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Vanist 17

A photography project for Vanist clothing. Bringin their new products into 2017. I took photo’s of collected models from MMU. The photo’s featured on the online store and social media. #Photography #graphic #design #collage #clothing @vanistclothing A post shared by MZWK …

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Experimental territory

My uni work is reflecting in my own. These personal graphics are largely inspired by my subject in modern design. Incorporation of text and simple ways to portray idea and feelings. Solid and depth. #graphic #Design #block #colour #3d #liquid …

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Alphabet Project

For my first project at MMU we were tasked to create an alphabet set. The alphabet must be created from modular pieces. For my project I looked into the expression of swift calligraphy. The end product had to show our …

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Deadly Sins

7 deadly sins, as postcards. College graphics project to create a postcard for each of the deadly sins, I decided to illustrate mine. My main inspiration was Simon Prades simonprades.com

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Deer in simple line

Using a graphics tablet input I am able to draw directly into the computer. Whilst browsing Tumblr I noticed a popular theme for deer. I decided to draw one in my own style. There is a simple outline in white, …

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Bulls Head Halloween Poster

A Commission found by my Partner, for her old pub job. Feedback was very positive and was great seeing my work printed out and placed around the venue. I went for a slightly grungy vintage theme and made sure the text …

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Identity Project

Imagine forgetting your identity, loosing yourself. Going missing. Family and friends would worry where you are, report you missing. You wouldn’t remember anything of your previous life, completely unaware you are living a new identity, or maybe an old identity, someone …

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IKON Project

This project was largely inspired by the artist Victor Vasarely. The combination of simple shapes and working colour schemes really strike out to me as bold and bright. I was very interested in how Victor Vasarelys work tricked the eye …