31 January 2012

Channel 4 News

Two colour silkscreen poster promoting Channel Four News, working with New Studio London.

25 January 2012

Creative Review

I designed the cover of the latest issue of Creative Review, featuring the Top 20 slogans of all time. 23 individual pin badges were created and photographed by Stephen Lenthall with copy by Nick Asbury. More about the issue here.

24 January 2012

21 January 2012

Licensed to Fill-The Hip-Hop Colouring Book

'Licensed to Fill-The Hip-Hop Colouring Book', 12 page colouring book printed on sugar paper. Featuring Run DMC, Eric B & Rakim, Ultramagnetic Mc's, EPMD and many more. Available here.

20 January 2012

Eric Haze

Whilst researching a forthcoming project I discovered just how many seminal hip-hop logo's have been designed by Eric Haze.

From his biography: Born and raised in New York City, Eric Haze has been making his impact felt in the worlds of art, product and graphic design for over 30 years. After spending the early 80's on the front lines of the downtown New York art scene, Haze opened his design studio in 1986, becoming one of the first visual artists to define the look and graphic language of Hip Hop during it's golden years. Some of his most classic works include designs for Public Enemy, EPMD, LL Cool J, and the Beastie Boys.

17 January 2012

Wired Magazine

Illustration for the February issue of Wired Magazine in the USA. This accompanies an article about TV show 'Stars of Science'. Read the article here.

16 January 2012

*Back in Stock* Colour Me Badd *Back in Stock*

'Color Me Badd-The New Jack Swing Colouring Book', 12 page colouring book printed on sugar paper, featuring Bobby Brown, Keith Sweat, SWV, Bell Biv Devoe and many more. £6 + P&P. Available here.

13 January 2012

Peepshow Collective

I'm very excited to announce details of Peepshow's first book, 'Peepshow Collective' will be published in February by Index book with design by Studio EMMI.

Peepshow has achieved a rare alchemy: corralling a set of unique visual talents into a cohesive, and hugely influential, collective. Over the past decade, the London based group have worked across illustration, animation,set design, textiles and art direction for such clients as the Victoria & Albert Museum, M&C Saatchi, BBC, The New York Times and SHOWstudio, while also creating their own work for books, exhibitions and events worldwide. They’ve represented the best of British image-making at expos for The British Council and The Museum of Modern Art in Japan, and have featured in shows at the ICA, the Hayward Gallery and Somerset House. Despite, or because of, their focus on the individual, Peepshow as a group have become a force to be reckoned with. Instead of fitting themselves into a preexisting mould, the ten members have together created their own market. This book is a chance to delve into the Peepshow imagination, scanning collective and individual work from the past decade and glimpsing future directions. It’s also a rare chance to see behind the pixels, an interview with all of Peepshow’s members offering their take on where they start, when they decide to stop, and what happens in between.

Publisher: Index Book. Year: 2012. Pages: 254. Over 600 illustrations, with interviews and essays by Alex Bec, Graham Rawle, Margaret Rawle and Peter Nencini. Design by Studio EMMI. Format: 21,6 x 28 cm. ISBN: 978-84-15308-12-6

Further details here.