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Javasploitation

“Javasploitation” is a series of six¬†of illustrated labels that satirize the history and practices of the coffee industry. The labels reference the visual language of coffee labels typically found in popular coffee house franchises. Bright cherry colours and expressive designs attract the eye to an otherwise dark message. There is a theme of generalization which is present in the designs.
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Ingrid & Minka

A vectorized illustration style is used to exaggerate the proportions of these two female characters who each assume the role of a stereotype. Large heads and small bodies draw the viewer into their eyes, which say the most about who they really might be.
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Treasure Fish

In this digital painting, a fish steals a string of pearls from an unknown origin. The pearls could be mistaken for bubbles and the iridescence of the pearls are reflected in the scales of the fish, reflecting on a subtle theme of symmetry. The fish might be stealing back what rightfully belongs in the underwater world.
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Sydney Opera House

This poster is an illustrated homage celebrating the architectural details of the iconic Sydney Opera House as well as the travel ads of the early 20th century.
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How We Went To Mars

This promotional package was created for Black Box Productions for their one-man theatrical show, “How We Went To Mars,” based on a short story set in the Victorian era by Arthur C. Clarke and preformed at the 2011 Montreal Fringe Festival. The design quotes the visual language of Victorian print ads, and uses a duo-tone colour scheme as well as large slab-serif fonts. The package includes a colour poster, press kit and promotional bookmark.
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