Heroes and Villains
When I was younger I always imagined myself someone that had a super power. How cool it would be to fly, to move things with your mind, to use magic or even have a robot suit to protect you. That's why I loved reading comics, watching movies and playing video games. It took me to fantasy worlds where heroes and villains existed. This little project is a showcase of all my favourite characters, both friendly and foe, as typographic posters representing a little of what they are about.
Oblivion & other Oddities
The task here was to create a series of artworks based on a solid concept allowing me to express my visions of an abstract mind. I started with a wide open brief, giving me creative freedom to work in a style I was comfortable with. There is an inclusion of nature, space, soul searching and a little touch of strange-looking environments to bring forward that state of being unconscious or unaware of what is happening around oneself. However, one may find certain independence from visual references in the world which may be apart from concrete realities or actual instances.
Following great exposure with A Grotesk Love Affair, HypeForType approached us to work on a new project -They wanted to produce a 16 page Tribute to their Exclusive Faces range of fonts.
Instead of following the traditional convention of a read through booklet, we decided to go down a more conceptual route. The end result was a quick read through A3 magazine which also doubled up as a set of 8 typographic posters. Each page folds out to create an A2 double sided poster perfect for your studio or home wall space.
In this Direct Mailer , we instigated a typographic revolt, a rallying cry to all Type and their users to take up arms against the tyranny of mediocrity that assails our eyeballs and spits in the faces of good designers all over the world.
The Swap Show Edition 01
The Swap Show is an exhibition exchange between design studios and creative agencies from cities around the world designed to showcase and celebrate creative work internationally. Stretching beyond material exchanges, The Swap Show provides an experience and raises design awareness across the board. It calls for good design, perspectives and people to congregate.