Client: Simple Pictures
One sheet for a short film set in Korea, telling the tale of betrayal and revenge.
The concept was to create an image that both, linked to the film’s title, and, represented the protagonist’s social detachment due to his Mother’s abandonment at an early age. His foetal positioning echoing the shape of a human heart.
Title design: Brother Tak
An animation for system developers and IT consultants, Desynit.
The concept was to create a sci-fi environment and use a fantastic space adventure as a metaphor for the animation’s corporate message.
Client: Amarillo Films/Mirror Productions
One sheet for a feature film about a sheltered young man’s introduction to, and surreal journey through the real world.
The concept was to create a vivid and dream-like composition that combined the protagonist’s profile with a key moment during his adventure.
Client: The Cube Microplex
Programme of events design for independent cinema during a sci-fi season.
The concept was to create an interpretation of the cinema’s recognisable ‘hand & cube’ logo and to use it to subtly portray the sci-fi theme.
Client: White Lantern Film
One sheet for a short film about one unlucky boy’s bad day at school.
The concept was to capture the protagonist’s awkward discomfort in a school yearbook style portrait. Text book style doodling was developed to form the poster’s title design.
Client: KaPow Media
One sheet for a short fantasy film adapted from a story by Terry Jones. A dark comedy about a small Welsh town overrun by mysterious creatures.
The concept was to combine the misty Welsh landscape with the mischievous face of one of the hairy critters, both elements working as one within the composition.
Client: Martin Stirling/Holster Studios
One sheet poster for Automate, a film about the emptiness of artificial love.
The film opens with a lonely character having recently unpackaged and assembled her new love-bot from styrofoam chip filled boxes. The concept was to create a sort-of-prequel moment by visualising the character’s first glimpse of the lifeless, packaged, decapitated head of her new love.
Identity, branding and stationery design for Jelli, a specialist cycling holiday company based in the French Pyrenees.
The concept was to create an energetic identity formed from the combination of both the unique location and the journey that the company offered. The memorable ‘J’ mark was built by merging the two elements; the mountain and the road (location and journey respectively).
A self initiated project to create a poster in homage and celebration of the Japanese cult classic film Battle Royale.
The concept was to recreate and remix Takeshi Kitano’s painting that features in the film into a one sheet format.
Client: FD Works/Pixelfish Ltd.
Brand design, including identity, stationery and illustration for an accountancy firm.
The concept was to create a branding system that represented the firm’s fearless approach to finance whilst also appearing friendly and welcoming. The shield mark was formed from the ‘FD’ to represent FD-Works’ strength, confidence and reliability.
Identity design for a charity walk highlighting the important issue of the continuing killing of endangered wildlife in Zimbabwe and Africa.
The concept for the proposed design was to adapt and simplify the rhino’s unusual, angular cranial structure and to create a dramatic, impactful mark. Influence for the design and colour scheme was taken from the simplified shapes and rich, natural oranges and yellows found in traditional Zimbabwean art.
Client: White Lantern Film
Alternative one sheet for Drying For Freedom, a feature documentary about how societal restrictions on clothes line usage affect personal freedoms and the environment.
The concept was to convert all the contributors from the documentary in to caricature dolly clothes pegs to create a cheerful, colourful print.
Client: Lunatica Films
Logo design for film production company Lunatica.
The concept was to merge the image of a moon with that of a expressive, adventurous figure. The form of the girl’s hair and attire swirling to create the shape of the crescent moon.
Client: Nick Rowland
One sheet poster for a short film about a recovering drug addict, who, in a bid to clear a debt agrees to lock a fellow addict in his spare room to recover, only to discover something far worse at play.
The concept was to utilise a visually memorable, hallucinogenic sequence from the film. The image of the protagonist’s face, warped with drug fuelled fear, was arranged using the kaleidoscopic effect to form a larger screaming face; representing the horrors locked away in the room.