Category Archives: VisCom

Climate change kids book

Danish green energy firm Ørsted and Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam have created the new book Is This My Home?, which aims to get kids thinking about climate change and features stunning illustrations by Yeji Yun.


Starting a new business

Are you thinking about setting up a business or going freelance? If the answer is yes then I can help your dream become reality.

“Don’t judge a business by its cover” however we all do. First impression can make or break the success of a business, I’m trained to help businesses make a great first impression.

I can create a business logo, business cards, flyers/leaflets, booklets, posters, signage, packaging labels, uniforms, vehicle signage, menus/price list, websites, social media accounts or any other written material you need.

You can hire me to do one or all of the above and you can continue to develop your business. Please PM me for a bespoke quote based on your needs.

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SailGP is a revolution in world sailing.

Set to re-define the sport with a completely new global sports series, SailGP will feature bold, cutting-edge technology and awe-inspiring athleticism, which puts the fan at the very center of the action. Taking place in some of the world’s most iconic city waterfronts, athletes from rival nations will race head-to-head on the newly developed F50 wingsailed catamarans, which fly above the water on wave-piercing hydrofoils at speeds of over 50 knots (60 mph).SailGP_Book_Image01.jpgSailGP_Book_Image03.jpgCoasters_EF_Edit.jpgHOARDING.jpg

Designed by GBH.London

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Kenzo ad campaign

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Bright, vibrant color takes center stage in the new Kenzo advertising campaign for the spring/summer 2019 season, shot by the internationally renowned photographer David LaChapelle, signed up by the brand’s co-creative directors, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim.

With this campaign, dubbed “Kenzotopia,” Kenzo hopes to convey a joyful message of optimism, modernity and diversity. To do this, David LaChapelle used several decors in his Los Angeles studio, notably featuring exotic natural landscapes. A series of brightly colored silhouettes in motion are captured against the tropical-themed sets, creating a veritable explosion of color. Image result for David LaChapelle campaign for KenzoImage result for David LaChapelle campaign for KenzoImage result for David LaChapelle campaign for Kenzo

Kings Cross rebrand by Someone

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“We’ve worked with Colophon to make a typeface that’s both signature in its look, and historic in its references.  The ghost signs that are found around the King’s Cross neighbourhood formed the basis for this new typeface. It will work hard now to add a cohesive visual asset across all branded channels.” KARL RANDALL DESIGN DIRECTOR, SOMEONE


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“King’s Cross is a place where change is the new constant. Next year sees transformative new additions to the area in the shape of Coal Drops Yard, with architecture designed by local superstar Thomas Heatherwick. With so many exciting new events and ideas taking shape, it’s time to develop a more useful way to bring these original stories together.” RACHELE CALTAGIRONE SENIOR PROJECT MARKETING DIRECTOR, ARGENT

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Unforsaken Exhibition

The exhibition will come in two separate phases, with the first phase consisting of a large collage. By creating a giant mural, incorporating vintage book covers, framed magazine pages, blown up scans of the original material, screenprints and typography, Jimmy Turrell and Richard Turley want to explore the ideas of loss, re-birth and salvation.

The multi-layering of so many different elements will then be explored in a second phase (date tbc) when Turrell and Turley will transform the exhibition again by painting, collaging and drawing over the original pieces whilst also ripping into the original mural to reveal hidden meanings underneath.

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Jimmy Turrell & Richard Turley are taking over The Book Club in Shoreditch with their exhibition “Unforsaken”.  A free exhibition running 21st February till 16th May 2019

PizzaUP by Pentagram

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PizzaUP is an innovative fast-food offering from renowned South Korean food conglomerate, SPC Group, which combines fresh and authentically-Italian ingredients with fast-food convenience; creating highly customisable, artisanal pizzas in 90 seconds.

Pentagram has created the brand identity for PizzaUP; naming the concept-restaurant, and designing its visual identity, messaging system and packaging in a way that spotlights its unique food offering in a clean and contemporary way.

Working in collaboration with SPC leadership, the English-language name was chosen to position PizzaUP as an imported, therefore adventurous, cultural concept. As well as ‘UP’ being an acronym for ‘unique pizza’, it is a call to action, inspired by the imperative-driven lexicon of the fast-food world: ‘drink-up’, ‘pick-up’, ‘eat-up’.

Pentagram created a simple logo that pairs a bold wordmark with a series of horizontal lines – which denote speed. The ‘UP’ is elevated and underlined, turning it into an ownable graphic device and adaptable language unit, which can be added to a wide variety of root words across the identity. Along with the horizontal-lines, ‘UP’ has been applied across the identity, creating an ownable visual language that helps and reinforce the brand.


Camille Walala

Camille Walala is a purveyor of powerfully positive digital print. A graduate in Textile Design from the University of Brighton, her namesake brand was established in East London in 2009, where she continues to live.

Recent work has seen her progressing from her popular textile based range to include Art Direction, Interior Design and a continued love affair with popup restaurants, where her love for food and design are brought to life.

Influences include the Memphis Movement, the Ndebele tribe and Optical Art master Vasarely alongside the simple desire to put a smile on people’s faces.

Her signature Tribal POP style present a boundless energy that work perfectly for show-stopping and social spaces – “the bigger the better”.

Clients include: Nintendo, XOYO, Koppaberg, Bompas&Parr, Darkroom, Barbican Festival and Land of King.WALALA ROOF TOP NEW YORK September 2014POP UP BAR ROMANCE WAS BORN SYDNEY June 2012GEORGINA’S HAPPY HOUSE London, September 2013More work