The project ‘Paper Architecture’ was based on the building ‘Banksia Apartments’ by McBride Charles Ryan Architects. The Banksia Pod (which the building is based on) is a plant which sparked the idea of life and rebirth, as the seeds of the pod are only released once there is a fire. Following on from the idea of stages of life, ‘Paper Architecture’ used the concept of three distinct stages for Aboriginal people, who have experienced hardship, a lack of reconciliation and cultural pride. All text laser etched into the wood panels are quotes from songs by Aboriginal singer/songwriters.
Universal is Kingston Youth Council’s official magazine. You can check out the articles I’ve written, illustrated and designed for the Travel, Wellbeing and Heroes Edition. My articles can be found on pages 14-15 in the wellbeing edition here, pages 6-9 in the travel edition here, as well as pages 30-33 here and pages 17-22 in the heroes edition, here.
Esperanto is MONSU’s magazine run by students, for fellow students. I have created two pieces for Esperanto, one for their ‘Sex Edition’ in 2019 and another for ‘The Good Issue’ in 2019. You can check out the Sex Edition pieces here and the Good Issue piece here.
Lot’s wife is the Monash University, Clayton Campus official student magazine. I have completed two patterns for Lot’s wife based on inspiration from tiles seen in overseas mosques and churches.