Yokai are monsters in Japanese folklore. In traditional illustration and description, they are usually creepy and terrifying. This cute Yokai Collection will not scare the kids. Employing a Japanese cartoon style, I tried to portray the potential appearances of the yokai and depict them in a friendly-looking way. Yokai playing cards were in trend in the Edo period to the Showa period. This Yokai Collection captures the world of yokai in a more modern manner, with a taste of the 60-70s. Have a look of this Yokai Collection to know more about the mysterious creatures.
identity design 2016
font design 2016
A strong, simple display font created in Robofont. Showcase in a poster design.
When Pigs Fly
user interface design 2015
Sushi Train is an iPad App providing information about sushi.
identity design 2015
Music Archive of Monash University(MAMU) identity design. Monash blue is used.
book cover design 2015
Extraordinary Leaves Book cover design using leaf prints.
The Myth and Folklore of Flowers
This baking book contains different chocolate dessert recipes. Guiding you through your favorite chocolate dessert step-by-step.
cherry blossom chocolate
packaging design 2015
Museum of Dots
identity design 2015
Inspired by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, a museum identity design celebrating her polka dots artwork.
Go around the city to explore and capture the hidden alphabet in everyday life.
publication & scaled point of sale display 2013
This was my year 12 project. A children's horror story book and a scaled point of sale display. Simple childlike illustrations reflect the target audience and point of sale allows for the public to read a sample book. Thick paper are used for the book, so children would not tear the pages off easily.
Redesigning a single page advertisement to a double-page spread for a magazine. I exaggerate the size of the clock to emphasize the content— timeless mobile plan.
A drawing exercise that explores the form and structure of a found object while representing it in 8 different ways using various media and markmaking techniques.
Composition exercise that explores movement of the eye (stable and dynamic). A traditional redheads matchbox is used to manipulate the eye to move directly to one focal point or move around at random.