STICKER DESIGNS

Stickers are an important part of any marketing scheme for publication design.

The first sticker shown on the left is a little design I did for Mischief at the Milkbar (2012); one of my very first freelance designs.  The sticker was designed and printed to give away to patrons that visited the nightclub and also as an advertising campaign.

The second to fifth sticker designs are a group design; that I designed as apart of an assignment (2014)  for the Redy App that Bendigo Bank brought out.  The series of four sticker designs was designed as apart of an advertising campaign that shop owners could display in and around their shop windows.
The brief for this design was very strict with colour usage and type-faces; I also chose to have the stickers match the poster design (which is displayed on the flyer page).

 

 

 

 

 

 

clothing 

Another great passion of mine is being able to design graphics that have been screen printed onto clothing.
Displayed on the left is the design and the print.

• Art not vandalism (University Assignment) | 2014
• Ultimate European + Greek Islands Contiki Tour Jumper | 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

charlie's italian restaurant
takeaway menu 

Year: 2015

This was quite a fun design and very different to what I would usually design.  The client requested a bundle of designs (such as business cards, takeaway menu and drinks menu); the client was very open to the design options, just stating he wanted it to be modern and fun but to still maintain the "Italian" aesthetic. 
So I designed this, a tri-fold takeaway menu!
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHARLIE'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
Drinks menu 

Year: 2015

I absolutely love this design that I got to do for Charlie's! Its fresh, unique and has a vast variety of style to it - which is perfect for a drinks menu!
This is just a bi-fold brochure, so the front/back cover display the important information and the inside page shows all the drinks available from the restaurant.  I tried to use the same colour scheme as the takeaway menu as well as maintaining the authentic Italian scheme as well.