Erin Callaghan
Melbourne-based designer specialising in print, typography and graphic identities.

erin-callaghan@outlook.com
+61 403 864 246
@erincallaghan_






113—15 is a collation of published research exploring the selective nature of the archive and its influence on historical knowledge and forms of remembrance. Project includes a series of five screen-prints on calico.

        Supervised by Wendy Ellerton and Warren Taylor.






Exhibition design for #SpeakUp, presented at Testing Grounds as part of Melbourne Design Week 2017. Collaborators include Millie Cattlin and Warren Taylor.





Created as an entry into the International Society of Typographic Design Awards 2016, The Hierarchy of Death is an investigation into the selective coverage within Western media, to understand why certain bodies generate greater societal attention than others. 
       
        Supervised by Dominic Hofstede.





Typeface W.I.P designed during @matterofsorts Type Design Summer School (2017).

        Supervised by Vincent Chan.






A rebrand of the Queen Victoria Market identity, creating a new visual language which reflects the dynamic and diverse market atmosphere, while referencing the temporary yet ever changing nature of the marketplace. The colour palette additionally pays tribute to the market’s heritage.

        Supervised by Wendy Ellerton.







A reflexive enquiry of the content and reasoning behind the reissue of Zerox Dreamflesh’s Lockjaw, with contributions from Matt Holden of Telephone Publishing.

        Supervised by Dan Milne.





A collaborative outcome with Uriah Gray of U-P, investigating online publishing mediums through the topic tag #megaphone.

        Supervised by Uriah Gray and Vincent Chan.






Ask Me is a self-initiated project investigating the screen-printing processes undertaken in the Language of Graphic Design elective at Monash University in Semester Two, 2016.

        Supervised by Warren Taylor and Trent Walter (Negative Press).
        Collaboration with Daniel Chessari.




Poster screen-print accompanying Ask Me.

        Supervised by Warren Taylor and Trent Walter (Negative Press).
        Collaboration with Daniel Chessari, Jayden Collins and Kristian Wisener.






An archive utilising imagery of discarded content found throughout the Monash Art, Design and Architecture building.

        Supervised by Adam Cruickshank. Featured in the NGV Art Book Fair 2016 and No Clients Exhibition at Bus Projects.





An Hour with Ian Potter is a publication including a series of captioned film stills and photographs, taken at the Ian Potter Centre, National Gallery of Victoria.

        Supervised by Adam Cruickshank. Featured in the NGV Art Book Fair 2016 and No Clients Exhibition at Bus Projects.