Character Design, Illustration, Print Design
A character based print.
- TikiA self-initiated print which, illustrates a blend of hawaiian culture and modern character design.
This is a 10ft colouring wall I created on behalf of Juniper Park for Toronto Pearson International Airport. The purpose of the Colour-Me Wall was to entertain families and travellers during the busy March Break season.
The wall was placed in strategic locations in two terminals, prompting families to have a little bit of colouring fun while they wait for their flight. The wall was on display for ten days and refreshed each night with a brand new colouring sheet.Drawing, Graffiti, Illustration2012
In the last few weeks at work for Opus Print I created a company christmas card which they sent out to their clients and also some limited edition wine boxes.
The cards doubled as chocolate dispensers as they slotted into the stocking pockets within.Illustration, Character Design, Packaging2011
Here are a couple of recently completed artworks for the OffBeige exhibition held in Brighton on the 10th November. I decided to create a set of layered vector illustrations, hand cut, measuring 12" x 12" based on some of the cutural aspects of Brighton itself.
"When I think of Brighton, I think vintage shops, quirky tearooms, eccentric characters, bearded romantics but most of all I think of it’s location by the sea. With that in mind I decided to illustrate the types of seaworthy clientele you might find in such a place and present them in my own quirky fashion."Character Design, Digital Art, Illustration2011
DUTP Sticker Book
2 Pages of character-head stickers based loosely around the idea of 'sweet & sour'.
"DUTP was founded in 1985 and is affiliated to Dalian University of Technology. The design book publishing center specialises in the publications of graphic, illustration, interior and architectural design."Character Design, Illustration, Print Design2011
I introduce to you Diego, the Cowboy. He is one half of my Cowboys Vs Indians diptych. Diego prints are available from my online store.Illustration, Character Design, Print Design2011
I introduce to you Catkin, the Indian. He is one half of my Cowboys Vs Indians diptych. Catkin prints are available from my online store and has also been featured in the fifth issue of Ammo Magazine.Character Design, Illustration, Print Design2011
Editorial piece commissioned by Art Editor, Alan Wardle of Computer Arts Projects Magazine, Issue 141 'Editorial Design' October 2010.
I was asked to come up with 4 stylized characters to show the process of self-publishing among a group of friends. Each character represents each part of the self-publishing process: Concept & Design, Print & Crop, Bind & Finish, Pack & Send.Illustration, Character Design, Print Design2011
Computer Arts Projects : Issue 139 July 2010 (Character Design)
“Barnaby Bluefuzz is a deadly fur coated buccaneer who got lost at sea during a treacherous storm and drifted into the pipe system below a bustling high street. As he bursts through the manhole he is angry and confused at the chaos that surrounds him.Character Design, Illustration, Print Design2011
This is my contribution to the Versus Project 2010. I was allocated the 'eights' so I decided to go down the pirate route and designed these four lovely fellows with each one reflecting their 'suit'. There was also and exhibition marking the launch of the project where larger prints of each design were put on show.Illustration, Print Design, Character Design2011
My submission to Ben Steer's AIWFCC project in aid of Young Bristol.
The launch night was held at 'The White Bear' in Bristol alongside 19 other illustrator's card, a charity art auction and some cracking live art to round off the night.Print Design, Illustration, Character Design2011
A collection of promotional material I have designed and manufactured to promote myself as an Illustrator and Designer.
Most of which is available from my online store.Branding, Illustration, Print Design2011
Interview and feature by the lovely people at Babyboss Magazine for their Character Design Issue, (Volume 03 Edition 14, Sep/Nov 2010).Illustration, Print Design, Publishing2011
Piece for the sciencewerk//clonewar exhibition. The design had to show a response to the idea of cloning.
It could have been from either side of the cloning argument but as I am undecided on which side of the fence my opinion lies, I decided to make more of a ‘fun’ piece.
The design was also produced as a 12 colour t-shirt design for Lafraise on Heather Grey American Apparel.
It was then part of a limited set of 500 and is now sold out.Textile Design, Character Design, Illustration2011
Cover design for December 2009’s Southwest issue of 247 Magazine. They wanted something ‘Christmassy’ and similar to my ‘Dirty Cream Cushion’. So I designed them a little bear with a Christmas pudding on his noggin, complete with holly, baubles and snow. They were distributed all over SW England and I picked up a copy from HMV in Plymouth.Illustration, Print Design, Character Design2011
“This is Racket. During his days at school he often sits, stares out of the nearby window and doodles in his notebook. I bet you've all done it rather than listen to your teacher, I know I have.”
Produced as a 8 colour design on Cream American Apparel, this T-shirt was produced as a limited set of 500 and is now sold out.Illustration, Print Design, Textile Design2011
Here is a piece of work commissioned by Creative Orchestra. It was part of a blind auction that was held throughout the football season with most of the proceeds going to the Manchester United Foundation.
The idea was to create an image based on “celebrating life, everyday, everywhere, responsibly” within 90 minutes (the same length as a football match) whilst also having subtle reference to the drink sponsor, Diageo.
Each of the characters I designed was influenced by a particular type of beverage without actually associating them directly.Illustration, Character Design, Print Design2011
Various T-Shirt designs I have created for personal projects or independent clothing companies.Textile Design, Character Design, Illustration2011
Double-sided cushion cover for 'The Dirty Cream'.
I wasn’t given a theme or brief so I used the name of the company and mixed it up with my own personal style to produce the front & back designs below.Textile Design, Character Design, Illustration2011
Here is a print I donated to a charity exhibition held back on the 15th of December in London.
It was printed by hand on 300gsm A2 card and then auctioned off after the opening night.
All proceeds went towards Barnardos. I later adapted the design into my current Superfex logo.Character Design, Illustration, Print Design2011
A design to promote 'Bass Kitchen' online. They wanted my style mixed with their idea of ‘cooking with music’. The colour palette and format of the design was down to me.
I also took part in some live-art alongside uni friends, at one of their events.Illustration, Drawing, Creative Direction2011
A collection of promotional material designed for the charity We Heart Arts.
These include a 10ft x 4ft festival banner, an E.P cover, logo and stickers.
I was given free range on most of these projects except the logo which, was produced from the client’s own concept.Character Design, Branding, Illustration2011
EP cover, myspace graphics and flyer for ‘Jet Pilot Audio’.
They wanted the e.p cover to feature a robot whilst also being colourful and lively to reflect their own music.
Their myspace page needed a similar design to tie it all together and show a level of continuity.Branding, Illustration, Design2011
All works © Superfex 2012.
Please do not reproduce without the expressed written consent of Superfex.
Please do not reproduce without the expressed written consent of Superfex.