Ideal for children's wear, homeware or stationary / giftwrap. This adorable zebra will brighten up your day.
Zebra Children's Print
Fun Alien Pattern for the Children's Market: Giftware, Homeware, Children's Wear, Stationary
Cute waddling ducks design with co-ordinates. Would make for lovely gift wrap, stationery or children's wear collections.
Branding / Logo Design
Local Neighbourhood Plan Group | Demographic: Residents of Little Hadham Village.
I am really proud to have been selected to create an identity logo and communications materials for the beautiful village of Little Hadham where I live. The group wanted something clean and professional that the whole village could be proud of and that would encourage everyone in the village to respond to their questionnaires and get involved in shaping the future of the area.
The key words that came out of my research were: Green, Peaceful and Connected.
The colour palette reflects the gorgeous leafy greens of the village and the simple, clean illustration style highlights the key features of the village whilst helping to capture the relaxed atmosphere.
I wanted to evoke a sense of connectedness, as the village has a great sense of community and also more literally, great transport links to London, Cambridge and the rest of the world with Stansted Airport just minutes away. So I used one long connected line to link up all the illustrations and give the sense of everything being interconnected.
Little Hadham Neighbourhood Plan
Identity/Logo Design for Little Hadham Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Group.
These illustration strips can be used along the bottom of communications, or letterheads, or broken up and used around a document.
Or with the heading stitched into to the middle it makes a great website banner.
Student Brief | Demographic: Young Families / Young Professionals
Villa Joyosa is a small town on the Costa Blanca in Spain. It is traditional, atmospheric and full of life. A new city identity and tag line were required, plus website and marketing material to encourage more young families and young professionals to visit.
Student Brief | Demographic: Film Fanatics
The brief was to come up with a film brochure for the upcoming BFI Hitchcock season. It was important to use some kind of interesting fold for the brochure that would really encompass the genre of the films.
Small Business Branding
Student Brief | Demographic: Young City Workers
I wanted to encapsulate the essence of the company with strong emphasis on the fresh, local ingredients used in their products. The brief also required a friendly quirky tone of voice that would talk about the fresh ingredients without taking itself too seriously.
Student Brief | Demographic: Young Start-ups
Both overfeeding and underfeeding are very bad for goldfish. HappiFish is a new type of fish food produced for fish that live in a shared space such as an office environment where nobody really knows if anyone has fed the fish or how much to feed them.
Goldfish are descended from the wild carp, which always used to be grey. Occasionally a mutation would occur producing a brightly coloured orange fish. The branding for HappiFish is inspired by the Buddhist monks in Japan who used to rescue these brightly coloured fish which would otherwise have been gobbled up quickly by predators.
I used traditional Japanese inspired patterns, the Japanese spelling of 'happy' and the bright orange of the colour of the monks robes to define the design of the packaging.
Student Brief | Demographic: Residents of Hackney
Hackney Council produce a community report each year for the residents of the borough. They wanted something rich and vibrant that really captured the feeling of the area whilst also being clear and easy to read.
Children's Picture Book
Student Brief | Demographic: 3-7 year olds plus their parents
The brief was to create a new kind of A-Z book aimed at young children who are learning to read. The publisher wanted a monster theme to appeal to small boys aged 3-7 who are often behind the girls in their reading levels, but something that would also appeal to girls and adults too. If the adult likes the book they are more likely to sit and read it with their child.