I made another website last week. For a super talented video director, editor and cameraman Guy Hanley.
Here is his website, check it out, he is good!
It’s only my second website, but it didn’t take me as long as the first one, so hopefully soon I will be getting them done with no time.
It always nice when people like what you do.
My friend H wrote this lovely piece about my Urban Intervention project in her blog. I made it to the Love it category! Thank you H! x
You can read it here http://liveitloveitmakeit.blogspot.com/2013/06/art-for-you-to-find.html
Check out rest of their blog, it is full of tasty treats for your eyes.
Last week I was fortunate enough to design a Twitter background for Daleside Brewery.
I always wanted to do something in the world of real ale product design and was very happy that I could do my first bit.
Hopefully in future I will be able to design a pump clip for someone – there are so many breweries out there who could do with some help! I have seen it too many times when ales don’t sell because of their poor branding – I can tell from my own experience that when there are 20 of them in a row I always going with one what has the most appealing pump clip.
You can follow them here: https://twitter.com/DalesideBrewery
Paul Jackson, the owner of the New Adelphi Club in Hull, asked me if I could design a quick flyer for the club to promote the upcoming gigs- The Jeffrey Lewis and Peter Stamfel Band, The Lulo Reinhardt Band and This Is The Kit. I basically only had a morning to make it – here is the result.
Found this today when looking around my external hard drive.
It was my first ever piece of design. I didn’t even know how to use Illustrator then.
The poster was for Portland band Lovers.
There was a poster already for this gig but I didn’t really like it and after couple beers I thought I will have a go at making one.
So I did.
First one with the picture would not have worked very well because all the The Adelphi posters are printed black and white so I changed it and I liked the second version even more.
Yesterday we had our first screen print workshop. A workshop I have been waiting for the most!
We had to bring in something ourselves what we wanted to print.
So I drew this typographic piece with Ron Swnson’s quote (I love Ron Swanson, he is the wisest man on earth) and his adorable face.
I only got as far as getting it on the screen – next Tuesday it’ll be printing time!
This is the work in progress picture…the artwork on two different pieces of tracing paper for colour separation.