Personal work done in Illustrator. Done in response to certain things happening in my life at the time. Hence the use of the word Blasè. Arranging the dots was quite a time sink but also very therapeutic!
Fashion Graphic Design. Visuals of clothing concepts I was asked to do for the Lambretta clothing brand. This is just a small sample of the work I did for them. I enjoyed working with Lambretta. It was great experience of designing for ladies fashion.
Illustrative t-shirt design work done for a personal potential brand of clothing in the future. Drawing monsters and creatures and animals is a guilty pleasure of mine. I would love to create a range of clothing showcasing this!
Web Graphic Design. Banner and welcome image designed for the site Journal of Interest. The brief was to keep it simple and clean so as to not detract from the rest of the website. I enjoyed doing this, good challenge trying to create something interesting but not too distracting.
Lino print illustrations. Lino is a medium that I enjoy using very much. Coming up with the design, carving it out by hand and then inking up the plate and seeing how your work has paid off is very rewarding! I hope to do more lino prints in the near future.
The brief behind the Bigfoot print was ‘What would you change?’. My idea was that the creatures and legends told in Cryptozoology really exist. To change them from fiction to fact.
The black wolf print was the inspiration for this idea. I have a penchant for drawing animals and monsters!
The brief was to remind consumers that Lego products are superior than the other cheaper competitor brands out there. We were asked to do this in a way that did not acknowledge the competitor brands and simply try to remind the consumer about Lego’s quality and ethic. I decided to focus mine on family tradition and to establish the tradition of passing Lego down the family. Pass down your Lego to help kick start someone’s Lego collection and hopefully they will then stay loyal to the brand as they get older.
The brief was to create a new picnic range for M&S that has everything you need to enjoy a picnic included in the box. My idea was to create one aimed at families, primarily ones with young children. I went for a jungle theme tried to come up with a picnic box that was interactive to keep the children entertained. That’s where the mask box idea came from. Inside the one of the boxes, contains enough for one person to enjoy a picnic lunch, this way families can mix and match animal designs and buy what they need accordingly. Also this way everyone can join in the fun!
This is a poster design I created for a fictitious deli. We had to create a business and then brand it. Mixed media. I stencilled type, printed them on to card with paint and then scanned into Photoshop and then edited them in there to create a hand made looking and textured poster.