Science fiction spread: this double page spread was designed with a focus on illustration and typography to suit an existing article. The article I chose was about the most popular science fiction books being offered in a kindle format.
After creating concepts with aliens, an alternate universe futuristic city and others, I settled on this one with a robot relaxing with a kindle in his hands. The type was inspired by 1950's science fictions movie posters.
Catalog Design: One of the concepts I created for Living Lighting's fall sale catalog.
Beam Bean was an app I created when I took UI Design at Brainstation Toronto. The objective is to deliver coffee from nearby coffee shops to nine to fivers, as quickly and efficiently as possible, via drone! The concept was inspired by 1950’s films and design.
Included are some of my sketches, favourite screens and landing page.
Poster 1, “The Man Who Wasn’t There”: A friend and I assigned each other films to watch in order to redesign their original posters. I was given The Man Who Wasn't There, a black and white modern film set in the 1940's. (The one with George Clooney, bud).
Poster 2, “Bladerunner”: This project's objective was to redesign a classic cult's poster for a 20th anniversary edition, with something symbolic from the storyline rather than a generic look. I chose the unicorn in this case, since it was in a pivotal scene at the very end of the movie. I used a dark navy background with white specs to represent the constant dark look and feel throughout the film.
Menus + Flyers
A postcard created to promote my class' grad show.
This was a challenge to not only create cohesive book covers that would make sense as a trilogy, but also to use type creatively to convey what the books are about.
In-store promotions, hoarding, and e-mail newsletters
Select pages from the teacher's guide for the kids' book You Are Stardust by Owlkids.
Posts and cover photos created for social media such as Instagram and Facebook