TH’ ELECTRO SQUAD

Based on a poem by Rodney Relax. Edition of 10.

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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 ...

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KNIT ONE…

Designed and printed for Maya.

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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 ...

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COSMOPOLITAN SCUM

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

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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.

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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 ...

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MORECAMBE ROCK

This wonderfully evocative view of Morecame (Lancashire) came attached to a stick of Morecambe Rock. By simply increasing the size of the image the quality of the halftone screen became not only more apparent but also more visually intriguing. Available in fluorescent pink, green and a more subdued antique white, there are a number of ...

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