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Category Archives: Posters.
I thought it was time to get away from my usual tasteful style and go for eye bleeding pattern and COLOUR. This bit of the A4 post I found on the ground. You can see how the colour was a … Continue reading
Here is the link to my virtual exhibition https://trevor-mill.com/verve-humanity-exhibition/ Have a wander round and say how you know the artist personally. Stare intently and mutter about the brushwork while stroking your chin.Buy a pretend postcard in the pretend shop.
Circus poster. Pen and photoshop.The illustrations had to be general, with and a tad child-like. There is some play between what is in the frame and what object is infront of another. I drew the man with stilts around 10 … Continue reading
A versatile thing, the fox. I like the idea of a mobile logo, one that can dress up in new clothes but is always itself. Here’s a few of the posters I’ve designed for the school. He even swims. The … Continue reading
A dream job. A client I like, a subject who’s brilliant and of course Dame David. So I had a bunch of photos and got to work on some bespoke party invites / posters. I even did the backs of … Continue reading
I do like working for Auckland Castle Trust. The people are nice, the idea for project is really genuine and the art and architecture is unique. The leaflet features my illiustration, design and typography. The feel is supposed to be … Continue reading
I thought this would be fun to post. Trying to keep the kids in order. Made in a calm, clean coloured style.
A call came late in the night. “I’ve been given your name; it’s said you can design good film posters quick”. And that’s how it happened. A business card and promo postcard.
The portrait poster. The landscape poster / flyer / email. Such a shame, the organiser is quite ill (NOT a zombie though) so it’s been called off.
I’m having an exhibition. Please come along. INFORMATION / EXPRESSION Paintings from life by Trevor Mill PRIVATE VIEW / Friday 2nd October 6pm-8pm MARY WARD CENTRE / 21st September – 16th October 2015 42 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AQ MaryWardCentre.ac.uk / TrevorMill.com / Trevoirio.wordpress.com About the Works: These paintings all began upstairs … Continue reading
I think this is the 4th year of designing the poster. Advertising such a happy day is good for the soul. I’ve tried to make the attractions more… attractive this year. Zesty greens seem to make it look good and … Continue reading
I’m very excited to have an exhibition of my paintings at FREVD café bar from the 28th February to the 24th March 2012. The last time I had an show was 20 years ago, also in FREVD (that one was … Continue reading
This very loud poster was to be screen-printed. The main act couldn’t make it so the gig was pulled. Yes I am DJ Trevumada. The colour range is Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and blacK with a recommendation of a sprinkle of … Continue reading
Here’s a poster, the designs for the catalogue will follow shortly. The dog / words lock-up took ages to get right. I knew it would work, I just didn’t know when.
Copy and idea by the fantastic Sally Elms. This was made for a charity and was to go in schools. I think they only want the copy now. Which is a shame, it was great fun to do though. I’m … Continue reading
Thanks to my fellow dj and super stylish fashion designer DIRTBRINGER pointing out the original flyer was not scary enough, we have re mixed the original flyer adding extra Helloweenness. OOO000oooohhhHHH!! Here’s the original. Saturday 30th of course. See http://thedevilsmusic.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/playlists-photographic-evidence/ … Continue reading
This is from my Leith London days. It was my creative and retouching but not my photography, can’t remember the persons name, so sorry. I was really going for an intensity of colour on this. It was pasted up all … Continue reading
A nice little job for a village Fete. Good to get out the Ornamentals & the Titlings.
I think there will be some revisions (She looks rather fashion conscious) but this is first version of a Russian Soviet realist sculpture / Suprematist flyer for the great One Party State nightclub. I really wanted to use Tatlin’s tower … Continue reading
Ohhh you sexy cosmanaut. Created for Jeff xk8 and his club at the Barfly in Camden. The technique is bit like layering a lot of cut out paper.