Oceanplanet is a non-profit organisation which exists to help protect our marine environment for everyone to enjoy. They believe ocean conservation is in the interests of not just conservation groups, but commercial and recreational fishermen as well as everyday users of the ocean.
I’m delighted to have been involved with Oceanplanet over the last couple of years, and later this month Oceanplanet is putting a fundraiser cocktail party and art auction to continue the the Marine conservation work of their sister organisation Environment Tasmania. The poster artwork is above, and you can check out the full catalogue of work online here. Come along! It’s sure to be a great night!
This year I designed the artwork for the Tourism Tasmania Strategic Plan 2010. I’m always impressed when I work with people with a positive vision for their industry, and Tourism Tasmania really do seem to have an excellent internal culture – so refreshing!
This job also called for some infographic illustrations which I don’t often get a chance to do with regular client work. Infographics are really good way to illustrate the underlying information and statistics in an engaging and interesting manner. I’m particularly happy with the guy holding the 25,670, see how his legs form the digits 11 for 11% there?
To promote the local screening of the Film Typeface (Proudly presented by AGDA Tasmania), I printed a series of very limited edition letterpress posters. Some were put up in cafés and most of the remainder were given out on the night as a little bonus for the folks coming along.
+ Bonus process shots by the lovely & talented Leonie Oakes!