Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Updated my visual numbers project, the complete set can be seen here

Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Been really enjoying Title Fight - The Last Thing You Forget recently, found this photo at the five mile grace. Click the picture to see the whole image

Sunday, 13 December 2009

I started making an indexhibit website, if you fancy a look. Also my Bad Brains background is pretty sweet

Saturday, 12 December 2009

letterpress workshop

Letterpress response to the number 32. I researched into the saros cycles (a way of plotting solar and lunar eclipses) and plotted all of the lunar eclipses from the 32nd saros number before creating a visual representation. The first image is my response, and the image below is my test print on top of some other classmates prints

Wednesday, 9 December 2009


second draft for a sequences project

Monday, 7 December 2009

audio poster

Collaboration with Brad Jay. A brief was set by a local club, Audio, to create imagery for the back of their new listings.

Thursday, 3 December 2009


Cut and paste typography project. Brief to create 18 typographic layouts for two exhibitions with no computers. Three constraints were applied, one typeface in as many sizes you consider necessary, two typefaces in two sizes and one typeface in one size over three different formats. Sheets of the copy text were printed, cut out and arranged before being glued down and photocopied to create these final compositions.

Tuesday, 1 December 2009


visual maths broadsheet

Draft image for a project on sequences, i created a way of visually coding numbers. The value of black in the squares CMYK code represent the values 1-9, whilst the depth of the shape represents the decimal places behind the figure. I used the shapes in a number of mathematical equations, as well as changing some sayings/song titles to include them. Will be a large format map folded print, supplied with the key on tracing paper to allow identification
of the numbers







open day poster

with Rich Luxton and Will Finley

changed my anatomy of a typeface poster from last year