Graphic Designer



Sienna Mark-Brown

Almighty Recreation Club

Almighty: conscious, clean, delicious drinks made by nature for those with a thirst for life.

Tasked with creating a poster design and social media activation for Almighty’s Recreation Club, this project was led by one key thought — energy! Let’s get people excited, get them up, out & running. A sense of speed, movement and 80’s inspired bright colour, this temporary activation saw people running through the streets of Auckland, New Zealand, in a time of nationwide lockdown.

Designers Speak Up: Poster Call

Present Tense: Wāhine Toi Aotearoa Poster Call

A call for posters by female designers, around any issue social, cultural, or political issue. Using only #ff3333 red + white.

Featured on the Designers Speak Up website and instagram.

‘Pedagogy — STEM subjects over the arts.’
A commentary on the utopic and hopeful goals of a university, in contrast to the bureaucratic and finance-driven reality. Referring to a well-documented event in Auckland’s recent history for context; the closing of the Creative Arts libraries at the University of Auckland. This was a wake up call for both students and faculty regarding just how skewed the universities priorities have become — hopefully before it is too late. In a world moving further into technology and away from community, the need for the arts to thrive may be greater than ever.

Ridges, a typeface I created, was used to evoke a sense of freedom, whilst simultaneously having a jarring sense of irregularity and inconsistency — further emphasised by its use in this context.

Sienna Mark-Brown