Stand Up! (internal pages)

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Stand Up! (internal pages)

Stand Up! (internal design) OK, now for some internals. These were a joy to work on – 32 pages in full colour, with a very open brief. For each issue tackled in the text (for example, Global Warming), there is a ‘for’ and an ‘against’ spread – each designed to be as persuasive as possible with emotive images. The student is challenged to see past all this persuasive stuff and identify the truth. We aimed to make every spread very different from the last, with lots of surprises and a bit of chaos balanced against usability. See what you...

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Stand Up!

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Stand Up!

Stand Up!   I loved working on this. Stand Up! is a book aimed at early high school students, and it encourages students to analyse and question the written word and highly polished or emotive images to discover the true message therein. This group of kids are so accustomed to slick visuals wherever they look, so we went for a zine feel with loads of layers and textures and organised chaos throughout! I did the cover and internals, plus illustration where...

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Museum in a Box – Bats

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Museum in a Box – Bats

Museum in a Box – Bats Aimed at primary school kids – these 2 panels are all about bats in Australia. The subject lent itself to a midnight blue background with a glowing moon. The panels are slightly larger than A3 and double-sided, and formed part of a pack of goodies on the subject curated by the Australian Museum. All sorts of 3D objects, books and other learning materials were put into a large metal box with the panels, ready to be loaned out to lucky schools as an educational experience. The panels were printed on vinyl with a metal...

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Museum in a Box – Catchments

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Museum in a Box – Catchments

Museum in a Box – Catchments These 6 panels are designed for high-schoolers. Slightly larger than A3 and double-sided, They form part of a pack of material on the subject curated by the Australian Museum. Water is a sensitive issue in Australia, and the earlier kids can understand the complex issues surrounding its management, the better. All manner of 3D objects, books and other learning materials were put into a large metal box with the panels, ready to be loaned out to lucky schools as an educational experience. The panels were printed on vinyl with a metal...

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Museum in a Box – Echidnas

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Museum in a Box – Echidnas

Museum in a Box –  Echidnas Aimed at primary school age – these 4 educational panels are all about the cuddly echidna. They are slightly larger than A3 and double-sided, forming part of a pack of goodies on echidnas curated by the Australian Museum. Loads of books and other learning materials have been put into a large metal box with the panels, ready to be loaned out to lucky schools as an educational experience. The panels were printed on vinyl with a metal...

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Museum in a Box – skeletons

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Museum in a Box – skeletons

  Museum in a Box – Skeletons Aimed at preschoolers – these panels all about skeletons, slightly larger than A3 and double-sided, formed part of a pack of goodies on the subject curated by the Australian Museum. All sorts of 3D objects, books and other learning materials were put into a large metal box with the 2 panels, ready to be loaned out to lucky schools as an educational experience. The panels were printed on vinyl with a metal...

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