onto this great brief!
3rd in the series so far, Feeling her a little more surreal this time.
Had to do Australia's most famous beach in the series!
Finally done! The Coogee vintage style travel poster. Only a couple beaches left now!
The first of a series focusing on some of my favourite suburbs around Sydney with a vintage travel poster twist. Plenty more to come.
Another series I'm working on just for kicks. These will be based on some classic songs.
A few little digitised sketches around Surry Hills.
Odd one out? This one was a commission for another great spot.
Darling street to the City. Balmain...
Mixed media illo for the Little Red Riding Hood in the spirit of Roal Dahl.
Another in the series of vintage posters. This time Manly beach gets it's go at sunset.
Makes sense to include one of the oldest suburbs in this vintage series.
A little more spec work. This was done when I was in college for a comp. It didn't go through but I still really liked the work so here it is!
A few illos for a trial rebrand for surfboard shaper Gunther Rohn.
Looking at Potts point for this addition to the series.
Playing around with Tria Letraset rendering markers.
Another play with markers.
First of a series featuring this faceless girl with an umbrella.
Another session of playing around with watercolours and Adobe Photoshop.
Maybe it's the red cloak and hood that plays so well in any image but I just love illustrating this story.
2nd time around. "Paris is always a good idea!"
A bit more of a graphic take on the topic.
Some quick personal work.