Monthly Archives: January 2010

SKETCHBOOKS

Visual notebooks are a must for all designers. They provide an opportunity to explore ideas without the interference of external pressures. A single page can allow exploration into image, type, scale, texture, composition, the list goes on. They belong to you, they make design interesting. Just one hour a week spent on a visual notebook […]


KNIT ONE…

Designed and printed for Maya.


NO RIGHT TURN

After receiving a fine for illegally turning right in london I devised the notion that the accompanying image would make for an interesting screen print. Scaling the image up and printing a subtle background colour the image was made. The visual quality of the halftone screen at such scale adds another level of intrigue to […]


COSMOPOLITAN SCUM

An aggressive drawing to complement an aggressive title. Complete with Burberry cap. An edition of 9.


RINGSIDE

A screen printed poster designed to celebrate 11 years of the Yellow Cafe. A deliberate break in style from all previous posters. designed and printed back in 2005.


THE YELLOW CAFE

The Yellow Cafe was an event/club I co-ran in Edinburgh with Rodney Relax, an Edinburgh based poet. Running from 1994 the club lasted over a decade. The events consisted of poetry, performance, visual arts, film and of course music delivered by a variety of DJ’s. Working with the well known to the obscure, writers and […]