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30/10/2015 - Comments Off on D&AD Black Pencil

D&AD Black Pencil

No explanation required. Executive Creative Director: Justin Tindall.dand_black_pencil

04/12/2014 - Comments Off on Kids Computer Concept

Kids Computer Concept

A little bit ahead of it's time. Jonathan Ive take note. Designed in 1992 during the third and final year of the product design degree in Manchester. Even included a rubber fold over cover.

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09/09/2013 - Comments Off on Rockford Asset Management Reception

Rockford Asset Management Reception

Commissioned by Rockford Asset Management to overhaul the entrance and reception of their City Road, N1 building. The main focus was to reconfigure the space from a functional point of view by moving the main stairs and repositioning the reception. Two bespoke reception desks where designed and created, alongside a new lighting scheme and wall graphics.
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04/01/2007 - Comments Off on Are We Nearly There Yet

Are We Nearly There Yet

Created to replace traditional sponsorship for my marathon running, Are We Nearly There Yet initially sold limited edition T-shirts by designers and illustrators to raise money for Cancer Research. This idea was developed to include metal enamel badges. Recently found a load of old ones which people are welcome to purchase. They are £5 each with £4 going to Cancer Research. Payment can be made through PayPal. Sneaker Dog by Joel Lardner, Acid Mouse by Matt ... Distance and 1234 by myself.
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26/05/2006 - Comments Off on The Conran Shop: Japan

The Conran Shop: Japan

The Conran Shop was planning a festival of all things Japanese and required an identity, product book and press poster. The book came in a bespoke handmade bag and the poster ingeniously, by the power of origami, folded up into a dog.

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06/09/2003 - Comments Off on Typical


Identity, art direction, typeface and products were created for the product design company Typical set up by myself, Jason Maclean and Yusef Hanif. Based on the idea of developing ‘Typical’ products through collaboration. A number of the products were developed in association with leading British fashion house Eley Kishimoto, including the rope print modular sofa and Hobnob chair.

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