Sign of the Times
NB Studio, Spring Chicken and Michael Wolff invited designers from all over the world to submit a design to replace the ‘Elderly People’ road sign as they felt it was ageist and outdated.
An exhibition of the designs took place at the Protein Gallery, London on the 11th – 13th of September, 2015.
Another person was given credit for my design – sad times, but I did manage to get hold of the sign as a keep sake – good times :).
Find out more here: www.creativecourage.co.uk
PRESENT! Exhibition (London Design Festival 2015)
I was invited by We Are Equals to create a poster for PRESENT! A week long exhibition that brought together designers from across the world to help street children in India. The exhibition was held at London Design Festival (19 – 27 September 2015).
Find out more here: PRESENT!
I was 1 of 25 invited by the lovely people at Slanted to make a '25' for their special 25th Slanted output, which celebrates 10 years of existence. The result is a limited edition risograph printed booklet in 14 colours.
Participants included: ATTAK, Edward Fella, Hi, Hort, House Industries (Ken Barber), karlssonwilker inc. (Jan Wilker), Klub7, Stefan Marx, Monotype, Non-Format, R2, amongst others...
Visit Slanted here: www.slanted.de
Slanted – Monsterbox
I was invited to take part in Monsterbox, a project created by Slanted/Magma Brand Design. Monsterbox is a collection of 150 illustrated note cards, printed on high quality card stock using 3 HKS special colours. I created 2 monsters - 'The Burrowing One Eye' and 'Self Sufficient'.
Buy Monsterbox here: www.slanted.de
Little White Lies & Ralph Steadman / Breaking Bad Exhibition
To celebrate the release of the Breaking Bad Limited Edition Blu-ray Steelbooks, featuring exclusive artwork by legendary British cartoonist Ralph Steadman, Little White Lies released a creative brief to design a piece of artwork based on a memorable scene from Breaking Bad.
The brief was created to coincide with a special exhibition of exclusive hand-crafted character illustrations by Ralph Steadman, at the 71a gallery in East London. Ralph would then choose 15 of the entries to sit alongside his artwork in the exhibition.
I was extremely honoured to be one of the fifteen selected for the exhibition by Ralph. My artwork is based on the scene where Gustavo Fring is unfortunate enough to have half of his face blown off. I had a great time at the exhibition and even got to meet the main man himself.