Magazine spread featuring stitched textural overlay
Magazine cover and layout with a distinct hand-made look and feel.
Digital magazine article, encorporatings digitized hand-stitched detail
Series of delicate wine bottle labels reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts movement in Scotland [1850 – 1900]
The three wines are all named after typical Scottish flowers: Rose, Thistle and Heather, and have been illustrated to resemble the stained-glass rose designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Personal branding for my business, Kettlestitch Studio
Poster campaign for ADGA advertising professional development seminars, featuring stylized imagery of bees and hives
Further development of the AGDA bee campaign, illustrating the typical structure of a design studio.
Magazine spread featuring stitched textural overlay
Magazine cover and layout with a distinct hand-made look and feel.
Digital magazine article, encorporatings digitized hand-stitched detail
Series of delicate wine bottle labels reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts movement in Scotland [1850 – 1900]
The three wines are all named after typical Scottish flowers: Rose, Thistle and Heather, and have been illustrated to resemble the stained-glass rose designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Personal branding for my business, Kettlestitch Studio
Poster campaign for ADGA advertising professional development seminars, featuring stylized imagery of bees and hives
Further development of the AGDA bee campaign, illustrating the typical structure of a design studio.

Catherine Dinkelmann

Graphic Design / Portfolio

Magazine spread featuring stitched textural overlay

Magazine cover and layout with a distinct hand-made look and feel.

Digital magazine article, encorporatings digitized hand-stitched detail

Series of delicate wine bottle labels reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts movement in Scotland [1850 – 1900]

The three wines are all named after typical Scottish flowers: Rose, Thistle and Heather, and have been illustrated to resemble the stained-glass rose designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Personal branding for my business, Kettlestitch Studio

Poster campaign for ADGA advertising professional development seminars, featuring stylized imagery of bees and hives

Further development of the AGDA bee campaign, illustrating the typical structure of a design studio.

Open to opportunities
Graphic Design
2016
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email
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@kettlestitch

A Graphic Designer with a background working in Community Cultural Development. With strong project management and client liaison experience, working on multi-tiered projects simultaneously and navigating complex community relationships and cultural sensitivities, and an understanding of government regulations and communication requirements, I come at design from a unique perspective.

I believe identity is a expressed through stories. Stories empower people and create a sense of community, identity and belonging for people and organisations alike.

I also work independently as a Graphic Designer under Kettlestitch Studio https://www.facebook.com/kettlestitch/ and https://www.theloop.com.au/cathdink