A one off print to celebrate the new Star Wars film. Using my geometric style, the design focuses on the light and dark sides of the force. As a side note, I'm avoiding all content up until the release because trailers show more than they need to these days.
A self initiated piece based on lyrics by the band Wolf Alice.
A print illustrating all the bands I have seen live since I was old enough to go to gigs & festivals. It mainly takes inspiration from tour posters over the last ten years & the more recent 'trend' of infographics. A self initiated project, which was (mainly) created so it could be placed on a wall inside my first house.
A self initiated project exploring the careers of some of my favourite actors & actresses. The goal was to create a series of interactive infographics that would be effective as a wall piece.
An exclusive collection developed for clothing retailer Urban Outfitters. The 'Geo Beast' illustrations feature signature animal graphics reinvented in a digital art style inspired by early 3D computer visuals. Like most of my work, they were created in a methodical, calculated process that combined the warm fuzziness of nature with lo-fi polygon design.
I was fortunate enough to be asked to create a new template for the Supremebeing email campaigns. This mobile optimized template was designed to maximize flexibility and provide the right assets to produce effective campaigns with an editorial element.
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A logo produced for Essex based producer of high quality TEM support films that support electron microscopy. The idea was to produce something that was playful, bold & retained their brand colours. I wanted to achieve a logo that encapsulated their product, team & brand as a whole.
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A four graphic series developed as an exclusive for UK retailer John Lewis. The 'Geo Beast' illustrations feature signature animal graphics reinvented in a digital art style inspired by early 3D computer visuals. Like most of my work, they were created in a methodical, calculated process that combined the warm fuzziness of nature with lo-fi polygon design.
Selected photography from lookbook photoshoots and dedicated shots for e-commerce & email marketing. A mixture of product detail & visual merchandising.
A Jon Snow (Game of Thrones) illustration. Inspired by the north.
A self initiated project which explored in to what modern films would look like if they were released in the 1970s.
A series of graphics combining two of my biggest inspirations; Geometry and Nature. I merged them into a style, which reflects the complex but simplistic realities and issues surrounding society and (particularly) British Wildlife. Sometimes the obvious solution isn't always the correct one.
This series evolved into the more recent 'Geo Beast' style, which has had great commerical success for various retailers.
A mixed bag of graphics used on various Supremebeing products.
A logotype commission for a web agency based in Cambridgeshire.
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Shop branding for UK based tattoo artist Mike Stockings.
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A t-shirt graphic built on three big influences within the company; Music, film & the 1980s.
The Supremebeing 'Icon' is their equivalent of the Nike tick. As strong as it is, I wanted to add an extra level of depth to each design so it stood out more on the streets and in the shops.
When does an image become so famous, so iconic that it's easily recognizable when extremely simplified? I took four famous images and after a lot of experimentation simplified them to their final forms below. I won't say what they are, it would be interesting to see if you can recognize them!
This logo for 'BIFCUL81' took inspiration from the main games played on the twitch channel and molded them together into something that creates an impact as soon as the viewer clicks on to the channel.