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Ampersand for The New Republic. The illustration serves as an opening for their Book & The Arts section.

Kobe Bryant Typeface

Display typeface for NBA basketball player Kobe Bryant, an initiative that saw the font used across his Nike product range. The design of the typeface is based on Kobe’s existing logo.

Client: Nike Basketball

KD7 Logotype

Identity for the launch of Kevin Durant’s seventh signature shoe.

Client: Nike / Jordan

Innovation By Design

Identity for the 2015 Innovation By Design awards.

The competition includes 14 categories judged by a cross-section of established designers and design-minded executives. Entries are critiqued on their functionality, originality, beauty, sustainability, depth of user insight, cultural impact, and business impact.

Client: Fast Company

Dystopian Futures

Typography for WIRED’s monthly feature named Electric Word.

The extract comes from an interview with director and co-writer Brad Bird (co-written with Damon Lindelof) for the release of a feature film called Tomorrowland.

Creative Director: David Moretti
Art Director: Victor Krummenacher

Identity

Identity for Tim Greatrex, a design and architecture studio specialising in residential, cultural and commercial based projects.

Marie Curie

Typography for WIRED’s monthly feature named Electric Word.

The article champions other women scientists that are often overshadowed by Marie Curie — written by Rachel Swaby, author of Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science — and the World.

Creative Director: David Moretti
Art Director: Victor Krummenacher

Broken Hollywood

Typographic illustration for a special edition issue of Variety, which focused on areas that need fixing within the entertainment industry. Artwork was used across the cover and main feature.

Art direction: Cheyne Gateley & Chris Mihal

l00 Years Of Coke

Artwork for a Coca-Cola exhibit held at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia. The event, named The Coca-Cola Bottle: An American Icon at 100, salutes the iconic bottle and its special place in the worlds of art, design and commerce over the past 100 years.

Coca-Cola invited contemporary artists and designers from around the world to reinterpret the bottle in their own signature aesthetic. Our poster along with 25 other artists was displayed at the High Museum of Art, as well as being showcased in a limited-edition book called Kiss the Past Hello, highlighting the rich history of the Coca-Cola bottle.

Kevin Durant Typeface

Display typeface for NBA basketball player Kevin Durant, an initiative that saw the font used across his Nike product range. The design of the typeface is based on Durant’s existing logo.

Client: Nike Basketball