The first popper design is a thank-you favour with a special gift inside for the wedding guests. I repurposed paper from a table runner (Weddingstar product) in a gold marble design to make the popper.
Name Card Poppers
The second popper idea does double duty as a favour and name card for a truly personal touch for guests at the reception. I repurposed paper placements in a marble design (Weddingstar product) to create the popper.
Dessert Table Poppers
The third popper concept is intended for displaying candy (inside) on a sweets table. I repurposed paper from a table runner in a gold polka dot design (Weddingstar product) to create the poppers. Adding pink ribbon and label was the perfect final touch.
Sketch for Industrial Design & Product Development Class at Alberta College of Art & Design
Inspired by Marcel Wanders, I sketched and fabricated an elaborate to-scale prototype of a pair of doorknobs that would open up to a bathroom designed by the Dutch designer. To create the final prototype, I repurposed a wall clock with a barbed quatrefoil frame, vintage ornate metal door plates, large glass diamonds and ornamental wood decorations.
For an in-class presentation about Marcel Wanders, I researched and created an inspiration board about the famous designer. By incorporating similar materials such as rope and lace, I brought in a tactile look and feel in the mood board to reference his Knotted and Crochet chair designs.
‘Legends & Landmarks’ was awarded a Bronze in the Mixed Media category from the Three-Dimensional Illustrators & Art Directors Awards Show. The client loved the piece so much, they purchased the original artwork to display in the company’s boardroom/add to private collection.