Jake Newbury’s interests are broad, though it’s clear he’s naturally inclined towards underground scenes. Having recently graduated from the Design for Publishing course at Norwich University of the Arts – where he specialised in editorial design and illustration – the designer has created eye-catching spreads based on streetwear brands like Carhartt WIP and Stone Island, as well as experimental producer Aphex Twin.
Newbury’s penchant for distressed visuals comes through in these projects, but his wider portfolio demonstrates an eye for sleeker styles.
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.
Now that 2019 is 4 days away, we are absolutely thrilled to find out if we’ll be witnessing a total apocalypse in the world of graphic design or everything will just stay the same old, same old. We are definitely seeing designers taking several directions. We’ve found out that…
Graphic design trends 2019 are:
1. Open compositions: Ditch the frames
designed by Vasjen Katro
2. 3D: Depth of a new generation
designed by Mike | Creative Mints
3. Anti-gravity: Flying & floating elements
designed by Ben Fearnley
4. Vivid colors: A trip to Dreamland
designed by Muokkaa Studio
5. Metallic effect: Shine, baby, shine!
designed by Ben Fearnley
6. Fluid & liquid effect: Let it flow!
project by multiple owners
7. Maxi typography = Maxi impact
8. Outline typography: Fillings not allowed
designed by Soler Casafont
9. Text with background: Retro inspiration
10. Alternative art: Strokes, stains, spots & doodles
11. Realism + Flat design elements
designed by Madina Turchaninova
12. The color of the year: Follow me
designed by Alexander Jegel
I had a busy summer designing, here two bookmark design I done for Christian Endeavour Ireland.
Design a bookmark suitable for both boy’s and girls aged 5-16 years old.
Los Angeles, CA – 2016
“My work is inspired by an ongoing observation of the situations happening around me, from the larger, shared experiences of our current events down to the more personal and intimate moments. I look at these experiences not in isolation from each other but as connected and often informing a larger conversation of how we are all connected. Through my work I reflect and distill those insights in an attempt to preserve those times or feelings during them. Because of this, I often see the final works as artifacts or reminders of what is taken away, and have come to use this perspective as a guide in my work — to create something worth being reminded of.
A large portion of my work focuses on typography through an abstracted perspective. In various ways letterforms are disguised or intentionally camouflaged to shift the viewer’s focus to the individual shapes within the characters, their relationships to one another and the overall mood of the work before uncovering the legibility of the message. It is intentional to not have the viewer read, but explore the ideas through more visual languages.” Scott Albrecht
WIN A FREE A5 OR A6 DESIGN FREE!
This can be anything from a wedding thank you card, baby announcement, an event invitation or even a flyer. Design can be A5 single sided or A6 double sided.
All you have to do is…
3. Tag someone in the comments
Winner will be drawn at 4pm on 19th July.
Prize must be claimed before 31st December 2018. Please note that the prize does not include printing.
Camille Vignaud (aka La Chambre Graphique) produces exquisite print work that you just want to pick up and stroke. With an attention to detail that takes your breath away, it’s no surprise that clients are queuing up to collaborate.
More work can be veiwed here
Everyday we see many pieces of design from logos to leaflets. Some are good others not so good. When you type a letter or put a PowerPoint together you are designing. You choose the font, size & you decide to use an image or not. So here are my top tips for designing.