Selection of promotional material from DBF 18. Project included a festival programme, posters, social media graphics and website design.
A selection of posters
A selection of Illustration pieces used in various publications.
Identity and branding for a historic restaurant in Glasnevin, housed in a charming stone cottage which dates back to 1700. The Washerwoman is named due to historical accounts of washerwomen out on the hill with their mangles washing clothes in the Tolka river. The identity combines its historical origins and reinvention as a family restaurant.
The Woollen Mills
Identity and branding for The Woollen Mills an eating house located in an iconic former Dublin haberdashery which dates back to the 1800's. Located overlooking Dublins' famous Ha'penny bridge, the identity needed to reflect its wonderful heritage whilst announcing its entirely new direction as a restaurant.
Amores Wines is a specialist Spanish wine and spirit export company. The client wanted a unique identifier and a brand that could translate internationally. Their identity combines the companys' Jerez origins with their passion for all things wine. Work has also included a company dossier, two product catalogues and trade show material. All materials have been designed in both English and Chinese.
Identity and poster design for a company that organise pop-up markets around Dublin city.
MARY MOORE PODIATRY
Identity for a podiatry professional who really loves feet!
THE GOURMET VAPER
This project had its origins in my college thesis and kick started my career in Graphic Design, so I have to include it. After an extensive study into sexual health promotion in Ireland at the time, I concluded that what was needed was an open conversation about our nations sexual habits and a safer sex campaign that reflected this.
A series of ambiguous icons, representing various aspects of sexual encounters were used as conversation starters and safer sex reminders. Badges, beermats, postcards, flyers as well as an accompanying outdoor campaign and website were produced.
The "Do you choose it?" campaign was rolled out in Dublin and Limerick commissioned by Dublin Aids Alliance and the Red Ribbon Project in December 2005. I was working with form.ie at the time.
THE LEGAL EAGLE
Logo and branding work for The Legal Eagle restaurant and bar.