Store Design for ‘Sass & Bide’ (2011) This is a model for a concept store for the brand ‘Sass & Bide’ which was made to the dimensions of a vacant site in Melbourne central. I played up on the geometric shapes used in a lot of ‘Sass & Bide’ textiles to created a simple yet effective looking store design.
Store Design for ‘Diesel’ (2011) I was to create a new storefront for the brand ‘Diesel’ for a new concept store. I wanted the storefront to look true to brand so made it very grungy and industrial and that is the look Diesel has created for itself. The concept storefront also incorporated reusing items such as bottle and concrete to create the front shape of the store. My main inspiration was taken from the documentary ‘Garbage Warrior’
A stained glass design for ‘Lululemon’ (2011) I was asked to use the lotus leaf shape to create a stained glass design for s store from for the brand ‘Lululemon’. Working with a cool colour palette was also part of the brief.
Store Design for ‘Bonds’ pop up store (2011) The brief was to create a pop up store using a shipping container to promote a new ‘Bonds’ swimwear range. I created a highly innovative layout using the shipping container.
Graphic work vectorizing a photo (2010) From a photo I vectored the image by tracing it in illustrator and created all the small details that made up the image. This was my first work with illustrator.
Photostyling shoot with a photographer for female and male apparel (2011) Photographer: Joshua Vincent Models: Emily Dornbusch & Jesse James I gained inspiration from a quite Native American look with neutral tones and the natural habitat. Making the female model the main selling point I styled her in soft colours in contrast to the males darker tones.
Photostyling piece for conceptual photography (2011) I created this piece to look more so like a pattern or a piece of graphic work then a photograph. You are not truly aware of what the shapes are or what they could be made of and that was my intention.