Crabtree & Evelyn Honey Packaging
Comes in a set of honey sticks and honeycomb. Creating the marriage of the classic C&E packaging, while breathing new life into the design, the work features beautiful patterns of honeycomb mixed with larger diamond shapes with a die-cut in order to see the product's natural beauty. The packaging also comprises of glittered bee illustrations, as well as an array of typography to accommodate French and English. Kindly Note: School project.
"Stanley Kubrick: The Ultimate Trip" BluRay & Booklet Packaging
How to make homage to the great Stanley Kubrick's work? Inspired by some of his most famous imagery in 2001: A Space Odyssey The box's design is a modern monolith of stars, marked with the phrase travel well, we'll see you on the other side hidden within the stars. A die-cut in the iconic clockwork shape from Kubrick's film A Clockwork Orange allows one to slip out the inner box, also adorned with galaxies and a panel revealing information about the box set, as well as a photograph containing symbolic items from each of the featured films, and a quote from Kubrick written in tape reading, 'However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light'.
The box contains four BluRay discs, as well as a booklet of Kubrick's imagery and visually interpreted graphic design work.
The task was to create an entire entertainment company's corporate identity and applications. I wanted to take this in a different direction from the standard grungy MTV or Much Music logo, and designed an identity that comprised of several different meanings: Communication, the art of music and colour, energy, and social communities.
This was applied to letterhead, business cards & envelopes, a USB drive, a website & web shop, a promotional pamphlet featuring concert photography by Sofia Ajram, a CD/CD case with poster, and an iPhone cover sticker.
Zombie Survival Guide: A Guide to Surviving Montreal's Mile End
Taking a twist on the standard 'guide' given to tourists, this was a booklet created under the intention of helping those in the Mile End sector of Montreal in case of a zombie apocalypse. The booklet, upon your retrieval, has already been scribbled in, ripped at, and torn apart to reveal layers of stories of those who have lived through these horrors. Oh yes, and a map, and some (actually) useful information about places to visit, of course.
Graphic Design at Dawson College Booklet
This enormous booklet aims to envelop you in the world of the student designer. It is both extremely informative as well as a rabbit-hole of design twists and turns to reveal information about studying graphic design at Dawson College in Montreal. Each area of study has a different design, and the cover is blank with a tiny tab, reading 'open me up', in an Alice In Wonderland fashion of pulling you down the rabbithole.
Gavin Potenza Interview
A collaboration with the wonderful illustrator and graphic designer, Gavin Potenza using his imagery in the form of tarot cards, revealing some Q&A about the mysterious design guru.
Make Something Cool Every Day
A personal project embarked upon for a month's time: within the span of each day to design something cool, something different, something beyond your own boundaries. Here are some of the results.
Adrian Frutiger Fibonacci Poster
The three-part poster designed as an homage to designer and typographer Adrian Frutiger, using only his typefaces. A twist: Everything must be in increments of the Fibonacci sequence. Typesize, kerning, grid placement, colours, etc. Above is the result.
A Walrus in Wonderland
For this book design, we were given a letter (The letter "W") and were to create a multi-media book cover. Read more...