Gift company Ohh Deer held a competition via Instagram to create a design for their Papergang stationary subscription box. The open brief asked for a design for the box cover, gift wrap, a desk pad, pin badge, and coaster (Left to right) The theme of Africa was chosen due to research finding that for every 4 Papergang boxes sent out Ohh Deer proudly gives money to plant a tree with Tree Aid.
Personal drawings inspired by a hobby of independent fragrance collecting. Drawings depicting favorite notes in perfumes.
Green Burial Awareness
A series of posters illustrating the impact embalming chemicals have on the environment. The images aim to raise awareness of such a harmful, yet widely excepted process and instead encourage people to opt for an ‘environmentally responsible burial’. The posters suggest people to visit The Natural Death Center website; an organisation that provides information on how to plan a natural woodland burial.
Anti Drunk Harassment
Campaign images highlighting the problem of sexual harassment in bars and clubs.
Histology Skin Awareness
An external brief set by Leeds based design studio Elmwood. An open brief with an objective of a hand made outcome for a commercial and/or charitable purpose. Illustrated are images taken from photos of histology slides; microscopic samples of tissue used for research and diagnosis. They have been printed onto fabric for people who suffer from skin conditions and have to buy certain clothes and bedding. The images have been drawn in a way to be decorative and something you can be proud to own. They are designed to be a celebration of skin. Objects that raise awareness whilst removing stigma.
Colony Collapse Disorder
Self initiated drawings of bees. Inspired by Vanishing of the Bees, a documentary centered on the sudden disappearance of honey bees from beehives around the world, caused by the poorly understood phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder or CCD.
Recipe Editorial Spread
A Victoria Sponge illustrated recipe and hand lettering for a spread in a food magazine.
Editorial Illustrations highlighting the act of Phubbing. Phubbing is a term created by the combination of the words phone and snubbing. It refers to a person interacting with their phone rather than interacting with a fellow human being.
Things no one told me before Fresher's Week - Zine
A revisited brief after initially being tasked to create a narrative on initial thoughts of moving to the city as a student.