Tag Archives: Typography

Red Earth Cosmetics


Toronto-based Concrete was responsible for the dynamic redesign for Red Earth, a cosmetics brand inspired by the free spirit of Australia.

The entire line was reinvented. The approach established a foundational palette of visual elements that could be used to create an array of dynamic package designs – all different, yet all tied together with a common attitude and visual vocabulary.



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The Beautiful Meme explore the intersection of art and science in their campaign for a new exhibition at The Francis Crick Institute, featuring type created under a microscope…

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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…
1. Like my facebook page
2. Share the Competition facebook post
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.
Good luck!


Melbourne based design studio Mildred & Duck were approached to create an identity for Souk, a new bar and restaurant, that would visually interpret their modern take on Middle Eastern food.

The resulting logo, a playful interpretation of the way Arabic is read from right to left, has been used prominently throughout the space and becomes a part of the entire experience. Coupled with the the sub-mark, a modern take on the traditional evil eye, the resulting overall design by Mildred & Duck is a memorable and characterful visual identity that compliments the space and sprit of Souk.





Named after the Middle Eastern aubergine dish babaganoush, Baba G is a small rotisserie deli based in Johannesburg, South Africa, focusing on street food with a fusion of Afro-Mediterranean flavours.

Tutto Food Co. approached Johannesburg based freelance graphic designer and illustrator Shaun Hill to create the brand identity for their new restaurant, Baba G. The idea was to create something contemporary and quirky yet still pay homage to the Afro-Mediterranean roots the restaurant is based upon.


Eco-Friendly Men’s Grooming Line

All-natural, organic, eco-friendly and sustainable are terms that are frequently thrown around on products you’d find in the personal care section of any store. And yet, a majority of those products are still packaged in plastic and oftentimes include the kind of super-secret ingredients grown in an evil scientist’s laboratory.

And that’s why Wise’s line of men’s grooming products stand head and shoulders above the rest.


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Camille Vignaud

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.

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More work can be veiwed here

My top tips

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.

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The Wolpe Collection

The Wolpe Collection brings together a restored set of typefaces by Berthold Wolpe – the designer behind some of the most beautiful and memorable book jackets released by British publisher Faber & Faber. Spanning striking display type, roman text faces, blackletter, and little-known designs that introduce a quirky retro sci-fi flavor, The Wolpe Collection, now revived by type designer Toshi Omagari, reinvigorates the work of a man who was quietly instrumental in the world of British visual culture.

Are you getting married?

After the royal wedding did you get engaged?

If you answered yes, I could help take away some of the stress in planning a wedding. How, employ me to design and produce your wedding stationery . Below are some of the packages I can offer but these are only an idea for a bespoke quote please message me with no obligation.

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