Jacqueline Poon is a designer who works mainly with print and graphic identites.

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Branding for a speculative exhibition exploring innovation and invention. The identity resembles industrial blueprints, and heavily utilises laser engraving across its applications.

Features a double sided mailer and postcards, and laser cut shapes which can piece together in multiple ways.

Memo Review

Proposed layout for Memo Review's inaugural annual printed journal. The online publication features exhibition reviews from art history graduates of Melbourne and Monash Universities.

Printed in black and white on Envirocare.

Find Your Fortune

Installation with supplementary publication exploring the Japanese origins of the fortune cookie. Fortunes taken from an online generator juxtapose the traditionally intimate nature of receiving a fortune.

Publication is hand bound and printed on Gyokuryu rice paper.


Publication that documents a section of suburbia as it transitions from day to night.

Melbourne Cinémathèque

Proposed poster and catalogue for Melbourne Cinémathèque’s 2019 season. Inspired by long exposure images and light projections.

Includes a promotional poster, double sided catalogue and animated cinema screens.

The NADA Crawl 
Collaboration with Leitu Letia

An event created in response to the inaugural MADA Ball held on the same night. Promoted as the budget friendly alternative, with an experimental print and social media campaign. 

See full project @nada_crawl