Wouldn't it be nice to have something cool, refreshing but healthy at the same time...
For this project we created and designed an ice lolly for Innocent, Frozen Fruitical. Sticking with the simple and fun brand guidelines, we made sure this product would fit in along with the popular products Innocent already create.
Team members: Project Manager - Rita Sulaman, Copywriter - Benjamin Butler, Visualiser - Joanne Myvan Diep, Designer - Angela Hayrabedyan
innocent frozen fruitical ad
Expressive music packaging for Adele 21 album
I took photos of ink in water to show lyrical emotion, the bright colours shows the moods within the song lyrics
Penguin Book Cover competition 2013
Redesign book covers for The Big Sleep and The Wind in the Willows
These were my final designs, for The Big Sleep I decided to go with an Art Deco theme, because this story was written in the 1930's which Art Deco was popular.
For the Wind in the Willows I kept it simple with a simple illustration of Mr Toad on a subtle green, forest background.
Medway Cafeteria Wall Graphics
The Drill Hall is running a competition for students to produce a proposal for inspirational wall-based art work in the Archibald Hay Mess.
The Archibald Hay Mess
In 2010 part of the library was converted into a social learning/café space. The combination of original architectural features with state of the art ‘techno-booths’ provides a contemporary, light and airy feel. The space is aimed at promoting collaborative working in a more relaxed and informal setting, whilst also providing a space for students to take a break and have a snack. The café was named after Archibald Hay who was the youngest person to be killed in the bomb (see History below) which hit the Drill Hall on the evening of 3 September 1917. More info about Archibald can be found at http://campus.medway.ac.uk/library/about/files/Archibald%20Hay.pdf
My designs was inspired by a photographer Robert Parkeharrison, some of hisphotographs were based on flying and success, they were also humorous and quirky, which I thought would be a great starting to point to create designs which would inspire students to succeed.
My first design is of an elephant flying droppig books. The Archibald Hay mess has a history of planes and bombs, but thought this convery a negative message to the students and visitors. Instead I used an elephant flying high out of a flood of books to show success and quirkiness. An elephant? Why? I want grab the visitors attention to appreciate and look at the wall graphics rather than jus look and ignore it.
"An elephant never forgets"
I've used bright colours to make the cafe more colourful, as well as white space to let in mroe light. For the background I have used crumpled paper to give texture instead of a plain background (bacause it's boring to always see plain smooth backgrounds) Crumpled paper also has relations for rubbish (cafeteria) and students constantly always screwing up paper and throwing it away.
I put in a nice quote for students to read and inspire them with their studies
'Why I fell out of love with Facebook'
My dissertation this year was about how there is so much freedom over the internet allowing us to create fake/real identities. Are most of these online profiles real enough to trust? Who are we actually talking to online? What are the positive aspects of using social networks for the young?
Batiste Dry Shampoo
Make Batiste a must-have product for every beauty toolkit, appealing to new customers and engaging with existing ones.
Build four new graphic identities and fragrances that should fit in with the
current range but have stand out shelf appeal
Mi is a brand book I designed based on myself and my personality. The focus of Mi's identity is indecisive, modest, merry and sometimes clumsy too. Compared to other brand books, Mi is fun and simple, most brand books are strict and pretty boring to read, this brand is fun and unique.