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26 July 2010

Nuala EP artwork (+EP Launch)


Local Bristol-based musician NUALA has one of those incredible voices that stops you dead in your tracks! Not only does she collaborate vocally with several musical acts, but she also writes a strong song of her own. Tomorrow (Tuesday 27th July) she launches her solo EP at The Golden Lion (Gloucester Rd, Bristol) and I've had the privilege of doing the design and illustrations for the cover and surrounding promotional material. If you can make it to the gig, then please do...(I'll be there! - Facebook Event Page) and if you're further afield, then go check her myspace and watch out for details going up there on how to get yourself a copy of the EP.

17 July 2010

14 July 2010

Typography Signage for HARBOURSIDE BAR (part 2)

The brand new HARBOURSIDE BAR in Bristol have invited me to do all their signage that will be hung around the place. All lettering based on old signs from the shops that used to be in that area 100 years ago. Here's the final batch...




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8 July 2010

Holistic Therapy Mini-Advert Design & Drawing

Clare Bourke is a qualified massage therapist and I've put together this advert for local press to hopefully boost her business.



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7 July 2010

Birdboy makes an appearance in KOLK Magazine

A new magazine has been born and it is called KOLK. Produced in Germany and featuring lots of wonderful illustrations, artwork, photography and writing, it's a fabulous example of do-it-yourself publishing. Restricted to a limited run of 100 a5 sized copies, this is going to fly off the shelves. They've included four of my line-drawings and birdboy is in the form of a bookmark. Also included is fellow Inkygoodness exhibitor KATE HINDLEY. Fab!





(Kate Hindley)

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Typography Signage for HARBOURSIDE BAR (part 1)

The brand new HARBOURSIDE BAR in Bristol have invited me to do all their signage that will be hung around the place. All lettering based on old signs from the shops that used to be in that area 100 years ago. Here's the first batch completed...




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