Whilst working for London based fashion branding and consultancy agency BDA, I produced these icons for a South African women’s sportswear brand. The icons were intended to fit within the style of the brand and easily let the consumer determine the attributes of whichever garment they chose .
Identity and logo design Be Ready are a forward thinking record label and party promoters from London. Their ethos is that going out to a night should not just be a dark room with speakers. They want to bring the back the fun and bring you back to your inner child with the Be Ready playpen, their huge handmade ball pit. They also provide a selection of Djs and producers bringing the finest in house, garage, hip hop disco, breaks […]
I recently went and worked in house at Mad Cow films to re-design their website. They weren’t looking for anything too complicated except a nice format for displaying their fantastic advertising spots. You can view the finished site here and check out their lovely work.
Between 2009 – 2010 I worked for a YouYou.co.uk a startup company offering a new form of web recruitment which basically acted as a service to match companies with appropriate jobseeker. Whilst working for YouYou I developed their brand identity, designed their site and produced various types of marketing materials. Promotional video Other marketing materials
The Chronos 1000 is a time machine manufactured by Globo-Corp (a huge morally ambiguous fictitious company from the late 1980’s.) I produced this user’s manual in the form of a zine. It instructs the reader in the basic operation and general usage of the time machine, respecting the time space continuum and contacting Globo-Corp customer support mega-center whilst being in another dimension. These are excerpts from the user’s manual for the Chronos 1000 which I created in the form of […]
A sculpture I made for a university project. Using the word pixel as a starting point I made several pieces using foam board and printed, pixelated images. I liked the effect achieved by taking an aesthetic usually only seen on screen and bringing it into a real life 3-D space. It gives it a certain sense of playfulness and fun.
Using the word vector as a starting point I created this piece of 3-D typography. I tried to emulate the way vectors are formed using points and lines to create type, I began using much more sans-serif characters but then tried to create more illustrative type. I was very happy to have this work featured on the front page of TypographyServed.com in September of this year.
I made this illustration as a self initiated project, largely inspired by one of my favorite illustrators, Kilian Eng I was interested in playing with a future retro style combined with an isometric perspective and the aesthetics of old technical illustrations.