I love designing posters. I love designing them for Mish the most. Here's one I made earlier this year, because I'm slack I haven't posted it til now.
I managed to scrape together a beer label for Mishmosh's 'Backyard Beers' series. Introducing 'Little Brother' – the lighter weight kid in the family that Mish have on tap. They threw 'The Stitch Up' party in its honour, here's some photos:
I was approached by a client to do a personal project for them and it was a couple of feel good prints they were giving as a gift. While it looks a little simple like this, they ended up getting gold foil on parts, I'm really pleased with how they turned out!
A little while ago I had the pleasure of working with Mishmosh to create tattoos for an event they were holding called 'The Stitch Up'. This is one of my favourite pieces of work to date - mainly because it was so different to what I normally do. Everything I do for these guys is different to what I 'normally' do - so much so that it's now the new kind of normal for me.
I have this neat client who I've worked with for a while. Let's be honest here, she's a good friend of mine now. I love doing work for this girl so when she approached me saying she wanted me to work with her and another PT on a new venture of theirs, of course I said yes!
Here's a couple of pieces I found to get me started with the look and feel for their brand squished into a square. I can't say much more at the moment, but there's a bit of a theme starting to happen in tying their ideas together!
Artist Sean Yoro (@the_hula) paints beautiful works whilst balancing on his surfboard - I think these are stunning and what a great way to utilise an otherwise unused space! I love seeing things like this, I'm a big fan of 'street art' done well and this takes it to another level. Creativity knows no bounds.
A piece for Mishmosh I'm working on - more up soon!
By all the colours and the overall calm in this photo. It's nice to surround yourself with natural beauty - check out that moon!
Being a designer, I'm often asked to do invites for all sorts of things. The latest piece I've done is for my younger cousin's twenty first birthday coming up. I'm quite happy with how it turned out. Invites are an interesting thing to work on – often they're cheesy and cringe!