Category Archives: Design

Flesh and Bricks

This is a series of collages I developed as part of a self-published zine. It expresses my continuous fascination with phenomenoloy in architecture- the abstraction of our senses and their relation to physical and metaphysical space. The text that accompanied the images

Flesh and Bricks

This is a series of collages I developed as part of a self-published zine. It expresses my continuous fascination with phenomenoloy in architecture- the abstraction of our senses and their relation to physical and metaphysical space. The text that accompanied the images

DIY- Peggy Necklace

I came across Sandra Backlund‘s amazingly sculptural fashion pieces the other day, and one particular piece struck me (see above). Her fantastic innovation of forming beautiful objects out of pegs is truly inspiring! So simple yet complex, an everyday object

DIY- Peggy Necklace

I came across Sandra Backlund‘s amazingly sculptural fashion pieces the other day, and one particular piece struck me (see above). Her fantastic innovation of forming beautiful objects out of pegs is truly inspiring! So simple yet complex, an everyday object

Surprising Spirals

Can you guess what the spiralling object is made from? Look a little bit closer…they’re cotton buds! The mini-sculpture arose from a project brief to design an object using the same element repeatedly. I chose cotton buds (because they were

Surprising Spirals

Can you guess what the spiralling object is made from? Look a little bit closer…they’re cotton buds! The mini-sculpture arose from a project brief to design an object using the same element repeatedly. I chose cotton buds (because they were

Paper Power

I have recently developed an obsession with all things paper. There are hundreds of artists out there who have used this simple yet versatile material and transformed it into exciting, artistic creations. The .gif above features one of my favourite

Paper Power

I have recently developed an obsession with all things paper. There are hundreds of artists out there who have used this simple yet versatile material and transformed it into exciting, artistic creations. The .gif above features one of my favourite

iPhonography

I have taken almost 3000 photos on my iPhone. Despite the dodgy quality of phone cameras, I quite like the odd lighting effects and colour distortions. So I uploaded them onto my computer and had a quick play with them

iPhonography

I have taken almost 3000 photos on my iPhone. Despite the dodgy quality of phone cameras, I quite like the odd lighting effects and colour distortions. So I uploaded them onto my computer and had a quick play with them

DIY- Mexican Embroidery Top

I recently bought a fantastic top that was hand-made in Mexico and featured a gorgeous embroidered pattern (see above right). It was so playful and bright, making me wonder why I don’t have more clothes like that…So, I was inspired

DIY- Mexican Embroidery Top

I recently bought a fantastic top that was hand-made in Mexico and featured a gorgeous embroidered pattern (see above right). It was so playful and bright, making me wonder why I don’t have more clothes like that…So, I was inspired

In Melbourne: Architecture

Fun fact: I took over 500 photos of just buildings here in Melbourne. I looked very much the tourist photographing buildings that the locals probably didn’t find interesting at all. What engaged me to the architecture here were the little

In Melbourne: Architecture

Fun fact: I took over 500 photos of just buildings here in Melbourne. I looked very much the tourist photographing buildings that the locals probably didn’t find interesting at all. What engaged me to the architecture here were the little