Concept for a print campaign for the Tate Modern, London. Brief concentrated on presenting art as accessible and relevant to a wide audience, with no use of images.
Storyboards for a TV concept for Religion Clothing. A campaign of three TV spots, each concentrating on Religion being worn by people who are young, unique and proud to stand out of the crowd.
Three suggestions for IdeoSaatchi's brief on designing a series of innovative cocktail packaging aimed at 21-35 year old men and women
A user experience concept for a luxury chocolatier. The brief requested a proposition for a venue that reflects the chocolatier's unique take on luxury and the art of chocolate. The solution presents a sensory branding campaign focused on remodelling the brand's venue to involve all five senses in a darkly sensual private members' club.
Entrance: sound corridors leading to a turntable and the main room
The foyer, containing a large communal bed in a shaded area, where members could lie down and relax even in the company of strangers, creating an intimate atmosphere. A light-installation showing the way to the following room. Chocolate aperitifs in individual bags hang on the walls, up for grabs
The main room, a vast dark space where members could lie on the floor and connect their body to an activity monitor, which shows all of the participants' heartbeats together in a unique rhythm. Large-scale posters decorate the high walls.
A concept of three TV spots for the Tate Modern. The brief concentrated on creating a compelling video to emphasise the individual intimate impact art makes on people, and how each one feels and processes it differently
A series of posters responding to a brief to visually combine cultural emblems in the UK and Bulgaria. These bring together recognisable cultural marks, and complement a larger campaign which included a UX walk through an imaginary city, and a workshop for swear-words to emphasise what each culture considers most offensive and sensitive