I couldn’t resist having a go at creating Fender from Robots. He was constructed in Cinema 4D using movie stills for reference. His distant cousin, Bender from Futurama, is below.
Keeping it in the family... I come from a line of engineers, if it wasn't for design I may well be walking the same path right now, so when I was asked to create a new brand identity for Drysdale Brothers, entirely from scratch, I used a little behind the scenes insight to arrive at this solution. These are a few boards from a larger presentation.
A little type experiment, playing around with simple curves...
Haggis. Food of the Gods. Well, sort of. A scottish delicacy nonetheless! In my humble opinion, haggis packaging has far too long been neglected. Well not any more!
I always liked this saying – I wanted to capture it in an old typographic style.
Geometric shapes are simple in comparison to organic matter. This is work in progress – I'm planning to put a 3D slant on the self portrait theme and I'll fire up the results when I'm done.
I took up the guitar at the beginning of 2011 and, in an effort to ‘become one with the instrument’, I thought I’d see if I could utilise some texture mapping to create a very accurate representation of my new toy.
A delicate logo I designed for a friend.
Don't you just hate it when you buy tickets as a present for someone and you have nothing physical to give? I designed this little ticket holder for a six nations game.
This is a question we recently asked a group of graduate students visiting TMS, the three most innovative ideas would win £500. This simple flyer seemed like an elegant way to pose the question.