“Squatters. Dirty disheveled hippies lazing about smoking dope while occupying other people’s properties? Maybe. Maybe not.”
That’s the opening description of this self-published novel I worked on with author Irene Pylypec, laying out the text and designing the cover, which reflects the author’s fond memories of looking out over the rooftops of London under starry skies. You can buy the book here at this rather well known book store…
I was asked by the Institute of New Economic Thinking, part of the Oxford Martin School, partner of Oxford University to design a new logo and newsletter for the Post-Carbon Transition programme, which is looking at the economic and structural transition to a post-carbon society. A once in a civilisation change – and a great opportunity to work on a logo that will be seen by a global audience.
This was a client who wanted a new logo design for their business, which combined three different business ventures into one business name and gave the business a more professional identity, which would be applied to vehicles, clothing, business stationary, new website and marketing materials.
Having recently worked on local authors book covers, I recently designed and produced this roller-banner for Edward Bernard for his series of self-published books, which benefit Oxford Children’s hospital.
Work produced for new golf brand, ixTEE, which had developed a new kind of golf tee, which was both biodegradable and designed to enable straighter flight of the ball. I worked on logos, branding, banner adverts, stickers and product packaging.
Following a brand and logo design I completed for Guitars of Vintage for a new website, I applied the logo and web address to a vintage style black guitar pick and was printed in gold paint for both classic vibe and clear contrast for the logotype.
I also did the studio photography for sales, marketing and website use.
Book series designed for Raintree Publishing, looking at different “cool” jobs. These spread designs are from the Wildlife Photographer book in the Ignite brand, where each spread has a magazine-style layout, but maintains a familiar feel throughout and shares common design elements and endmatter pages for consistency across the range of eight titles in the series.