Jason Christou, a Melbourne film director and producer commissioned an identity, promotional pieces and packaging for two short films.
identity, packaging & poster
It's 18 July 1916, the eve of Australia's bloodiest confrontation. A soldier prepares for battle on the Western Front. Emotive photography and hand crafted bespoke typography set the tone for the sombre, nostalgic mood of the film. Premiered at St Kilda Film Festival 2011.
identity, packaging & promo pack
Aidan is home from school and isn’t allowed to watch TV. He resigns himself to the couch, ready for yet another boring day, until someone knocks on the door...They say TV poisons the mind. But without it, all we are left with is our imagination. As events transpire in Aidan's view, it leaves us wondering: what is more poisonous? The world onscreen, or the one that exists outside the box? Clever typography has been used to created the identity for the film along with a promo pack designed taking inspiration from a TV guide.
Both completed as a freelance projects
Project Scope: art direction, identity, typography, poster design, package design