Saturday, 27 June 2009

I'm scared

I finally have a job for summer...or almost. I have a trial at the County (my local) tonight, actually in one hour 6 minutes, and like everything else new to me, I'm stressing out. I've never worked in a bar before, and I'm already worrying about every possible thing that could go wrong. I'm quite clumsy, and get confused realllly easily so I just don't think this is the job for me. Oh god. Help me. 

Pavel Morozov

Thursday, 25 June 2009

Tom Palumbo

Fashion photography dating back to 1950s...

Monday, 22 June 2009

Farrow: Peyton and Byrne

Just came across this really nice signage by Farrow for bakery Peyton and Byrne, which I've posted about before when they had designed the packaging for them. Love the whole branding for this company.

Roanne Adams

Roanne Adams runs a multi-disciplinary design studio in NYC offering artful freshness, visual consistency and eco-friendly solutions. Her team is devoted to building iconic and compelling experiences for brands in the areas of lifestyle, fashion, art, and beauty. 

(this work also features photography by Tom Hines).

Monday, 15 June 2009

Book Cover

front and back

Final Typographic Street Book

Here's some of the final spreads for my book on typography within the street, "High Riggs", as per blog isn't letting me add half the stuff i want to...

Thursday, 11 June 2009

Oh hello there

Okay, I've decided from now on, I'm going to use this blog properly, as up until now its been used rather half heartedly, partly down to the blog not letting me upload half the stuff i want to (maybe i should use a different blog?). 

So, finished up for the summer and passed 2nd year, thank goodness! And after spending what seemed like weeks in the print room, Mary actually like my book and poster, which was a nice end to the year. 

Also, headed along to the Nigel Peake exhibition going on at Schop gallery in Edinburgh at the moment; not a huge exhibition but as usual the stuff on show was fantastic. I just don't understand how he has the patience to draw all of those tiny lines!