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Olivia King    |    http://behance.net/oliviaking
“Using a selection of native Australian materials, and hand painted wood, the first prototype designs were endless and I quickly realized the potential for project where the designs weren’t mine, but those of the customers themselves. Using the Trig app, each piece is unique the tastes and style of those making them, with colour, shape and material options available in multiple variations. The final products are finished with natural oils and packaged in bright boxes with personalized thank you cards, ready for wear within days of their creation.”
Olivia King is a designer and illustrator based in Sydney, Australia. With passions for typography, hand lettering, illustration and branding, she’s a cider-drinking, paper-loving, challenge-seeker, who sees opportunity in everything and thinks the world would be a better place if typography was made compulsory in high school. When not watching reruns of The West Wing with her twin, listening to The National or wanting to be Jessica Hische, she studies Visual Communications and currently works as a designer and letterpress printer at The Distillery
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Olivia King    |    http://behance.net/oliviaking
“Using a selection of native Australian materials, and hand painted wood, the first prototype designs were endless and I quickly realized the potential for project where the designs weren’t mine, but those of the customers themselves. Using the Trig app, each piece is unique the tastes and style of those making them, with colour, shape and material options available in multiple variations. The final products are finished with natural oils and packaged in bright boxes with personalized thank you cards, ready for wear within days of their creation.”
Olivia King is a designer and illustrator based in Sydney, Australia. With passions for typography, hand lettering, illustration and branding, she’s a cider-drinking, paper-loving, challenge-seeker, who sees opportunity in everything and thinks the world would be a better place if typography was made compulsory in high school. When not watching reruns of The West Wing with her twin, listening to The National or wanting to be Jessica Hische, she studies Visual Communications and currently works as a designer and letterpress printer at The Distillery
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Olivia King    |    http://behance.net/oliviaking
“Using a selection of native Australian materials, and hand painted wood, the first prototype designs were endless and I quickly realized the potential for project where the designs weren’t mine, but those of the customers themselves. Using the Trig app, each piece is unique the tastes and style of those making them, with colour, shape and material options available in multiple variations. The final products are finished with natural oils and packaged in bright boxes with personalized thank you cards, ready for wear within days of their creation.”
Olivia King is a designer and illustrator based in Sydney, Australia. With passions for typography, hand lettering, illustration and branding, she’s a cider-drinking, paper-loving, challenge-seeker, who sees opportunity in everything and thinks the world would be a better place if typography was made compulsory in high school. When not watching reruns of The West Wing with her twin, listening to The National or wanting to be Jessica Hische, she studies Visual Communications and currently works as a designer and letterpress printer at The Distillery
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Olivia King    |    http://behance.net/oliviaking
“Using a selection of native Australian materials, and hand painted wood, the first prototype designs were endless and I quickly realized the potential for project where the designs weren’t mine, but those of the customers themselves. Using the Trig app, each piece is unique the tastes and style of those making them, with colour, shape and material options available in multiple variations. The final products are finished with natural oils and packaged in bright boxes with personalized thank you cards, ready for wear within days of their creation.”
Olivia King is a designer and illustrator based in Sydney, Australia. With passions for typography, hand lettering, illustration and branding, she’s a cider-drinking, paper-loving, challenge-seeker, who sees opportunity in everything and thinks the world would be a better place if typography was made compulsory in high school. When not watching reruns of The West Wing with her twin, listening to The National or wanting to be Jessica Hische, she studies Visual Communications and currently works as a designer and letterpress printer at The Distillery
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
thedsgnblog:

Olivia King    |    http://behance.net/oliviaking
“Using a selection of native Australian materials, and hand painted wood, the first prototype designs were endless and I quickly realized the potential for project where the designs weren’t mine, but those of the customers themselves. Using the Trig app, each piece is unique the tastes and style of those making them, with colour, shape and material options available in multiple variations. The final products are finished with natural oils and packaged in bright boxes with personalized thank you cards, ready for wear within days of their creation.”
Olivia King is a designer and illustrator based in Sydney, Australia. With passions for typography, hand lettering, illustration and branding, she’s a cider-drinking, paper-loving, challenge-seeker, who sees opportunity in everything and thinks the world would be a better place if typography was made compulsory in high school. When not watching reruns of The West Wing with her twin, listening to The National or wanting to be Jessica Hische, she studies Visual Communications and currently works as a designer and letterpress printer at The Distillery
the design blog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Childhood dream
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Can’t wait for holidays!
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