Olé is a café & vino located in Portland, Oregon that boasts the city’s best nightly Flamenco dance performances. Its modern visual appeal showcases the passion of the Flamenco art form and traditional Iberian cuisine. The fluid strength of the dancer’s arm movements inspired the word mark while the texture, pattern, and colors of the brand capture the essence of authentic Flamenco costume and culture.
Bambino is a nutritional beverage and lifestyle brand for kids on the go. It is aimed for all American kids of different racial backgrounds and all seasons of the year shown through its playful illustrations on the milk packaging.
Rayan Doll was my senior thesis project which is a website that displays my personal story at different stages of life. A psychological battle between myself and society results in the manufacturing of the brainwashed Rayan Doll while being packaged in different doll boxes.
Opera is a condominium building designed by the late Iraqi-British architect Dame Zaha Hadid. The dramatic exteriors of the building reminded me of the drama of an opera performance, which I enjoyed re-branding it.
Inspired by the colors and shapes of the Portland city flag, Mypdx calendar captures the essential spirit of Portland. Her progressive attitudes illustrated in activity, and echoed by a innovative format in which the current and upcoming months are displayed together so one can always look ahead.
An infographic about the life of Helen Keller.
In Saudi Arabia, women cannot drive cars. And based on that they cannot ride bicycles either. The main character in the movie carries the same name, Wadjda—a rebellious Saudi Arabian teenage girl. Wadjda wanted to ride a bicycle to school like all of her male counterparts. The poster displays Wadjda riding a bicycle in the opposite direction of a one-way street. Proving change comes, when you fight hard for it.
The House Plants set is a collection of informational merchandising cards. This material is designed to create a cohesive visual brand at a high-end nursury serving a modern design oriented clientele. By weaving the written names and images together, the typographic elements capture the lush and verdant nature of each specimen.
Quand c’est?—meaning "When is it?"—is the title track of the sophmore album released by electronic artist Stromae. In the album, each track highlights a different life struggle represented by illustrations of a dissociative styling, consistent with the tonality of the music. These all pale in comparison to the human trial dealt with in the title track as the artist attempts a conversation with the cancer that took his mother's breast as he asks the disease when it will strike next.