Lover of all things curated
Everything Print
A Creative
Constantly plagued by Imposter Syndrome
Lover of all things curated

Print/Brand Communications, Book/Editorial
Aka: Vaness, Nessa
Proudly: Queer Female Designer!
Vanessa is a human that likes looking at nice things, attempting to produce some of those things herself. She has an affinity for curatorial studies and the ability to produce something out of nothing. She considers herself an interdisciplinary designer. Having studied fine arts, Vanessa often incorporates illustration into her work, paired with a constant curiosity as to what other unconventional mediums can exist within her design. She loves all things print and type, and secretly pray for its resurrection amongst our digitally driven world.
First thing you would do after COVID is over? (If ever)
Travel! You will never see me again✌️
2nd favourite typeface (after Papyrus)
Currently: Sequel 100 Black
Favourite Designer(s) and/or Design Communities
Bryce Wymer, Lynn Cariou, Alec Tear, Patrick Thomas
Case Studies
To create a brand for an interior design company specializing in designing and constructing office spaces in a post-Covid world.
As the world continues to tackle Covid-19, it is important to acknowledge the long term effects these unprecedented times will have on our future. With such emphasis on the importance of health and safety in the workplace, Co-Space was developed to assist in the transition back to a physical work environment.
Good On Ya
To elicit an emotional response through branding and package design, separate to that of the product; to create a playful, inviting brand identity for a condom company that aims to break the stigma surrounding sexual health.
Condoms! The word itself garners attention no matter who you are, yet there is a lack of diversity amongst different brand identities within the current market. A brief (landscape) analysis of the market showcases that branding promotes the consecutive idea that condoms are a product of a serious, sexy, medical nature. This exhaustive approach lacks enthusiasm when it comes to the communication on the importance of its use.