Magazine Design

A handbound and handcut magazine with some hand-drawn elements. Gave myself a whole day to do this process of binding an entire mag. Clamps, foldback clips, a pencil, blocks of wood, white thread, PVA glue, scissors, stanley knives, a butterknife (to score and fold paper of course), rulers, cutting mat, and a pair of steady hands did the job. I will get around to posting more photos of the final product and an interactive PDF of my magazine soon.

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Dream the World Awake

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A short visit to the  Walter Van Beirendonck exhibition one afternoon was pretty exciting. It had this creepy/eerie/’what the hell’ atmosphere with mannequins positioned in varying heights, some were as high as 15ft above the ground, some slightly hidden behind others and staring straight at you.  I didn’t know who Walter was ’til I got to the RMIT design hub (we were encouraged to go see the space for this week’s exhibition design homework….and I didn’t even know we had our own design hub oh my goodness). Beirendonck is a Belgian fashion designer who uses graphics, unusual color combos and humor to describe his own sense of style. If you’re in the city near RMIT go visit building 100. You might be inspired.

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Look at these two lovely folks. Can it get any creepier?

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Italian-esque

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Glad to be a part of this team. Really excited to see the design on a shirt!

Was a pleasure working with Panel Clothing

A right-brainer by day and occasional blogger by night, you've landed on a place where I live and breathe all things art, design, culture and fashion. You'll find me documenting my life in the creative field, endless travels with friends and family and a bit of food.

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