Tag Archives | nonconform design

Typeface

I’ve recently been working on a sans serif corporate typeface for a logistics company (whilst at Nonconform). A lot of the characters have been built from scratch, but I used Avant Garde Gothic as a base. I’ve created Book, Book Oblique, Bold & Bold Oblique weights. (Click on the image.)

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Gates – Grow Speke

I’ve not had much time to post anything recently, so here’s a VERY BRIEF post. I’m working on an exciting new project that aims to transform a derelict wasteland into a thriving community garden. I was asked to design gates that will bookend the space. The gates are currently in production. I’m working with a wonderful […]

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The Market Place – SLH

I’ve recently been working on a great project called The Market Place, for South Liverpool Homes (a client of Nonconform). The Market Place will sell fresh food and essential household goods all at a fair price for SLH tenants who are on a low income. It is a fantastic initiative, myself and the Noncon team are pleased to have […]

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Van illustrations – FRC

My illustrations featured on the new joint branded Furniture Resource Centre and Buckingham Interiors van! (Designed by myself and Nonconform.)

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Lucy Rose gig poster

Recently designed a poster for Oxjam Liverpool to promote a gig for singer-songwriter Lucy Rose. She performs on Thurs 16th Oct at East Village Arts Club. See the full poster. I’ll be adding a new section to my illustration page soon.

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Oxjam Liverpool

I was recently asked to create some illustrations for Oxjam Liverpool. The illustrations needed to reflect Liverpool & incorporate elements of the Oxjam brand. The drawings have been rolled out across social media & will appear on printed posters for the event. You can see them here on Facebook and Twitter.

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Hello studio

After years of kicking ink across the carpet, using anything in the immediate vicinity as a paint palette, piling sketchbooks everywhere and generally taking over the house with all my drawing stuff, I now finally work from my own studio, hidden away at the bottom of the garden.

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