Snopp & Fisse are two different tees based on Swedish and Danish slang for… well, the private areas of boys and girls. I wanted to use awkward and funny slang words from scandinavia in a typographic setting for some tee designs. These t-shirts are released alongside my new online apparel store, so they are up for grabs!
Aiming to capture the classic retro looks of 80s roller blading girls lightly dressed wearing colourful clothing, skating down Santa Monica beach in L.A. I might not be in L.A., or even the US for that matter, but we went down to St Kilda beach a hot day and got to work. The shoot took place at St Kilda beach itself, and also in the little park area beside Luna Park. Having the theme park in the background and all the palms really managed to resemble the look we were going for.
Me and my friends very often go to different exhibitions and opening nights around Melbourne’s massive art and design scene, and after being at a very pleasing one earlier this week, it just hit me; “I never bring my camera along”. The main reason for this is obviously that we’re having drinks and carrying equipment for $5000 around is not exactly comforting. But despite that, I decided to give it a go. And in the course of the night, we were also so lucky to be hit by a freak rainfall of 170mm rainfall in 3 hours.
Packaging design and especially beverages design have grown to become one of my favorite fields of interest within design, which is why I like to stay up to date and look for inspiration from other great work on the net. That’s why thedieline is one of my favorite design blogs I keep up to date with on the work being featured, and I’m happy to announce my 2nd feature there. The featured piece is the Mother’s Ruin premium london dry gin.
You can check out the link at the dieline here:
The “Hipster” series is a collection of different hipster girls promoting different old school, vintage and different cameras, in a total collection of 3 different cameras and girls. This shoot is also meant to capture the hipster look and feel, which is all the popular at the moment and maybe in particular in Melbourne, Australia, as one of the major “hipster cities”.