Kinkajous approached me in 2016 to develop a new visual identity prior to releasing their sophomore EP. This included logotype, photo shoot art direction and EP artwork.
Their previous identity lacked impact and depth; it needed to be unique and thoughtful to allow them to stand out amongst the noise of London’s jazz scene. The five-piece originate from France, England and South Korea. My vision for the project drew from African tribal culture to unify the band as a modern tribe in their own right.
In the summer of 2015, I joined Liberty London as a digital designer to assist with their new site launch. The small studio focused on re-establishing the brand proposition, UX/UI as well as planning and implementing a content strategy.
As part of this drive towards a more content based consumer experience, I designed and developed multiple responsive online editorial templates including several multi-channel marketing email templates. While at Liberty, I also had the opportunity to work alongside the in-store print graphics team on several projects. This included creating several typographic treatments for the store’s stationery department in addition to a logotype for Liberty’s Exclusively Ours campaign.
Sorbae consider themselves a small organisation that deals in polite anarchy. Their art utilises lightheartedness and humour in the digital realm to highlight contradictions in politics and pop culture.
They challenged me to develop an identity and website design that followed their concept of playful dysfunction. The brief requirements were to create a logotype and business cards in addition to designing and building a site to act as the main platform for their work.
Three Trapped Tigers
Produced for Blood & Biscuits
Three Trapped Tigers are a London-based instrumental noise-rock band. I designed both a limited edition T-shirts and tote bags for sale on their European tour supporting Deftones. Both designs utilise the name's three Ts to create a bold, abstracted and maze-like form referencing the technicality and raw power of the band’s high energy live performances.
In late 2016 Caragh asked me to design digital artwork for her self-released debut EP Daily We Can Feel. As well as design, art direction and photography were also undertaken by me.
Suffer Like G Did
Produced for Bwains
Suffer Like G Did is a London-based instrumental band that I have played guitar in for the past seven years. During this time, I have collaborated with James Le Beau-Morley to develop the band’s identity, artwork, and various packaging designs for physical and digital releases.