Fat Wallet Book Design, Illustration and Art Direction.
The aim for this project was to make finance a more approachable and lighthearted topic. Education around the subject is crucial as it is a big part of modern survival. There are hundreds of illustrations throughout the book, sending its readers on a journey, paired with stunning photography by Ashley Church. Each section is colour coordinated making it pleasant for readers to switch from one topic to the next.
A bit more about the book itself:
"Where do you turn to get competent with money? Money is a core survival skill yet honest discussions about money and personal finance remain a social taboo. We receive little, if any, training in money mastery.
Fat Wallet is a quick reference for all things money. Geared toward young adults and useful for everyone, the book uncovers our unconscious beliefs and behaviours that influence our money decisions. Readers discover the steps necessary to becoming a great investor. Full of useful tips and advice from a successful businessman, the book covers all you need to know if you desire a more prosperous and fulfilling relationship with the money in your life. In addition to covering the basics of banking, saving, borrowing and investing, Fat Wallet includes an extensive lexicon where you can quickly look up terms often used in the money world."
Get a copy here.
Branding for a kids clothing store in Matakana NZ
Collection Sub Identity
Photography by Melissa Cowan
Branding & Collateral Design for a Wellington on a Plate event, with some of the finest craft beers, pies and chicken in Wellington.
Event photos courtesy of Garage Project.
Bottle label & illustration for a collaborative beer with cookie masters Moustache and craft beer guru's Garage Project.
Bottle images courtesy of Garage Project.
Monogram design for Melbourne based photographer Melissa Cowan.
Kirsty Bunny Management Brand & Website Design.
Contracted by and developed by Neighbrhood.
Flash has attitude, its a combination of craftsmanship and personal expression. A lot of Nina’s work plays on symbolism, and popular culture. The use of minerals and gems are also apparent in the aesthetic, with casts of Amethyst and textured gold pieces. If I were to make Flash into a persona, I’d say it would be a modern day Cleopatra, with a essence of hip-hop and boyishness. It is borderline couture as well as super accessible statement jewellery.
Branding, Packaging Design, and Art Direction.
Product Photography by Sean Aickin