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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.
Here are some spreads of the book showing how the painting came into being.
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
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.
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
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
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
Here’s some of the best spreads from the book. You can order a copy at blurb: http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/5433059-life-drawing I’m involved with Islington Exhibits in October. More information nearer the time.
A really pleasant freelance job for three linked bookshops. Eric Ravilious was an inspiration. The type was created from the Judas Kiss fonts. The book illustrations are based on: The big book: Century by Phaidon & Reasons To Be Cheerful … Continue reading
After a few changes for the USA publishers… here’s the finished version. It’s all been worth it. Everyone is happy. I’ve had some really nice comments about it. I feel proud of it, a good feeling. Now. On to … Continue reading
This photo is fantastic, very 70’s, very Mr. Freedom. But very black and white. So I thought I’d try and put some colour in her cheeks. Here’s a breakdown of what happened. If I had the time it would have … Continue reading
Now lets’ take the boots with the lady and put them in context; the Mr.Freedom shop. Add a cheeky lady with a hole in her jeans and violá! Do a few variations on the theme… and put Tommy waving hello … Continue reading
I always thought the winged shoes were the best image in the book. But how to make them really stand out? Make them 6 foot tall with a lady in super seventies clobber next to them. It looked a bit … Continue reading
I’m trying to make images work that are not good enough quality on their own by turning them into quasi illustrations. Here’s an example of where I’m getting to. More next week. Tara!
After this ‘flip’ book idea stalled on it’s own freakiness, I went back to the drawing board with some simple shapes on the cover, in which to house the images. Stars seemed to work best; they reflect his t-shirt designs. … Continue reading
This first idea went down fairly well, but there was a feeling that it was too ‘bitty’. This led to an idea I’ll use again, I just don’t know what for, as it’s a bit scary. It solved the fact … Continue reading
I’ve been working on a book cover for the great publisher Adelta see: http://www.adelita.co.uk/index.php I got involved after buying the fantastic Bowie and Barny Bubbles books from the publisher Jen, one sunny day, on the way to a pub. The … Continue reading
I thought that it would be a nice present for my patron to make a book of all the research, sketches and different states the painting went through. With the help of the Blurb bookmaking website here’s what I produced. … Continue reading
A museum catalogue. Here’s some spreads from a catalogue for a show at the National Horseracing Museum & British Sporting Arts Trust. I really tried to design around the sense of speed these paintings give off. As the catalogue goes … Continue reading
Thought I’d see what I could do with the idea of him being a futurist, being modern, being ahead. Here he is looking back at his past, made up of layers of detail (like a biography).