• Owen Cramp

  • Owen is an Australian graphic designer currently working at TCYK, Melbourne, and a casual tutor in design at Monash University. His work spans large to small scale, corporate to cultural. He has worked with some of Australia's leading brands, including Australia Post and NRMA, along with significant work in the cultural sector, including the first and longest running public art organisation in the world, Kaldor Public Art Projects.

  • For more information, commissions, collaborations, or pedagogical opportunities, please get in touch.

  • Projects

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  • Kaldor Public Art Projects, 2018–19

  • Kaldor Public Art Projects is the first and longest running public art organisation in the world. In 2019 the organisation celebrated 50 years, with a year-long program of events and a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

  • A MAUD project, alongside creative director, David Park, designer, Sam Turner and developers, Public Office.

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  • Australia Post, 2018–19

  • With a heritage of 210 years, Australia Post is one of Australia's most trusted and iconic brands. Over the years the brand had become fragmented, which presented the opportunity to unify the business with a consistent brand, one that would meet the needs of customers — from government departments through to Post Office visitors.

  • A MAUD project, alongside creative director, Dom Hofstede, designers, Vincent Chan, Dan Flynn, Tomas Sabbatucci, Richard Smalley, Sam Turner, and strategists, Lisa Aitken and Georgina Milne.

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  • International Masterclasses, 2018

  • Each year the architecture school at UTS (University of Technology) hosts a program of international guests, who are to explore architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, architectural culture and digital fabrication through a range of intensive studios. The brochure and motion pieces are used to communicate this to the broader school.

  • Work completed alongside designer, Lily Hodgson.

  • 07

  • Master of Architecture Folders, 2017–19

  • Master of Architecture is the second of two degrees, undertaken after the successful completion of the Bachelor of Design in Architecture at UTS. Each semester the school releases an ambitious program for the course, which the folders are used to share with the broader school.

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  • NRMA, 2018

  • The National Roads and Motorists' Association (NRMA) is a major Australian organisation offering various motoring insurances and services. Through time, the brand had been become rather disparate. The identity refresh which addressed this, consisted of logo optimisation and a refinement of various brand assets, including the typeface, iconography, colour palette and graphic palette.

  • A MAUD project, alongside creative director, David Park and designers, Richard Smalley, Ross Paxman and strategist, Paul O'Connor.

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  • Office Feuerman, 2018

  • Office Feuerman (OF) is a Sydney-based research and design practice founded by William Feuerman. Their work is rather ecclectic, operating on the periphery of architecture. A major application for the identity was the website, which was to bring order to a number of works that spanned ten years of practice.

  • Work completed alongside designer, Lily Hodgson and developer, Sam Turner.

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  • Sydney Dance Company, 2017–18

  • Sydney Dance Company is a broad community focused on the practice and performance of contemporary dance within Australia and abroad. Each year the company releases an ambitious program of events, with subsequent printed and digital collateral.

  • A MAUD project, alongside creative director, David Park and photographer, Hugh Stewart.

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  • UTS Architecture Posters, 2016–19

  • The architecture school at UTS regularly release posters for upcoming talks, events and series, each with their own unique take on architecture. The range of posters are a manifestation of a five year relationship with the architecture school, which is ongoing.

  • Work completed alongside designer, Lily Hodgson.

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  • Ten Pieces, Stripes, 2016

  • Ten Pieces is a Sydney-based fashion label by Maurice Terzini and Lucy Hinckfuss. Stripes 10/31 – 10/40 was a range released by the label and a subsequent fashion show held at Fox Studios and Icebergs pool, in Sydney, 2016.

  • A M35 project, alongside designers, Jamie Mitchell and Maria Smit.

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  • Semi Permanent, 2016

  • Semi Permanent is a yearly event featuring designers and artists through three days of talks, panel sessions, design showcases and installations at Carriageworks, Sydney. The identity extended from signage, to print and digital collateral.

  • A M35 project, alongside designers, Jamie Mitchell and Maria Smit.

  • Experience

    Experience

  • Designer, TCYK, 2020–

  • Design for clients large and small in varied sectors.

  • Designer, MAUD, 2017–20

  • Design for clients large and small in varied sectors.

  • Teaching Associate, Monash University, 2019–

  • Running a studio with third year design students.

  • Teaching Associate, UTS Interior Architecture, 2017–18

  • Running a studio with third year and masters interior architecture students.

  • Designer, M35, 2015–17

  • Design for clients large and small in varied sectors.

  • Education

  • Bachelor of Visual Communication, 2012–15

  • University of Technology

  • Bachelor of Arts, 2009–

  • Sydney University

  • Contact

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International Masterclasses, 2018

  • Each year the architecture school at UTS (University of Technology) hosts a program of international guests, who are to explore architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, architectural culture and digital fabrication through a range of intensive studios.

  • The brochure and motion pieces are used to communicate this to the broader school.Work completed alongside designer, Lily Hodgson.

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Semi Permanent, 2016

  • Semi Permanent is a yearly event featuring designers and artists through three days of talks, panel sessions, design showcases and installations at Carriageworks, Sydney. The identity extended from signage, to print and digital collateral.

  • A M35 project, alongside designers, Jamie Mitchell and Maria Smit.