Finally got my hands on the Jamie Hewlett art book, published by Taschen. The hardback covers 25 years of his work.
A work in progress of new project I'm working on. Some of the most beautiful letterforms and type signage are to be found in a city. You may well recognise some popular brands and the location via clues in letter forms. Take a look around.
Having spent some 30 plus years growing up on the London hard concrete. This is spot on to how the young Londoners roll. W+K London for Nike.
In October 2017 the Science Museum Group unveiled a new logo and branding by North Design. Eloquent and striking. I'm a big fan of the Science Museum from a young child going on school trips, holiday outings to passing by everyday when i was studying and working at the Royal College of Art in South Kensington. North have done this new design really well and given it a fresh distinct identity.
Ayrton Senna 1989. Driving data left by Ayrton Senna, Brings back his engine sound from 24 years ago. Ayrton Senna set the world’s fastest lap during the 1989 F1 Japanese Grand Prix Qualifying.
Inspired by this collaboration between Art director - Gareth Hughes and concept artist - Michal Lisowski for Future Lions 2016. Stunning!
Epoh the children's animated short along with screen prints were on show at C.A.R Contemporary Art Ruhr in Essen, Germany. Represented by Berlin Blue Art.
For the past three years running i've been attending the Ciclope Festival at Kino International in Berlin - It's dedicated to craft of moving image. Here's short selection of works by agencies and directors that caught my attention from this years line up.
Remember seeing this at the Royal Academy of Arts show Apocalypse in 2000 and it's still powerful as ever. Flex by Chris Cunningham.
Recent works exhibited at Berlin Blue Art gallery as part of the arts and ethics research group. The series ‘Untitled’ takes on the form and language of advertising and subverts it to address the ethical and moral debate about the future of the global population on a macro and micro level. Using a limited palette to create provocation of dialogue and consciousness about sustainable problems concerning mankind.