illustrating the world from a different angle
designing garments was something i always wanted to do, even before i decided to become a graphic designer. so when i got my job at @theprintbar i was able to experience the whole production process, giving me powerful insight of how cool items of clothing come to life.
from there, tote bags seemed to be the right canvas for the project, as they can be a tool of encouragement for the owner, who chooses this transport for their belonging as an accessory, to match the vibe of the day they want to have.
the inspiration behind this illustration comes from my days as a waitress, serving breakfast in front of a beautiful and quiet beach where swimming was not allowed.
early morning decisions between eggs beni, scrambled, over easy and sunny-side up were made while looking towards the horizon where the sun, the breeze and the waves lived.
i wanted to take a literal approach to the sunny-side up concept, placing an ocean inside a fried egg.
the yolk as the centre, the sun, that shines bright over everything. the waves move around an island with palm trees, a place of relaxation, where you can enjoy the light of the sun, be safe and happy.
why stop here? have a look at the rest of my work
i like conversations that go beyond small talk,
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I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where I live and work from, the Turrbal, Yuggera and Jagera people, and pay my respect to elders past, present and future. I extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island People.
✊🏼 Sovereignty was never ceded. ✊🏼
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