5 different type treatments of famous quotes on creativity for The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
After challenging myself to design and manufacture a lamp in less than 4 weeks i created Ris, a 31 piece Aluminium table lamp.
Explosive ink typography for the 2015 HEY Studio exhibition in Plymouth for the Design Society.
Laser cut acrylic E sculpture, created to be used across the promo material for the 2014 Enlightened laser exhibition – an exhibition exploring lasers in design.
Latarus is an award nominated outdoor rocking chair made from CorTen – a weathering steel specifically designed to rust whilst retaining its strength, resulting in a beautiful warm tone that sits perfectly in a natural setting.
Shortlisted for 2014 Best Furniture Design at the NDA’s.
Fluid based type design to celebrate when DMSQD were named a Top 40 UK Agency by The Drum.
After spending a month there, i created this piece to celebrate the spectacular craziness that is NYC.
'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' Personal piece inspired by Queen.
Laser cut steel No.1 for the European leaders in laser cutting, Cut Tec. For use across their promotional material.
Hand drawn cover design for the 2014 November issue of Computer Arts Magazine. A photochromatic, light sensitive varnish was used on the cover so half of the design showing the names of the Top 30 Studios is only revealed in sunlight.
We also hand rendered numbers 1 - 30 for use throughout the magazine feature, counting down the UK's top studios. AD: Rebecca Shaw
Acrylic X photograph commissioned to celebrate and promote Marc Wilmots 10th year in business.
The Art Directors Club approached us to design an identity and invitation for their Creative Directors’ Dinner series – where the ADC invites the worlds top Creative Directors from the very best agencies such as Saatchi & Saatchi to the special evenings in their corresponding city.
We finished our lettering and illustrations in copper foil on Neenah black linen stock and sent on their way around the world to top designers in New York, Paris, Barcelona, Sao Paulo, London, San Francisco and Chicago.
Playful and delicate type illustration made from hundreds of strands of party popper.
Invitations for the preview night of the 2014 Enlightened Exhibition. The whole design was laser engraved onto 4 different colours of 10mm colour changing perspex. Light reacts with the edges to give a vibrant colour, whilst the face of the invite remains almost colourless and transparent.
Nominated for 2013 Best Furniture Design Award
Chair design for Enlightened - an exhibition exploring lasers in design. The entire chair is made of clear, 12mm Perspex and is made up of 77 individual pieces.
Briefed to create something that was beautifully elegant and graphic from one angle, whilst detailed & intricate from another. From the front and back, the chair barely looks like a chair, more a rigid interlocking group of vertical and horizontal lines, where as from the side it is highly flourished and fluid.
The chair was well received at Enlightened, with Perspex ® themselves featuring it as an inspirational piece.
A clean modern monogram identity and fully responsive website for renowned photographer, Gavin Joynt.
T̶H̶I̶N̶K̶ DREAM was the title of my guest lecture at Plymouth University. This is the type treatment i created for the opening slide.
Bacteria type for my War Of The Worlds piece for the Invasion! exhibition at the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles.
Abstract psychedelic type treatments for the Invasion Exhibition at the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles.
Illustrated type treatment for the cover of the The Civic Gallery brochure.
The Latarus stool is an outdoor CorTen multifunctional seat designed for the 2014 Enlightened Exhibition.
Chalk type illustrations for Acorn Brewery for their new bar mats distributed throughout the UK and Italy and used in large format in Barcelona.
Multiple spot illustrations also used across the breweries website, also designed by me.
A fun and bold typographic illustration asking the big question, do flying saucers exist? And what a better way to ask this question than a huge question mark made from the classic, nostalgic sweet - Flying Saucers.