A more elaborate approach to the average airline meal, this hand illustrated pattern was inspired by Japanese ceramics called Imari ware.
Restituo, meaning “restore” in Latin, is a high-end organic and natural skincare line catering to both men and women. Going back to our roots, as we once gathered and foraged for resources, the line combines basic and natural ingredients in a natural product line with a sophisticated presence. Considering that skin conditions and concerns can be similar across gender, the design direction focuses on promoting healthy skin with an inclusive look.
Considering the overwhelming popularity of international superstar Rihanna, this visual demonstrates how strongly the mogul is engrained in pop culture following her career from her first album to early 2018 as demonstrated through her financial success and accomplishments.
A change of brand identity for the wonderous Museum of Jurassic Technology, several elements were addressed to formulate a cohesive look and feel.
Store visualization of an existing small business called Sick Girls, based in Toronto, Canada run by two creatives, Natalie & Fox. The store was designed in a warehouse-like setting to give a street and grunge feel. Main materials are brick, industrial metal, cement, and repurposed wood.
Layout includes the sales floor, lounge area complete with books, comics, and figurines, a print and product workshop area, and a quick sales and cash wrap area that displays patches, jewelry, pins, and other small items.
Tumble is an innovative laundry experience that uses smart tag technology and IoT to identify fabric materials to create a more efficient and error proof system.
Identifying the pain point of discoloration and clothing shrinkage, the use of existing technology such as RFID tags allow the washer dryer system to communicate to one another, indicating what settings would be best to prevent any distortion.
This was a collaboration with Addie Hoffman for Nike Lab.
Lecture Series poster using only type.
Modernizing the fifty pound note.
A series of typographic posters made from unconventional objects. Carnation, Neon Glow, and Paper Foldz.
A labor of love, a subtle mix of science and art. This lamp was designed and made from scratch, laser cut and hand assembled.
Exploring the idea of an ongoing visual loop of various environments in stop motion.
Creative direction and artwork by Nadine Garcia, assisted by Madeline Loomis & Terrence Martin.
You have 30 shots, 60 seconds. What do you make? A dramatic pillow fight.
In order of appearance