Packaging Portfolio 

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Waitrose food magazine cover

Entry for magazine cover competition 

24/09/20 Collage

Vegetable Riso Print

Commissioned artwork

27/05/21 Collage

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Piccolo Packaging

Produce packaging for new flavour of baby food- blueberry and strawberry water

13/09/21 Collage

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Finalised roughs- I analysed what illustrations best translated the flavours of the product as well as what imagery was most successful. I also did consumer research to find what design was most appealing to

the target audience.

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Alpro rebranding project

Rebranding to focus on the environmental benefits of drinking oat milk.

13/02/20 Digital artwork

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‘Country Hunter’ mock packaging

Personal project exploring a more

graphic style for packaging.

12/08/21 Digital artwork


‘How foraging helped me

find happiness again’

Editorial Illustration 

08/02/21 Collage

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Arctic Coffee Package Design

Produce packaging which illustrates the charity Student Mind’s goal to get Students to reach out for help when they are struggling with their mental health.

11/11/20 Digital artwork

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‘Kids that Cook’ artwork spread

Mock book to get children excited about cooking.

02/03/21 Digital artwork

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Hotel Chocolat mock packaging

packaging project

20/05/21 Digital artwork

Pictured below is my development of the packaging. I began with mind mapping organic shapes that I associated with the different flavours and textures of the chocolate and researched the brand. I explored existing products and highlighted my favourite element.

I designed rough ideas for the packaging featuring these shapes. I started to combining these with the letters C & H. I outlined my favourites and then further developed them.