This exhibition showcased a Western collection, so I reflected this by modifiying and updating a 19th Century Egyptian-style font originally designed for letterpress (a similar pressure-printing method to woodblock) around the same time as the prints were made, and gave it a delicate typographic treatment to mimic precise brush lines.
Early development of elegantly kerned serif type began to sit at odds with the beautifully vibrant patterns and prints within the exibition. A bold sans-serif typeface with strong presence was chosen for balance. The dark grey, white and red colours were the most common colours in the fabric collections, and were used throughout the interiors of the exhibition. See exhibition page for further details).
A logo for a pub league dart's team that tended to play after a wake, and were paid in leftovers.View project
Blaise Castle & Museum is set within many acres of fields and woodland on top of a steep hill high above Bristol. I created a graduated colour scheme to mirror the sun rising over the hill. These colours were also brought into the interior design of the house and exhibition (see exhibition page for further details).View project
Created for a film production company's series of short films, which took traditional fairytales and reimagined them for a modern audience.View project
A logo for an initiative to help jobseekers travel to interviews via donated bicycles.View project
Logo for a record label that originally specialised in reissuing (and thus salvaging) long-lost psychedelic folk albums from the distant past, bringing them to a new audience.View project
Logo for an annual month-long festival celebrating local walks, which aims to encourage to get more people of all ages and abilities active.View project
Typographic logo work for a personal project.View project
Logo for a badminton club.View project
Logo for a train enthusiast magazine.View project
A set of identities for an umbrella company and subsidiary automotive service businesses.View project