Some early designs for a branding exercise for Reebok. The two contrasting looks being born out of the same modern geometric type. One with vibrant neon glowing colours and the other focusing on a theme echoing the British flag.
Three letters from the typography letter project. Each Letter is an individually crafted piece of typographic lettering using any medium. Time taken on each letter is < 30 minutes.
This robot illustration was created as part of a patchwork project for yayhooray. The theme was open, and this sinister robot was well received by the group.
This logo was created to promote the popular tech podcast 20 Sides of Nerd. With the sole purpose of bringing their existing branding up to date, and fitting into their new website design at http://20sidesofnerd.com
It’s worth noting that I didn’t choose to re-brand one of the most iconic identities of our time. In this exercise, brands were handed out to designers randomly, and I drew this particular company.
My contribution to a patchwork collaboration based on usernames of a design forum. This piece uses isometric typography and bold colours. Colouring two sides of the letters only makes them appear raised even though the ‘top’ area of the letter is indistinguishable from the background.
Poltergeist Screen Print is one of a series of 13 horror cards called Scream Prints. Each designed by an individual designer and each based on a horror film.
This invitation was done for a multi-event party at The Ice House Gallery on the SA1 riverside in Swansea. The disco ball and igloo mirror each other while the party information text sits in between.
This graphical illustration was used in a photo/graphic project with the theme of ‘connections’.
I created this K for an alphabet book. Representing a keyboard using typography, the original hand drawn isometric letter has been transformed back into a two dimensional shape using flat lines.