This reimagined interpretation of Cenovis Vitamin and Mineral packaging plays homage to the simple and authentic look of 70s Australian design. The purpose of the project was to repackage a product in order to bring it to a new level of class and character.
This design focuses on the Melbourne International Coffee Festival. It was designed to speak to audiences of many cultures as the pictograms. The coffee mugs and cups have their own characteristics by the use of pattern and two colours, which essentially unifies the varieties.
The Tupperex Annual explores the financial year of this inventive kitchen storage company. Complete with infographics, simple charts and graphs and well as a delve into the companies most reliable workers.
Reusable Soap Packaging
By using a digitally printed scarf as this soap packaging, the customer is able to reuse it as a fashion accessory making for a minimum waste design concept. I have used the method of Japanese knot tie to enclose the soap, leaving the design no need for glue tabs or wastage material besides a brand sticker.
This task was all about creating a specific typeface for a trade, taking into consideration the trades uses, existing identity and other factors which contribute to the trades name. This typeface was designed for a Fitter and Turner, the almost perfect, rounded typeface is created using circles to mimic the motion and technique the turner uses.
Ansel Adams' technique and style is very influential, this project entailed using his aesthetic and subject matter, being nature, as inspiration to capture the detail and essence of the natural world around us. These two photographs focus on the ageing on trees and beauty in the natural deterioration process.
Sideritis Greek mountain tea is honest and natural, with this packaging design I wanted to create a feeling of health and honesty through simple colours and brown paper. The packaging in itself is folded, using one glue tab making for easy construction.