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Tag Archives: David Reeves
A tricky one to get the correct tone for. Notice the subtle retouch on the Prez’s face. A hint of a satisfied smile… 100dollabilly’all.
This is the new Reeves website in it’s initial week.
We are honing and adding more pictures of beautiful suits as I write this. Continue reading
Here’s an ad for a gift card. There’s a very subtle Xmas message in there. I’m messing with the real and graphic here. It has a deadpan cool, purposefully not covered in Santa hats etc. Here’s the card close up. … Continue reading
Collected thoughts of tweed and New York pushing together in unusal ways. The first version. Mentioning the NYPD / Irish diaspora was a bit sensitive. So… I went back to something that always makes me laugh, the Lucky … Continue reading
This was a page ad for the First class in-flight magazine of United Airlines, Rhapsody. The version went with was without the large type, which is fair enough. I like the mix of foci on the images,closing in on … Continue reading
I hope he has some custard creams. The best bit of the design was the shadow under the cup, helping the illusion. I do like colour coding at the moment; the grey of the suit and the blue of the … Continue reading
The Square is a neat piece of technology available in America. Again with the pun. Again with classy and simple. To find out more about this Square thingy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Square_%28payment_service%29
Seeing as David Reeves is an Englishman in NYC and that ‘Englishness’ is synonymous with re-runs of ‘Are You Being Served’ I thought I’d put a pun in there. The two halves of a wedding day are there as well … Continue reading
A nice simple email flyer for my favourite tailor. It’s nice just to let the text and images do the work, all I did was add a bit of humour and kept the design on message.