Sunday, 23 November 2014
Friday, 14 November 2014
A double post! Two new designs I enjoyed working on here. I like challenging myself with recreating the fur on different animals, as correct shading is imperative in making the animals look convincing both in the fur they distinctly have but also as a vehicle to show their form and shape
I am in love with these graphic logos used as document covers for Insurance Maps for different cities in America.
The intricacy and crispness of these stunning designs are seldom seen in any form of graphic design nowadays.
My work always in some way harks back to the traditional and I may use these as a basis for a future greeting card or piece of packaging design
I took a short break out from my current Christmas-themed work to turnover an illustration which was essentially a two day project. Above shows me explaining the intricacies of this piece to Sheamus ;)
I am interested in producing more line illustrations created with pen, coloured in flat tones. I have a lot of areas I want to refine, including both the definition and colour palettes, but this was a nice tester to see how things look initially.
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
This is my final design for the Next Stop, Christmas! card. I have added a snowy road to the car so it isn't floating in the air. The snow on the christmas tree gives a much more wintery festive feel so this was a nice touch to add.
Here the car still looks plain and the tree just looks like a random tree.
The white background is more contemporary, however as a vintage card I feel the card should be more inviting and old fashioned with a warm Christmassy feel.
Friday, 10 October 2014
Wednesday, 8 October 2014
Tuesday, 7 October 2014
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Wednesday, 24 September 2014
This is a series of Robots I designed and illustrated for a company which used exercise to teach mathematics. Each character deals with a discipline within maths, for example the Data Handling Robot, which uses his keen eye to analyse data like a detective.
Saturday, 23 August 2014
This is a proposal for a Lego app for children. It takes the physical lego bricks we know and love and scans them into a virtual world where challenges and tasks are undertaken. Instead of the construction being the main selling point of Lego set, with my proposal it is only the beginning.
Monday, 18 August 2014
I took a typographical approach to this poster to show the eclectic nature of the works shared across the walls of Yorks. I also toned down the black logo to a softer grey and this ended up deciding my colour scheme or grey and yellow.