Hopes and Beans, is a vegetarian/vegan cafe in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs.
After a brainstorming all things vegan pun, we decided on the name ‘Hopes and Beans’ not only a play on hopes and dreams and associations with coffee and lentil beans but also for a deeper reflection on hope. The cafe has made a conscious effort to employ staff with mental disabilities and disadvantages.
I stuck to design fundamentals, stripped it back and followed the path of simplicity, to reflect the nature of the business, incorporating basic illustrations to introduce a fun side to the branding.
Lesonic logo for a future DJ project based in the UK. Rolling brush script which would look at home sitting above an image of a girl in leg warmers on a VHS case. Shown in full colour ‘Schoolbook Sticker’ version.
Final chosen logo for the second series of Australian action/comedy TV series ‘Danger 5’. The new series, features a change in decade, to the 80s and the team required a period correct logo. The obvious choice shown here, full of bevels, airbrush look chrome and a lively brush script.
Personally can’t wait for this new series. Anything inspired by the 80s is of course awesome and these guys will pull it off perfectly. For anyone unfamiliar you can check the first 60s inspired series on youtube.
‘The Silver Ball’ typography for Harlot in San Fransisco. Shown here in closeup. Referencing Studio 54, early 1980’s New York Glam. Excessive use of light flares and the obvious use of Avant Garde as the secondary font keep the 70s disco hangover alive in this one.
‘The Silver Ball’ 11x17 final poster design for Harlot in San Fransisco. Referencing Studio 54, early 1980’s New York Glam. Excessive use of light flares and the obvious use of Avant Garde as the secondary font keep the 70s disco hangover alive in this one.