Tuesday, 27 April 2010


Jessica Hannan and Ellie Bates make really fun art which often involve machines or big wooden sculptures. They graduated from Kingston last year and have been on residencies in the US and recently an exhibition in London (see photos below).

Pink Sink from elliejessica bateshannan on Vimeo.

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Bangers & Fash 2010

Bangers & Fash was a big old success hope everyone had a good time:

Friday, 16 April 2010

Nike Dunk ball

While I was interning at Harriman Steel I worked on this Nike Dunk display ball. They are a funny duo and there website needs an update but there backlog of work is good, have a look here here.

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Two really good things

First off We are having another Bangers & Fash evening, I have held off on posting as the poster design a thon has been taking place and as usual my business partners / creative Batman & Robin(a?) Tony & Gill have knocked it out of the park:

Get involved one of the lads from Metronomy is DJing and we will hitting the decks at the end of the evening when you are all too drunk to remember our selections.


The NTU degree show is around the corner and they have produced a truly ace viral checkit:

Sunday, 11 April 2010

Card for Lucia's project

Lucia Davies' final year project is to get lots of people to make cards which can be bought in packs to send to British soldiers injured in conflict.

Here is my design:

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

$lave Skateboards – Radio Television

My friend Adam showed me this video when he came and stayed and I thought it was ace.

$lave is one of Jamie Thomas' four companies operated under black box distribution and this is their video Radio Television.

Monday, 5 April 2010

D Box

D Box produce really beautiful work and are truly a multi-disciplinary agency.

They run as a network of different creatives and as such can quite successfully turn their hand to any number of briefs from branding and identity to breathtaking cgi.

I had not seen their work for some time and then came across one of their photo compositions in an architecture magazine which reminded me how good they are at most everything they do more here.

Sunday, 4 April 2010

Saturday, 3 April 2010

Work by the US Desiger / Art director Caleb Owen Everett

This guy did the branding for one of my favourite bike companies Mutiny.

The Chop Shop stuff has been blogged to death it is a little bit pastiche(y?) but I still think it looks amazing.

Check out the rest of his site here.

My clever friend Nick

Nick Cobby is an amazing animator currently based in Nottingham.

If you live around there you will have seen his work on posters all across town.

He has recently done a Mika vid and has been doing loads of good animation ads for this and that and hopefully should be working his magic for bangers & fash so keep on his blog: