It’s been a fun and varied year for creative projects and I’d like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who’s been a part of it!
Just a quick post to wish you a Happy New Year and all the best for 2018.
Just a quick post to wish you all a Happy New Year and all the best for the year ahead. Here’s to making 2017 an awesome one!
Cities of Hope is a week long festival which has seen 9 internationally renowned street artists, along with a few local legends, create landmark large scale murals across Manchester’s Northern Quarter to raise awareness for a range of social justice issues, with each being linked to a local charity.
I’ve had a batch of little recycled pocketbooks printed up to send out with this year’s holiday treats!
Following on from my previous post, here’s a round up of the latest letters from my Mixed Media Experiments project.
I don’t work with traditional mediums very often these days – other than for rough mock ups which I almost always import into Illustrator and refine digitally.
That’s not to say I don’t love working with traditional mediums. I’d like to start incorporating them more into my digital work so have been experimenting with ways in which I can do so, combining my love for lettering in the process with a series of Mixed Media Letter Experiments.
The Rusty Alexander is a neat new project, headed up by artist Rustbucket Workshop, in which an old Leyland Olympus Alexander Double Decker Bus is being converted into a travelling art gallery and trove of curiosities. I fell in love with the idea as soon as I heard about it, so was stoked to be asked to design a logo for the project.
I’m pleased to share my latest custom lettering and logo design project with you all, commissioned by Kirsty Burgoine and the good folks over at Shropgeek, for their new brand and website launch.