20th FIFA World Cup™ Draw
The 20th FIFA World Cup draw was held on 6th December 2013. There was a lot of confusion around how the draw would be decided upon this year due to the fact there were more European teams involved than any other continent. With that in mind I decided to simplify how the draw will work in graphic form, creating a usable printable A2 Poster that can be filled in on the draw day by the user.
This project was made available as a free printable PDF download from the blog section on the website.
Information Design, Print
Duality & The Self
Duality & The Self was an exhibition held in London, UK, 2012. The exhibition focused on three themes, Langauge, Appearance and Environment and aimed to show the many cultural differences and adaptations young immigrant women make when moving to the UK.
I was commissioned to create the branding, posters, exhibition graphics and film storyboards for the exhibition.
The brand language I created was inspired by arabic geometric pattern, using black and gold to emphasise the 'middle eastern' feel of the project, and also to blend with the feel the graphics were trying to represent. The logotype itself was born from the idea that each individual showcased within the exhibition were living dual identities, one very much British, and another very much native to their culture of origin. Brand icons were developed from this idea of dual identity also.
The typeface Dead History was used as a base for the logotype and modifed for straight edges, this typeface was fitting for the project as it attempts to merge both san-serif and serif typefaces into one. The very idea encapsulates what this project is about, one individual from two very different cultures.
Branding, Exhibition Design, Print
The Royal Baby Family Tree
Commemorating the birth of The Royal Prince's birth in 2013.
A limited edition Royal family tree timeline was created, this was carried over from a limited edition A0 poster print, into a condensed web infographic format, emailer and invites.
Print Design, Emailers, Information Design
Stuffster is a Price Drop Alert tool that tracks all the stuff you want to buy in one central place and alerts you when the price drops to what you want to pay.
Tomi, Stuffster’s price fighting Ninja acts as your personal shopping assistant helping you organise your shopping and saving you money on the stuff you want to buy. His iconic look was born out of the whole concept of Stuffster, and the idea that Stuffster wanted an ownable character and brand presence.
Animation, Branding, Illustration, Web
50 Years of Music Inspiration
Educating today's youth on the most infuential popular music artists of the last 50 years.
An set of exhibition / infographic interior walls designed using data for the most influential artists of the last 50 years, including infographics for the fastest selling albums, top 10 albums and singles ever sold in the UK as well as a summary of the best albums from each decade as voted by NME and Q music.
Commissioned by Innersmile for Stoke-On-Trent Youth Service
Interior Design, Large format print, Information Design
Sky ITP Demographic Tool
The Sky 'Intention to purchase' demographic tool is designed to help Sky staff target key demographic areas and help staff understand what a Sky customer looks like.
A quick reference graphic was created using the survey results based on the likelihood to purchase the Sky service and highlighting key correlations in the data. This information was also proposed to Sky as a iPad application as a quick reference tool. The app would use the data in an interactive manner, creating live infographics that relates to the data selected by the user.
Information Design, Print, Data Visualisation
World Of Fruit Of The Loom
'The World of Fruit of The Loom' tells the story of the heritage of clothing manufacturer Fruit Of The Loom. For the purpose of the Fruit Of The Loom website, the animation was to be both modern and intriguing enough to tell the story without using a voice-over to accompany it.
Big Communications commissioned me to work on this project in 2013, creating concepts, storyboards and all illustrations to be used for animation. The Video shows the slides created for the end execution to give an idea and feel of the video.
Animation, Illustration, Storyboarding, Information Design
Visual identity for British indie-rock band Furies. https://www.facebook.com/furiesuk
Branding, Music, Print Design
An info-graphic broadsheet insert mapping the effects of the Three Gorges dam, the largest hydro-power project in the world, on it's surrounding environment along the Yangtze River in China.
A piece of information design that focused the effects of the Three Gorges Dam in China. After seeing these effects for myself, this cause became something close to my heart and I wished to bring this to the attention of the western public.
I researched the Sociological, Environmental and Ecological effects the dam has had on it’s surrounding area and presented it in an informative, detailed way to try and translate the sheer scale of it's effect on it's surroundings. After creating a visual language to communicate the stats and figures I had collated I set about laying my information out in broadsheet format as a newspaper insert / poster. This was designed to reveal the story piece by piece as you unfold the broadsheet, as can be seen below.
Intended Paper Stock
Fenner Recycled 80gsm
Actual Paper Stock
John E Wright Semi Matte 170gsm
print, data journalism