A flamboyant yet geometric experiment exploring gender and its stereotypical associations.
TRAIN DOOR, 2019
Inspired by a set of train doors on a V/Line train seen at Southern Cross Station.
Inspired by a trip to Samoa (and my Samoan heritage). A combination of the clarity and simplicity of sans serif type most often used in Samoa and organic curves representing the relaxed culture and natural environment.
A representation of the simplicity (and sometimes incomprehensibility) of the digital world. The legibility varies with different kerning. The different weights are designed to be combined with one another and impact on readability.
A typeface drawn for fun over Christmas on Milton Road experimenting with a compressed body height and application of spurs.
CINEMA HYBRID, 2018
Display typefaces inspired by cinema: the first by type used in western classics, the second by light / projection and the third being a combination of the first two.
EUCLID ALPHABET, 2016
Created to challenge the usual horizontal direction of text, the letterforms fit within a diagonal grid. The type can be set horizontally, vertically, diagonally or rotated.
STICK IT, 2016
Originally created by overlapping masking tape within a hexagonal grid. The angles and visibly overlaid strokes make the type appear three dimensional.
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