Maxim - The Hot 100
A suitably smoking illustration for Maxim's Hot 100 issue.
WIRED - The Web is Dead
Processing based type treatment for WIRED Magazine (US).
Creative Mornings - Reality
7 completely unique letters, each drawn on the same grid, explore the idea of multiple realities and parallel universes. The letters were photographed on screens as long exposures and composited.
Before The Fall cover concept
Rejected cover for a forthcoming book from Grand Central Publishing.
NYC: Center of the Universe
Inspired by gravitational lensing and Einstein rings. For Bernstein & Andriulli's book - Ny/Lon.
Creative Review - The Annual 2010
The letter A, grown at a microscopic scale using pollen cells. With the help of immunologist Frank Conrad.
DIRT for Variety Magazine
Custom type design and photographic interpretation made from soil for Variety magazine's new section on celebrity real estate.
The Creative Alphabet - T
200 cardboard pyramids make up this letter T - for tangible.
Creative Review - Subscriptions
Accompanied by the headline 'Make Creative Review a Part of Your World', this piece utilised anamorphic perspective and lots of fluorescent duct tape. Photographed by Jason Tozer.
OFFF 15th Anniversary
Type treatment created for the OFFF Festival's 15th Anniversary.
Men's Health - ERROR
Double page spread illustration using two Processing scripts and Photoshop to create this glitches typography treatment.
WIRED - Mr Know It All / Twitter
Illustration for WIRED's 'Mr Know It All' section using thousands of actual Twitter avatars.
Le Monde - La Planete Noire
Chalk typography piece for Le Monde, France.
The USA Mistake
WIRED - 12.10 opener
Fluid dynamics informed the shapes that went into making this numerical composition for WIRED (US).
Computer Arts - The Future
A generative JAVA based Processing script was used to created the letterforms in this forward thinking composition. With Sean and Karl Freeman.
A selection of works completed for clients in the editorial and publishing fields. Clients shown include Maxim, Creative Review, Wired and Computer Arts.