March 6, 2012
These are the two variations on the Serif & Point logo, a new jewellery company specialising in design with a good pedigree! The first is a simple pure typographical logo design, (-you can’t go wrong with a beautiful ampersand!) the second is with the addition of an illustrated dragonfly mark, used for when a little more embellishment is required!
February 14, 2011
The infamous Zsa Zsa joins the line-up of characters in my Wits and Dandies series, joining Mr Oscar Wilde, Jerome K Jerome and Serge Gainsbourg, all hand illustrated and screen printed on heavyweight white in ink of blackest black -available in my shop soon! and hmm perhaps quite apt as an alternative Valentines!
February 3, 2011
October 28, 2010
This is my halloween limited edition screen print that will be going out to clients and art directors, hand pulled with hand finished gold embellishment (beware of magpies!). I am running a competition between now and Halloween (31st October) over on my twitter page for anyone who would like to get their zombie fingers on a copy! -It’s gunna a thriller night!
October 6, 2009
This was my logo concept for MTV’s new talk show “It’s On With Alexa Chung” I was invited to pitch for the logo and backdrop design for the set, they went with a different design in the end (aww shucks!) but I really enjoyed creating the custom typography and putting this one together, so I thought rather than letting it hid away shyly on my hard drive, I’d give it a chance to see the world and post it here!
July 27, 2009
I was asked to illustrate the front cover of the Don’t Panic media packs based on the theme of Feminism which will be distributed to 80,000 across the country -pick up one free at a selection of bars and shops and distribution points across the UK!
April 25, 2009
First results of the nautical illustrated type screen printed up on a girlie tee!
April 2, 2009
Illustrated typography with a nautical theme, after all you should never trust an octopus!
January 15, 2009
Just a quick animated flash logo for a friend’s music reviewing site over at http://itsbasicallyjustsexmusic.blogspot.com (click to see the animated version as WordPress doesn’t seem to like flash files) -Apparently the title is taken from an Alan Partridge quote!