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Dissonance Sound Art Festival


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Dissonance Sound Art Festival


 

The Industrial Revolution had given modern men greater capacity to appreciate more complex sound ~ Luigi Russolo, Futurist Noise Artist, and inventor of the Intonarumori noise machine

The identity created for the 2014 Dissonance Festival came from experimenting on Russolo's noise machine – pulling apart each section and putting them back together in visually unharmonious ways.

Blindfolds will be sent to festival goers so that they can, as Russolo envisioned, 'explore the city with ears more sensitive than eyes'.

 
 
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Chem+Co Annual Report


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Chem+Co Annual Report


 
 

Think Differently is the 2013 Annual Report for generic pharmaceutical company Chem+Co. The refined layout, engaging image treatment and rich colour palette were developed to encourage readers to view the brand from a new perspective.

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BFI Film Festival


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BFI Film Festival


 

Defining emotion visually is key in making a successful film. When creating the brochure for the BFI Film Festival series, hand painted elements and a deep, yet optimistic colour palette were used to represent the varying emotions felt when experiencing these films.

 
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Council Identity


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Council Identity


 

Define Fremantle without visually referencing the ocean — this was the challenge I set myself. The concept of this identity was about viewing the landscape that Captain Fremantle would have seen from his ship — the view from the ocean, rather than the view of the ocean, as is generally associated with this seaside suburb. Representing these fluid shapes with geometric angles and contemporary landscape colours give the identity a modern relativity.

 
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The League Hotel Identity


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The League Hotel Identity


 

A stay at The League Hotel is a fleeting moment that will always stay with you. The stamped cross marks this time, it symbolises a kiss left behind or a chance in the moment. Sounds, scents and sight are provided to evoke and prolong these memories, and each room has it's own identity. A punch card is given to each guest stamped with the date they arrive, and not the date they leave, as a reminder that a part of them will always stay in that fleeting moment.

 
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ABOUT ME


A brief history of my design career

Age 6-12 Colour in EVERYTHING with a heavy 2mm border, followed by a softly shaded inside, achieved by lightly dusting the area with pencil lead shavings and then rubbing in carefully with my finger. The 6 year colour palette consisted of yellow, orange, red, purple, blue and green. Pencils must be stacked in this order at all times

Age 15 Pierce my own belly button in pottery class

Age 16 Draw an extremely lifelike grey lead sketch of my left school shoe, which would remain my proudest work until 2013, despite not being able to locate it since 2000      

Age 21 Graduate from Fashion Design at RMIT. Stitch my right index finger on an industrial sewing machine and faint at my first job a few weeks after this

Age 21-28 Work as an intern, assistant designer and designer in Melbourne and New York, with a money saving stint at a cheese factory somewhere in the middle

Age 29 Study graphic design at Shillington College and realise that graphic design is AWESOME

Age 29 + (Projection) Work as a graphic designer, make arts and crafts, drink tea and laugh loudly forever and ever

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ABOUT ME


A brief history of my design career

Age 6-12 Colour in EVERYTHING with a heavy 2mm border, followed by a softly shaded inside, achieved by lightly dusting the area with pencil lead shavings and then rubbing in carefully with my finger. The 6 year colour palette consisted of yellow, orange, red, purple, blue and green. Pencils must be stacked in this order at all times

Age 15 Pierce my own belly button in pottery class

Age 16 Draw an extremely lifelike grey lead sketch of my left school shoe, which would remain my proudest work until 2013, despite not being able to locate it since 2000      

Age 21 Graduate from Fashion Design at RMIT. Stitch my right index finger on an industrial sewing machine and faint at my first job a few weeks after this

Age 21-28 Work as an intern, assistant designer and designer in Melbourne and New York, with a money saving stint at a cheese factory somewhere in the middle

Age 29 Study graphic design at Shillington College and realise that graphic design is AWESOME

Age 29 + (Projection) Work as a graphic designer, make arts and crafts, drink tea and laugh loudly forever and ever

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CONTACT


If you would like to hear the extended version of my design story — or better yet, be a part of it — I would love to hear from you.

+61 (4) 0953 5868

ahoy@lovelockstudio.com.au

@_sineadmurphy_

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CONTACT


If you would like to hear the extended version of my design story — or better yet, be a part of it — I would love to hear from you.

+61 (4) 0953 5868

ahoy@lovelockstudio.com.au

@_sineadmurphy_