Logo design for an acupuncture clinic – simple and to the point, literally.
3D renders can save time and money, particular when your clients are based overseas. Rather than mail out real mock ups of this folding card, I popped a quick 3D visualisation together to help sell the concept in.
Knowledge is power, right? This is a logo I designed for an online research library.
I'm off to join the circus for a few months (literally), this is a request I submitted to work. I'm very passionate about it, something I tried to convey through the typography and illustrative style.
This is a piece of work in progress, I wanted to create a magical piece of type that wouldn't feel out of place in a fairy tale.
I wanted to create a piece of packaging with an old medicinal feel – like something you might find stashed away in your grandfather's attic. This piece is an exercise in 3D modelling and texturing, creating a hyperreal, atmospheric and vintage feel.
This is a little type experiment based around Copperplate Bold. I designed it with a 3D output in mind – here are a few test compositions.
A few years ago my work threw a party, the theme was, come as something starting with the letter C. Which makes more sense when you know the company was called Chemistry. I wanted to create a set of teaser posters that provided a bit of inspiration. I think that all fonts have a personality, so I dressed a few different ones in a way that suited them.
Random things make for some fun design... A Jewish friend of mine had a Moustache themed party, so I created a few kitsch mo's and badges. (I should have been a model with a face like that, I know).
A logo I designed for an engineering company who specialise in precision components. The graphic has been created from an underlying geometry.