Category Archives: Books

Photography book design.

I’ve been a friends with Jake for a long time. His eye is always good. It’s been a pleasure designing this book for him. All I had to do was let the work speak. Some nice sensitive typography.

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Claire portrait art book.

Here are some spreads of the book showing how the painting came into being.

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Hemingway 4. The book of the painting.

Being a designer as well as a painter I make books on my major paintings. This collates all the different strands that go into the work. I do like a show & tell. Here’s some of the spreads.   Buy … Continue reading

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Design week 2: Book design.

This type of work is very pleasurable. Instead of writing much about the rythmn, space and details, here’s the work. The cover. Some of the spreads.  

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InsideNGO Branding

This branding project took up autumn and winter of 2015. InsideNGO strengthen the operations and management of companies in the non-governmental organisation community. They are based in Washington, USA. The logo has the idea of reaching out of the normal NGO … Continue reading

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Information/Expression Catalogue.

Here’s the catalogue of the exhibition. It’s a 32 page, A4 magazine. Available at http://www.blurb.com/b/6487524-information-expression-painting-from-life for £9.99. I’ll sign it if you put it under my nose… The front and back cover, showing the posters in situ. The title spread. A photographic … Continue reading

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ERNEST SHACKLETON. A portrait.

This was a commission for the same great patron who wanted a portrait of Winston Churchill. The idea behind the portrait was to make his face show all the trials, pain and strength in the man’s amazing adventure in the … Continue reading

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