Nani Puspasari


Time Traveler —

pen and marker on sketchbook

Participating at The Sketchbook Project, is a crowd-sourced library of over 30,000 sketchbooks (and counting) submitted by people of all ages and backgrounds from all over the worlds. Every book submitted to The Sketchbook Project joins the permanent collection at Brooklyn Art Library, their storefront exhibition space in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. View my sketchbook via their digital library here. Publications: (Book) The Sketchbook Project World Tour, 2015, by Sara and Steven Peterman, published by Princeton Architectural Press.

Daydreaming —

pattern, illustration - Client: Nutcase Helmet

Daydreaming is a limited-edition helmet design for Nutcase Helmets. Honoured to be the winner of their 4th Annual Unframed Campaign, working with their team in Portland, USA to create my signature floral pattern for their Limited Unframed helmet collection. The product is available to purchase via link here

illustration, acrylic painting

Original Chai Co — 

A series of hand-painted illustration for a vibrant, warm and the most authentic chai stall in Melbourne; Original Chai Co. Bright and energetic colour palette and a worn-out look are adapted to recreate this old school feeling to the brand, feel like it’s from the streets of India. Client: Original Chai Co / Graphic Designer: Marss / Completed for Brand-works / Photo Credit: Original Chai Co.

Grain Store —

branding, painting, hand screen printed cushion cover

Grainstore is a fresh and beautiful cafe located in 517 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. They offer European style service, influenced style food and hospitality. Featuring seasonal ingredients and rustic cookery, the menu offers comfort dishes with unique flavours to satisfy your appetite. Client - Grainstore / Photographer - Rodriguez, Nani Puspasari / Completed at Brand-works

brand identity, illustration, promotional media

Gaja by Sashi —

Gaja by Sashi is the first food adventure of Sashi Chelia after winning MasterChef Australia 2018. GAJA in sanskrit गज- means ‘elephant’, which symbolises strength, wisdom, royalty and solidarity in Hindu culture. Befitting, given that Sashi’s food will be authentically true to taste, bold, robust and full-to-the-brim with flavour. Spanning Indian, Singaporean and Malaysian classics, Sashi’s menu will explore the road less travelled, with dishes that appeal to the curious foodie in us all. This branding completed for BrandWorks Studio, created a fun and vibrant identity, using pattern and icon Ganesh, inspired by personal story of Sashi's South Indian upbringing and its influence on his food and philosophy. / Completed for BrandWorks / Client: Gaja by Sashi 

Pillow Me —

Illustration and collage by Nani Puspasari — Photography by Nadine Maulida & Nani P