Vellark are a Bristol based interior design company, the focus on the logo was splitting the origin of the company, the two names of Veli and Clark, into their own blueprint style logotype.
In September, Astra Zeneca approached me to begin working on a safety campaign, looking to span across the next two years. This project involved working with Astra Zeneca's SHE Commitment to Safety Board, ensuring a high standard of both quality and information. For the posters and digital aspects, I decided to focus upon clarity of information, as well as repetition of form, in order to relay information in a concise and practical manner.
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BHAT are a small Somerset based company that have been creating cider since 2014, and approached me during the summer of 2015 in order to begin taking their product into Pubs and restaurants around Bristol. The energetic company consists of an engineering specialist (Byrom), an apple provider (Holt), marketing and 'Cider Bez' (Arthur) and finally a certified apple genius (Thomas) leaving you with the unusual but certainly bold company name pronounced 'Bat'.
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When approached to create the look of Warwick's 2016 Battle of the Bands, I decided to begin with the shape of physical music, a circle. This shape I felt being easily recognisable and relatable to the shape of records, cd's or even reminiscent of cassette tapes. Due to the many heats involved with the competition, the posters maintain the same visual themes whilst having their own colour schemes, to help signify each individual event.
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When creating this 12" record cover for artist Joe Kelly, I styled the design on that of a Ouija board, matching the sinister themes of the lyrics. As the focus of the song is on an imminently arriving devil, the first element of the cover involved the light of a slightly open doorway. This is used to both guide the viewer to the approaching horns of the devil, and to the typography on the cover.
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When working on Egg magazine, a publication that focused on revolving themes of human relationships, my particular section was focused around colleagues at work. Due to the tone of voice of the publication, the design and imagery involved had to match the fun and often humorous nature of the stories within. I matched these themes by using bold and vibrant imagery, often involving elements from within the stories.
This project revolved around trying to sell a particular typeface with the use of a type specimen. To sell the typeface; Trade Gothic Next by Monotype, I needed to both reflect the individual personality of the typeface within the type specimen, and appeal to type enthusiasts and designers. For my outcome a set of cards would be included upon purchase, giving both a description of example weights, and being perforated to allow for the letterforms to be popped and placed on a work-desk.
This publication was based around the theme of communication, with the first issue looking into the use of braille. Throughout the paper, the use of textured backgrounds emphasises a sense of touch, with a subdued colour palette only highlighting the different letters in the braille alphabet. The publication also includes insights and stories surrounding sight impairment throughout.
These posters were to promote a series of dance performances from various companies. All of the companies varied greatly in their work, so therefore the posters had to be equally as appealing and eye catching, yet each with their own individual look. I created the artwork using water and luminescent ink, and mimicked shapes from the performances in both the imagery and the typography used.
This publication is to advertise the film 'Dolls' to a new european audience. The film was directed by Takeshi Kitano, whom is known for long drawn out shots, and his touching and yet normally violent storylines. The film in question is a portrayal of three different love stories, all of which ending in tragic and original ways. One of the stories, that which I based this publication on, is a story in which two lovers are bound by a red cord in order to keep safe the one of them who is suffering mentally after a recovery from a suicide attempt.