This is my winning design from the Adobe Creative Jam held in Auckland, New Zealand. Four other selected designers and I were given 4 hours to come up with a concept to be used on a new beer from the Outlier Cartel, called Kekulé’s Dream.
A project I did for 36 Days of type where my aim was to create one interactive letter per day. Interactions were live, and created in the Principle App.
A collection of some personal and commercial logos.
This was a personal project that aimed to visualise my identity, and consolidate my ideas as a designer. I love black and white, yet I also love vibrant colours so created a brand that was adaptable enough to let me mix n' match things around while still retaining a strong identity.
This is an assortment of lettering and typefaces that I've created.
The work is a mixture of the functional, the experimental, and the weird.
The aim was to create one icon a day, one hundred times over. Each one reflected an element of my day, be it what I had for lunch, what I wanted for lunch, or maybe even the weather.
36 days of type is a yearly call inviting designers, illustrators and visual artists to share their view on the letters and numbers from their alphabet.
This year I decided to participate in a way that would enable me to explore my own style and develop my skills. I did one letter a day, each building off what I had learned or tried from the previous day. The aim was to not set myself any size, colour or style constraints and see what happened! This is what I ended up with.
You can watch the video ones on my Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sambunny_/
The modern-day classic children's picture book 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' by Eric Carle, which has been loved by many generations of children world wide, is now translated into te reo Maori.
With the same beautiful illustrations and dye cut pages as the original book, the te reo Maori translation retains the humour and quirky character of the little caterpillar and simplicity of the story.
This book is a great way to learn first words in te reo Māori in a story format that teaches the days of the week, numbers and counting, and names of some foods.
Radius is a simple geometric sans-serif typeface created modularly with quarter circles and squares.
Now available from HelloFont http://www.hellofont.com/vfonts/311