So I’ve been balancing daddy daycare (as some insist on calling it) with freelance work, which comes with its own challenges… reply to client query, send those PDF proofs or play peek-a-boo behind a stair gate until the little one’s attention to something else is peaked, usually by a remote control – one of which has completely disappeared…maybe James ate it?
Just had new business cards printed ready for the London Book Fair this week. Now I love a good t-shirt, and like to do my bit for the planet by recycling, so it’s quite cool that these cards are printed on cotton paper stock made from recycled t-shirts! Simple cards printed on lovely textured uncoated stock.
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.
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.