Character creation taken to the next level: giant paper mache heads, props and labs that I built using found material.
Working with Belgium based musician RXSTY I created these covers for his upcoming singles.
More collaborations to follow.
Music festivals made into characters - who said music was losing its personality?
Let Me Blow Your Mind
As part of the F*ck Being Humble campaign, artists were invited to create a piece with the starting line of: let me blow your mind.
This piece got shown at an event in London in September 2018 as part of FBH’s ongoing campaign to ban self promotion as a dirty word and to encourage all of us of being our own best hype man/woman/anything in between or beyond!
AOI x LTM 2018
Inspired by ‘London Stories’, I wanted to show every passenger that London helps get to where they need to be.
This piece can also be called, Early Bird Commute teehee
Graham Greene Box Set
Creating an anniversary boxset for a collection of works by Graham Greene. Everything from the covers to the slipcase was designed and handmade by me.
Graham Greene is a very interesting writer with some good insight into what marked the 20th century, anybody looking for a bit of a blast from the past should spend some time with him.
Penguin Design Awards
Every year Penguin Random House run a cover design competition. These were my submissions for the Adult Fiction and Non Fiction categories.
George Orwell is a must for anybody looking for a perfect blend of history, fear, story telling and social commentary.
Stephen Hawking has turned something as completely unfathomable as quantum physics and how black holes work into a highly approachable and furthermore enjoying read! You don’t need to have an understanding of physics to follow the mysteries of the universe, only curiosity.
Commission by film students at AUB to design a poster for their grad film about how a relationship between two women becomes ever tenser after a traumatic car accident in which one of them was severely injured.
Was a pleasure to work with such a creative bunch and even if they chose another design in the end I wish the film all the best in its tours!
Inner Child - BUMF Editorial
Illustrations for a Bumf Says article about the importance of keeping your inner child alive in your creative profession.
Standing in line and waiting for something to happen is the most void and the most British thing one will ever experience. For this project my main inspiration came from hanging out and sketching at Lidl, where students, parents and late business people alike all grumble and trudge ever onwards.