There’s more than one way to turn paper into art.
Origami – from the Japanese “ori” (to fold) and “kami” (paper). Just like origami, graphic design brings a simple piece of paper to life. As people, we just love pretty things. They can make us feel intrigued and understood.
I started Origami Graphics when I was a student at the University of Canberra, super over bartending and wondering whether I could make a living doing what I crave most. It went well.
I’ve got a Major in Digital Design and Production, a Major in Japanese Language and a full-on Bachelor in Psychology. I also have some Government certifications, so get in touch to discuss if you need corporate work.
Hi, who am I speaking to?
Taylor Eggleton (Tay Tay)
BA (Digital Design & Production, Japanese Language)
Hey, it’s me, Taylor. I’m the Straight-A academic who decided to do art instead.
I was born and raised in Canberra, moved to Sydney to go to art school, absolutely hated it and came home to study a combined degree at UC and ANU. I work here now, in a trendy little workspace with three different kinds of water coming out the taps. I’ve spent a lot of time surrounded by boss women and I like to think I am one too.
Along the way, I went and got a degree in psychology. I love analysing the mind and wondering how people tick. And I love seeing how colour and shape can completely change a mood.
I’ve had to get here by flipping the bird to the right way to do things, and I want to help you carve your own way too.
Want to chat? Send me a message.
Things I Love
- Wine (currently mulled red, I’ll say rosé in summer)
- Baking sourdough
- Everything Dan Levy and Phoebe Waller-Bridge do
- Afternoon sun
- Walks and bike rides
- Fluffly blankets
- Growing bearded irises
- Hot caffeinated drinks (both kinds)
- Taylor Swift (especially rep and folklore)