Typography and illustration for U.S. Wired magazine cover and content with photography by Art Streiber, art direction by David Moretti.
Transport For London x Design Junction x Outline Editions commission for Oyster Card wallet celebrating the forthcoming launch of the Night Tube.
“My Family Cried The Happy Way” – illustration for Mother London’s takeover of Shots Magazine, Issue 151.
An exhibition at BBH London.
Six framed giclee prints on 300gsm archival paper, tape, door handles.
We were intrigued by the “mystery” door incorporated into the BBH exhibition wall – an inaccessible door that is never opened, part way along the exhibition space. We started to wonder what might be behind the door and this led to the idea for the exhibition – a series of new works exploring the idea of a row of doors, each using the frame of a print to suggest a door window pane and the print itself giving clues as to what might be behind it. The “fake” doors were drawn in tape onto the wall to match the dimensions of the real existing one, and a door knob fixed to each to create the effect of a corridor of fictional entrances.
Design work for the Jersey based Branchage Festival including website icons and banners, posters and merchandise.
Unique sleeve designed for Secret 7″ based on the lyrics to Roxy Music’s “Virginia Plain” in aid of War Child.
Mural for Lavender Parade in Mitcham, London, commissioned by Studio Weave and the London Borough of Merton.
Screenprinted ephemera we created for the cocktail event “Sex On The Beach” at Beach London Gallery.
Design work for London Cycling Campaign – Space For Cycling initiative logo, campaign icons, LCC repair tags and coasters.