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Grand Tour

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30
Jan
2017

No, not that Grand Tour. Indeed the kind of grand tour openly disliked by Mr Clarkson, that involving bicycles. Working closely with long term client Rinsed T Shirts I am putting together a small range of cycling designs that celebrate the famous European Grand Tours - the Vuelta a Espana, Tour de France & Giro.

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Logistics Company Branding

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05
Sep
2016

Over time in graphic design you get to work with many business sectors, but one that I had never had contact with before was specialist logistics. Companies in this field have to really know their stuff and have an in depth knowledge of all of the wildly varying regulations regarding the transportation of hazardous cargo.

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A5 Car Care Guide

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12
May
2016

One of the biggest players in the Car Care industry, Dodo Juice, recently asked me to design a new Machine Polishing Guide. A 20 page A5 print job that will be distributed in all of Dodo's markets, this was a good multi page job that was enjoyable to work on. For the uninitiated, Machine Polishing.

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Attention to Detail

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19
Nov
2015

Just completed a really nice low run design and print job for Renovatio in Surrey. Renovatio specialise in detailing very high end luxury cars and as such their work and attention to detail is at artisan level. The two guys behind the business have been great to work with and receptive to ideas. The finished.

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Importance of Logo Design

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07
May
2015

A really interesting piece on the BBC today regarding the importance of professional logo design. So often an after thought or considered a long way down the list of critical business elements it shows just how much work goes in to creating truly global brand recognition and how, most interestingly, many companies don't particularly like.

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Charity Trackday T Shirt Design

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12
Feb
2015

Although the graphic design industry is about increasing awareness and therefore sales it's sometimes great to do something that will do some good beyond commerce. I was recently please to illustrate and create the design for the 2015 Mk1 Performance Conversions trackday t shirt which is entirely in aid.

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Airbus

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03
Dec
2014

Just completing some work for Airbus Defence & Space Portsmouth after a break of a couple of years. Previous work involved a large project that came about after a senor team member googled 'graphic designer portsmouth' and got in touch. That work proved very successful (and quickly expanded to other departments and UK Airbus teams).

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2015

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27
Oct
2014

The shops are (as usual) telling us that it is already Christmas with many of us groaning at the prospect of the festive season being forced upon us earlier and earlier. The retail groups will of course have started planning for their biggest time of year months ago, I used to work in retail and.

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Graphic Design History

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23
Oct
2014

I've just read a fantastic piece about the Graphic Artist Abram Games on the BBC website. I had seen some of this work before but was unaware of Games body of work. To learn that he was effectively thrown out of art school for being too progressive and then to understand the period when he.

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Is Design subjective?

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05
Aug
2014

It is a commonly held belief that graphic design is subjective, but it clearly is much more objective than people realise. Graphic design is not about pretty pictures and colours but about delivering a message to the right audience in the right way which requires consideration and experience. I know this probably just sounds like.

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