Client: Queenscliff Historical Museum Brief: Concept, design application and style guide for three stories forming the historical exhibition space. Outcome: The story of the Borough of Queenscliffe, curated by Lesley Alway, was presented in three themes; Origins and Environment, Creating Community and The Queen of Watering Places. The Queenscliff Historical Museum forms part of the newly built Wirrng Wirrng hub [...]
Client: Moving Pictures, Australia Raising awareness of dementia in people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds. Families & Informational Brochures Brief: Design of family characters of Arabic, Cantonese, Hindi, Mandarin and Tamil families. Application and design of multicultural and bilingual brochures. [...]
Client: Neami National Brief: Concept and layout of the two reports incorporating the theme 'Working Together' Outcome: A graphic solution using the organisation's colour palette that represents the positive outcome and achievements of Neami National's collaborations
Client: St. Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne Brief: Victorian Dual Diagnosis Initiative: Education and Training Unit training manual, and The Relationship Between Alcohol & Drugs and Mental Health - A Resource Book for Aboriginal Workers Outcome: Spiral bound manual and 8 page booklet (recently expanded to 12) incorporating the artwork of Joanne Dwyer.
Client: neaminational.org.au Brief: Design of Sustainability and Health Prompt banners, Health Prompt booklet, poster and Dl pamphlet. Outcome: Material for the organisation’s official launch of Health Prompt, an education resource for staff and people needing health support. Photo: Neami National CEO, Arthur Papakotsias and Theo
Client: The French Experience, a tourist accommodation business for visitors travelling to France Brief: To design an identity that incorporated TFE Director's favorite symbol, the 'li', apply to stationery and also present promotional material for visitors who book with the company. Outcome: After creativng the identity, we drew a series of Paris monuments that were used as secondary graphic elements [...]