We are previewing the talent on show at RNDR19 Victoria University Faculty of Architecture and Design End of Year Exhibition
Opening 1st November 5:30pm
2nd – 15th November 10am-4pm
The Atrium, Faculty of Architecture and Design, 139 Vivian St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
Tengoku Sushi is a brand visual identity created and developed in the Graphic Design course. Tengoku is an approachable build-your-own sushi restaurant concept.
Meat is a brand visual identity created and developed in the Graphic Design course. Meat introduces the concept of lab-grown meat in a way that consumers will feel positive about contributing to a sustainable food ecosystem.
MGMT concert poster for the Illustration course.
Gutter Girls concert poster for the Illustration course.
Illustrated cover of Pikipost magazine for the Illustration course. The theme of the issue was digital vs analogue illustration.
Atlantis is an animated video made for the Visual Narratives course. Atlantis’s perfect skies slowly start to curdle grey and bright flashes of lightning build amongst the clouds, in this city that never stops we see a man look in to the sky skeptical of the weather’s normalcy. It’s time to run…
Pig is a hand-painted book made for the Visual Narratives course. Imagine this: You’re 6 years old, in the Solomon Islands having a blast with the neighbourhood kids. You stay out playing into the night, with no repellent or mosquito nets. But something isn’t right. Suddenly, you’re knocked back by some crazy hallucinations, seeing your family as planets and space whirling all around you. Then you vomit. Then the pig shows up.
This poster was created for the Typography course as part of the Present Tense : Wāhine Toi Aotearo project. Statement: This poster could mean different things to different people, some may think they need to open up more and others needing to take off a few layers of hardened skin. Either way, it is a mental health advocacy poster, with its message enhanced by the peeling effect of the text.
This poster was created for the Typography course as part of the Present Tense : Wāhine Toi Aotearoa project. Statement: Every year female New Zealanders miss work or school because they can’t afford sanitary items. This can affect their learning, limit their education and increase health risks. Sometimes we view periods as a taboo subject, and they can often be swept under the rug. This poster represents the voices of those who are not always heard.
This poster was created for the Typography course as part of the Present Tense : Wāhine Toi Aotearoa project. Statement: Many of us engage in political discussion only when suitable or convenient, yet this is not an option for marginalised communities in Aotearoa, whose lives are politicised and whose existence is a daily protest. Resist/Exist is an acknowledgement of the privileges which allow many of us to safely engage and disengage from political discourse. It asks us to consider if we are contributing to current systems of oppression through our complacency, and what we can do to resist it.