Product shot images in action. Some new images for a recipe e-book.
Helped Miss Joslin out with some loungewear items for her blog! This is my favourite image.
I had two months to create some pieces for the Neschen Latex Open Day. My brief was to use certain medias to inspire our customers in what they could do with applications of media.
With help from my team, we were able to build two exhibition pieces. The first a set-up child’s bedroom wall and door piece. This involved showing the application of different wallpapers, and printing on a door to create a whole image on one wall.
The second exhibition was a “Cardboard Coffee Cafe”. Everything in this piece was made, even the clamps to hold together. The use of Latex and UV printing created applications including floor graphics, useable (and sturdy) table and chairs, window graphics, art canvas’, outdoor signage and more. 3D printers helped with the clamps and hooks to hang the canvas’.
It turned out pretty successful!
More wedding bits and bobs made! Here is a sneaky peak of the personalised guestbook. 3D hearts and birds for the guests to write their congrats on.
I will post the whole thing when I have some nice photos of them in April at their wedding, so they look nice and pretty 🙂
Designed some unique and personal wedding invitations for a friend of mine. Here is what we produced! And a whole 500 of them. Was so fun to do, I can’t wait to make some more bits and bobs for her wedding! To be continued…
I was asked to create a cake box for a work friend similar to a KitKat wrapper to put over her KitKat cake. I created the packaging with Illustrator, print and cutting the box on a HP UV flatbed printer and Summa F Series cutter.
Lots of fun with these guys when taking stock images for their website.
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