Friday, 5 November 2010


First project of the 3rd year was to select an event and create a poster for it. I chose Ping! London, an event that encouraged people to pick up table tennis bats and play a game on tables that had been set up all over London, for free. In the end I made 3 possible solutions but only handed in 2.

Monday, 4 October 2010


2nd poster of this nocturnal animals business. A fox!

Friday, 1 October 2010


An Owl! Just something that arrived out of boredom, although I quite like it. Thinking of making it into a series of posters based on nocturnal animals. All will be screen printed when I get back to Uni. Lovely.

Monday, 13 September 2010


Information Graphics project. We had to pick a sport and create a promotional booklet/brochure focusing on one sport focusing on interesting ways to convey information, in order to promote the London 2012 Olympic Games. I chose basketball because I had recently returned from New York where I saw the New York Knicks.

Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Again Again Again

A branding and marketing project where we were asked to come up with a brand identity and different applications in which it could be used. I chose to do one for a company that makes gifts out of recyclable materials.

Poster Advertisment:


Sunday, 18 July 2010


Magazine project for one of our workshops. We had to create a front and back cover, contents, and 3 spreads. The demographic is for young, creative minded people.

I decided to focus on the title of the magazine, and based a lot of the imagery around that. The sections and titles represent the cycle of the fire and match the imagery used.

Have a look-see!

Monday, 25 January 2010

Typographic Horizons

This was our last project before the Christmas break, and probably our hardest this year. We had to create an A5 ( or smaller) mail out informing people of an event called "Typographic Horizons", a series of lectures given by famous typographers. I was pleased with my outcome, but I had to change it slightly due to time restraints.

Woop thurrrrr it is. I missed out the second page for Eric Spiekerman. Poor Eric Spiekerman. Instead of plain white paper, I wanted to have the pages going from orange, to red, to darker red, to purple then blue, and the red sun on the bottom of each page would have been a cut through instead. However coloured paper would have meant the text would have had to have been white, and to get white text I would have had to screen print it, but I ran out of time and had to stick with the white paper. After I had conquered this project, and humped it into submission, my desk was left in a pretty bad state. I only tidied it up yesterday as well.

I leave you with this: