Services: Brand Identity , Illustration, Web Design (in progress)
Recipes For Self-Love (RFSL) is a resource created by Alison Rachel Stewart. It takes the shape of a popular Instagram page and an online store with products like prints, postcards, stationery and a book released in April 2019 available worldwide.
RFSL is motivational in it’s gentle encouragement for us to challenge and disrupt oppressive power structures that exist externally as well as the ones we’ve all internalised; such as unrealistic beauty standards and inferiority complexes like imposter syndrome.
To embody the qualities of RFSL, The identity is approachable whilst still having a strong presence. The brand colours and logo are sophisticated with a nod to play.
This identity was done in 2018 and I am currently working with Tayo Kopfer on the website, to be launched later this year.
Services: Editorial design
Created by Malala Yousafzai, Assembly is an online platform for girls and young women around the world to share their thoughts, challenges and accomplishments — and for all of us to learn from this new generation of leaders. This year Malala Fund decided to make a print edition of Assembly, filled with articles, essays, stories, photos and illustrations that were published online during their first year.
I, along with Tyla Mason, worked with Malala Fund to bring the print edition of Assembly to life. We were tasked to create a free-form and youthful layout that could relate to young women around the world. We made the print publication feel like an illustrated journal where the readers would be able to revisit this edition and discover new things with each rereading.
Design by me, Illustrations by Tyla Mason.
Designed in March 2017 for Feat Socks co, these socks are a celebration of women. A little reminder carried by your feet that we, as women, need to stand together. We must love each other, support each other, lift each other up, defend each other, hold each other & empower each other - it will only make us stronger!
I was asked by Something Good Studio to create a limited edition print for their Girls Club Gallery, a carefully curated online print shop.
I grew up in a little village in South Africa called McGregor, I always had ducks, and now I live in an apartment in the city. I miss them terribly, so I decided to do an illustration of me and a duck, to make me feel better about not having them around.
This is my work in progress and the final print.
Print: High quality Giclée print (archival inkjet print)
Paper: Felix Schoeller True Fibre 200gsm
A print series done for fun, Illustrating the conflicting emotions that come with a Sunday. The Cat illustration was turned into a pin by Ghost Goods.
Illustrations to accompany poems for a poetry book that never got published 👀
Nina is a lifestyle brand that centres around handmade pieces. Comfortable, casual elegance in the form of brushed cotton shirts, flattering dresses, linen dungarees and tie-dye plant pots. I created Nina's brand identity and worked with Tayo Kopfer on the website.
Illustrations done over this year.
Logo and illustrations for Alwyn, a Unisex Feminine streetwear brand.
Just some Gifs
Identity for Together, a company that works in three different fields; civil society organisations, the film industry and events.
Together explores the relationship between mindfully curated spaces, the trends of youth culture and the importance of an expanding global consciousness.
The logo is Inspired by Aesop's ‘The Tortoise and the Hare.’ Everyone is different and have different strengths. It’s good to be individually brilliant, but If you don't work together and harness each other's core competencies, the outcome could be poor.
The logo doesn't directly symbolise togetherness, but when you look at the logo and the word together, you are easily able to draw the connection.
Book cover design for Rahla Xenopoulos, done whilst at Jane Says Design in 2016.
"It is Ibiza 1997 and rave culture is at its peak. A period of dancing and hedonism forges an unbreakable bond between six friends: an unshakeable tribe is formed. Sharing a deep connection, their dependence on one another will intensify over the years, until one member’s flirtation with death shatters their group. Twelve years on, the tribe reunites for an intense and claustrophobic week at a luxury game lodge in South Africa. As each of the friends battle to come to terms with their present and their shared past, old resentments come to the fore, exposing guilt, and respinning their complicated web of relationships."
Designer and Illustrator: Emma Philip
Creative Director: Victoria Jane Peter
Agency: Jane Says Design