Inspired by textile and computing heritage, PatternCraft is a make-it-yourself analogue to digital punchcard reader. It's a tool for learning the fundamentals of computing and code, and a base for developing interactive projects.
Strines Folk Festival
Poster for Strines Folk Festival, 2017.
Inspired by traditional Stockport architecture and tie-dye psychedelic patterns.
MAKE STUFF is a series of free pop-up events encouraging hands-on use of technology, introducing the next generation (and their parents) to the newest technologies – VR, 3D printing, the Internet of Things – which will go on to shape their future.Winner of Big Chip Tech for Good Award 2017.
The brand is clean, playful and flexible, relating to the creative, DIY, and ever-changing nature of these events.
This is Hackney
Community Report for the London borough of Hackney. Student project.
Reflecting the diversity and creativity of the borough and its residents, and drawing inspiration from this complex ecosystem.
The publication focuses on typographical elements to display information and statistics.
Heads and Tails
Small business branding for a mobile pet grooming salon. Student project.
Products and services focused on health and wellbeing as well as grooming.
Heads and Tails caters to pet owners who care about their pets' overall healthcare, and don't want the gaudy fuss of most pet grooming establishments.
Packaging branding for luxury travel cosmetics. Student project.
Personal hygiene and grooming products developed specifically for frequent travellers.
Cary Grant – leading man in North By Northwest, a film by Alfred Hitchcock – began with a range of shaving products after he so enjoyed using the micro razor and brush from the movie's iconic train scenes.
Newsletter for Bupa healthcare services. Student project.
Focusing on care and support rather than illness.
The hand illustrations signify wrapping the future in an embrace, or reaching towards new goals.
Online resources for a music player app. Student project.
Returning ownership over your music collection.
Simplifying and distilling the music player app interface, particularly while walking quickly to work.
Event campaign to promote BT by creating intrigue in public spaces. Student project.
On average only one call a day is made from each public phone box.
20 artists each have 20 days to exhibit an intervention in 400 of the 58,500 phone boxes around the UK (based on 20p + 20p to make a call).
As well as being an event in physical space, the public can interact online.