Interactive & Visual
With over 1.6 times the size of Tasmania being cleared from Queensland’s forests in the past 46 years, revegetation and reforestation are crucial in conserving and protecting Australia’s native flora and fauna. Focusing on revegetation within the rural urban fringe, this project acts as a proof of concept combining work done by conservation group Land for Wildlife, with the funding and backing of local councils. Through revegetating a suburban block, redesigning plant profiles for a council nursery and updating Land for Wildlife’s signage, this proof of concept project aims to raise awareness for the hope of revegetation in SEQ and beyond.
Excellence, ethical and sustainable design are at the core of who Kalebh is as a designer. These core beliefs serve as a foundation for his graphic design work, used to deliver the best possible solution to the client. His stylistic approach to design is that of constructivism, where his designs have a purpose, invoking lasting, not temporal change. Through problem-solving and the balance of contrast, saturation, and hue Kalebh’s designs ensure key information is displayed and delivered to the viewer in a minimalistic and efficient manner.