Design and Illustration of Signage and Infographics, representing the different syndicates (rooms with combined year groups). With the Totara Tree as metaphor a large three-panel design displays the school structure in icons and images with the use of little words.
Infographic design and drawing for Enviroschools. This is made into a poster and shows in an illustrative way the Wairarapa’s water sources and supply network.
Atuatanga is a project resulting in a range of publications, a ‘manual’, printed and digital, illustrated books, website and videos. Māori culture emerged from interactions with the atua so this resource could be used as a foundation from which to branch off into learning te reo, history or many other subjects that are important to the culture.
Four topics cover together the cultural history of the Wairarapa from Hamua’s life onwards, one of the first people who lived in this area. I designed a series of four books each covering one topic. The books are A5 in size and aimed at college students and older.
Complete branding of a new cosmetic clinic in the heart of Wellington.
Designs of Tee shirts for adults and children. I designed a dedicated kowhaiwhai to be used on the adult shirts whereas for the kid shirt I worked with a child drawing of a kiwi bird.
Both type of shirts were printed in a range of different colour combinations.
Post settlement trust for a combined iwi, symbolising the unification of two entities and the character of their region: from mountains to sea. A range of publications followed for which I created the
concept & design, illustration and photography.
Custom typeface design – Bird is the Word – a collection of numbers, upper and lower case characters optimised for Māori language. Used for project Illustrated Childrens Books
This event had the theme ‘get involved and who knows’. I created all the photography, posters, ads, e-news, social media, leaflets etc.
For the Lighthouse Track at scenic Castlepoint I designed and illustrated a range of signs with natural, cultural and geographical information. The signs were to be withstand the salty and stormy conditions and had to blend in nicely with the environment.
I designed this interpretation sign about the massive volunteering work Forest & Bird has been doing on Matiu/Somes Island in Wellington harbour.
Series of twelve illustrated children books for Early Childhood and Primary education. Each published in two versions English and te reo Māori.
I took care of the Illustrations and Graphic design in a variety of styles and illustration techniques. Also a dedicated typeface design was part of the project.
Design of a series of interpretation signs to raise awareness about the cultural and historic value of the Old Government Buildings in Wellington; the largest wooden building in the Southern Hemisphere.