Project category: Commissions

Nu—Nerds

Typography for an article in WIRED, US about young hackers who are destined to dominate technology and shape our future.

The WIRED World 20l7

Typography for WIRED UK’s The WIRED World In 2017 issue, forecasting trends in Technology, Business, Government, Media, Science, Environment, Medicine and Lifestyle.

Top 30 Studios

Cover for the 2016 November issue of Computer Arts, showcasing the third annual UK Design Studio Rankings.

The top 30 studios are concealed beneath removable silver latex, whilst the final rankings are revealed inside the magazine.

The Untaggable Issue

Typographic artwork for Audi Magazine’s Untaggable Issue, celebrating the unexpected and the incomparable — the people, places and ideas that defy definition.

Commissioned by Northstar
Art Director: Emma Try

Horizons

Typographic image for WIRED UK’s special issue HORIZONS, which includes insights into the future of transport, additive printing and logistics.

The printed version uses a combination of metallic and regular inks to give the cover added depth.

Creative Director: Andrew Diprose

Archetype

Cover design for OFFF’s 2016 book entitled Archetype.

Archetype collates words, concepts, ideas, thoughts, images and emotions from over 100 practicing artists and designers, exploring with first-hand insight the world of art and design.

Practice Being Stupid

Artwork for the 2016 OFFF book Archetype — a collection of words, concepts, ideas, thoughts, images and emotions from over 100 practicing artists and designers.

Our piece is an extract from a letter written in 1965 by American artist Sol LeWitt to fellow artist and close friend Eva Hesse. During a period of self-doubt and creative block, Eva received an emotive and inspirational letter of advice from Sol, copies of which have since inspired artists the world over.

The words have also been brought to life in an awe-inspiring reading as part of a series called Letters Live, which can be viewed here Nowness: Letters Live

Logotype

Wordmark for an online publisher that provides selected curators the freedom to write within their areas of interest. By doing so they aim to turn the attention back to the talented writers and the varying interest that shape their points of view.

www.buzzworthy.com

Creative Leaders 50

Identity for Creative Leaders 50, a scheme from Creative Review, which celebrates, educates and inspires those who are leading creative businesses, organisations and teams.

Art Director: Paul Pensom

Cover

Cover for the 2016 redesign of Creative Review, which incorporates an identity created for Creative Leaders 50, a scheme designed to celebrate, educate and inspire those who are leading creative businesses, organisations and teams.

Art Director: Paul Pensom