— Work in progress*

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There is nothing quite like hand drawn type, charcoal makes everything a little messy – I like it! Unfortunately I can’t reveal a lot about this project, but I will be posting up more information when all is completed.

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The first peak of my career hit before commercial experience, still to this day I can’t believe what can be achieved through passion, graft, many mistakes and hard work. The exhibition has since become a permanent feature in The New York Times building, feel truly blessed to of been a part of “The lettering of On Language in the New York Times Magazine.”

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I’ve had the pleasure of helping Elaine Auld develop her brand for Tuppence over the past few months. Tuppence is a new project bringing together old bric-a-brac to create original quirky homeware and gifts. Here is a little iPhone snap of her business card. The full project will be uploaded once the website design is complete!

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I’ve been working with La Venue, a quaint little coffee shop in Whitehaven. They’re recently undergoing some big changes and I’m thrilled to be apart of it! Here is a sneak peak at the wall design (work in progress stage), currently with the printers…

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Submission for a Graphic Design Contest by Designcollector and Depositphotos for DCMAG n°03 – The Digital Decade.

Natural vs Digital / The natural world translated into digital, exploring the processing of information. 10 years of evolution marked by a 10 sided decagon to represent pixels.

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This takes me back to 2008. I was invited to work on some initial concepts for Food Should Taste Good. This idea combined the ingredients – one written ingredient/one usage. Feels like so long ago!

—Experimentation can generate interesting ideas.

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