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David

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The brief here was that “Hell inc”was loosing customers to “Heaven inc” and in order to steal them back Hell decided to re brand their most popular product “The 7 Deadly Sins”. We had to pick our sins out of a hat and I was landed with Greed. The idea was to re brand the sin in a Heavenly way to draw customers back. My initial ideas were along the lines of the “original sin” which could easily be put down to Greed. The concept that Eve had everything but this one thing. The apple in this case being represented by the Product. I thrashed around with ideas for products, namely handbags, clothes and jewellery. I finally decided on shoes because of the notion that women love shoes and that there is a certain level of Greed involved when it comes to the world of fashion. We only had 2 and a half days to do all this. From analysing the brief, research, development of ideas and final output. For a “back to term” project I found this brief a challenge but really enjoyable. I am also very pleased with the results.


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This was a stationary project called “Type Coach” . The coach will take a number of the world’s leading practising typographers and typographic designers on a tour of the UK and Ireland. Prearranged venues have been booked for two days each and participating students will have a mix of lectures and workshops given by the designers. ‘Type Coach’

needs to be promoted and therefore requires a visual identity and appropriate publicity. We had to design a letterhead, business card, compliments slip, invoice, envelope and a Logo.


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This was a stationary project called “Type Coach” . The coach will take a number of the world’s leading practising typographers and typographic designers on a tour of the UK and Ireland. Prearranged venues have been booked for two days each and participating students will have a mix of lectures and workshops given by the designers. ‘Type Coach’

needs to be promoted and therefore requires a visual identity and appropriate publicity. We had to design a letterhead, business card, compliments slip, invoice, envelope and a Logo.


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These two pages are just mood boards Surrealism and Constructivism


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These two pages are just mood boards Surrealism and Constructivism


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our This was a re-branding project. We had to pick out product and target market out of a hat. I got Lentils and my target market was 20-25 year old professional male. Once a concept was picked we

were asked to pick 3 styles to use in our posters, I chose Organic, Urban and Constructivism.


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This was a re-branding project. We had to pick our out product and target market out of a hat. I got Lentils and my target market was 20-25 year old professional male. Once a concept was picked we

were asked to pick 3 styles to use in our posters, I chose Organic, Urban and Constructivism.


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This brief was an exeresis to get us away from the computers and hand generate text using whatever media we wanted. We had to design an A3 poster for the lecture Series for contemporary design called “Design Culture Now� . I used spray paint and stencils for the main title and headings of lectures.


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Here I was given a brief to promote a new local business called “Cut and Curated� The idea behind the business was to get local Artists and recently Graduated students to exhibit their work as well as

sell it in is this new space. I was asked to deign a logo and create a Invitation and small brochure with a double page spread showing off two of the designers.


Packaging This was a client initiated project set by Tangent Graphic. The outline was that “Orphan One is a record label based in Glasgow who take on a wide variety of acts from the UK and beyond. Because the acts the label take on are so diverse, and cover so many genres of music, the label has a tight, unified approach to its marketing and design. All

artwork for albums and promotional materials follows a handmade style, encouraging innovative approaches and standout.� We were asked to create an album cover and CD art work along with an A3 poster.


Packaging The brief here was to design labels for a new Organic range. “Organic Gourmet� is a high quality food company specialising in supplying delicatessens, wholefood stores and good supermarkets. Sometimes these products are bought as gifts. Their market is often cookery enthusiasts. Here I tried to reflect the high quality produce with a simple design with a limited colour pallet which I think worked well.


Photography

These images are part of a series we used in to create a flash animation. All the images had to be hand generated. The only computer input would be to print the initial text, the rest had to created using any and all techniques available.


Photography

These images are part of a series we used in to create a flash animation. All the images had to be hand generated. The only computer input would be to print the initial text, the rest had to created using any and all techniques available.


Photography

These images are part of a series we used in to create a flash animation. All the images had to be hand generated. The only computer input would be to print the initial text, the rest had to created using any and all techniques available.


Photography

These images are part of a series we used in to create a flash animation. All the images had to be hand generated. The only computer input would be to print the initial text, the rest had to created using any and all techniques available.


Photography

These images are part of a series we used in to create a flash animation. All the images had to be hand generated. The only computer input would be to print the initial text, the rest had to created using any and all techniques available.


Photography

These images are part of a series we used in to create a flash animation. All the images had to be hand generated. The only computer input would be to print the initial text, the rest had to created using any and all techniques available.


Photography

These images are part of a series we used in to create a flash animation. All the images had to be hand generated. The only computer input would be to print the initial text, the rest had to created using any and all techniques available.


Photography

These images are part of a series we used in to create a flash animation. All the images had to be hand generated. The only computer input would be to print the initial text, the rest had to created using any and all techniques available.


Photography

These images are part of a series we used in to create a flash animation. All the images had to be hand generated. The only computer input would be to print the initial text, the rest had to created using any and all techniques available.


Misc

Ardbeg Isle of Islay

The Whisky Trail is a campaign to promote Scottish single malt whiskies. A free booklet, inside the Herald newspaper is to be designed as part of the campaign.I was asked to design a double page layout to promote the Ardbeg Whisky. Here are a selection of 4 of what I feel are the best layouts. The constraints on the

Ardbeg Isle of Islay

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layouts were that ALL pictures and body text were provided... I didnt feel I had complete control over the design but I am happy with the results.

Ardbeg Isle of Islay

Tasting Notes Ardbeg is considered by whisky connoisseurs to be not only the best of the Islay malts but the best whisky in the world. Ardbeg is known around the world as one of the peatiest, smokiest malts, in fact one of the most complex whiskies that exists. Yet it does not flaunt the peat; rather it gives way to the malt, the natural sweetness of which subtly intrudes, producing the perfect balance. The unusual spirit still

with its purifier, the only one of its kind on Islay, is what many believe contributes to this balance and complexity, making Ardbeg the malt to which all others aspire‌..truly the Ultimate Islay Malt.

Distillery History Who would believe that back in 1981, the distillery fell silent and was mothballed, with only very small scale distilling resuming in 1989. Between 1990 and 1996, it opened and closed with

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monotonous regularity, before finally closing, seemingly for good, in 1996. Fortunately in 1997, to the delight of fans all over the world Glenmorangie plc rescued Ardbeg and a team of dedicated souls set about repairing and reviving the distillery not to mention repainting it. And so once again Ardbeg flows freely. And in the The Old Kiln CafĂŠ Visitors from around the world will enjoy a warm welcome and a wee dram at the visitor centre. Old Kiln

Cafe you can enjoy a dram and Mary’s celebrated home-cooking. You can also tour the place with the distillery folk and pick up a bottle or two from the Old Kiln Shop, so do visit we’d love to see you. Visitor opening times September-May, Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm. JuneAugust, 7 days a week, 10am-5pm. Pre-booking for tours is advisable. Please note that the distillery closes during the Christmas holiday period.


Misc

Tasting Notes Ardbeg is considered by whisky connoisseurs to be not only the best of the Islay malts but the best whisky in the world. Ardbeg is known around the world as one of the peatiest, smokiest malts, in fact one of the most complex whiskies that exists. Yet it does not flaunt the peat; rather it gives way to the malt, the natural sweetness of which subtly intrudes, producing the perfect balance. The unusual spirit still with

its purifier, the only one of its kind on Islay, is what many believe contributes to this balance and complexity, making Ardbeg the malt to which all others aspire‌..truly the Ultimate Islay Malt. Distillery History Who would believe that back in 1981, the distillery fell silent and was mothballed, with only very small scale distilling resuming in 1989. Between 1990 and 1996, it opened and closed with monotonous regularity,

before finally closing, seemingly for good, in 1996. Fortunately in 1997, to the delight of fans all over the world Glenmorangie plc rescued Ardbeg and a team of dedicated souls set about repairing and reviving the distillery not to mention repainting it. And so once again Ardbeg flows freely. And in the The Old Kiln CafÊ Visitors from around the world will enjoy a warm welcome and a wee dram at the visitor centre. Old Kiln Cafe you can enjoy a dram and Mary’s celebrated

home-cooking. You can also tour the place with the distillery folk and pick up a bottle or two from the Old Kiln Shop, so do visit - we’d love to see you. Visitor opening times September-May, Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm. JuneAugust, 7 days a week, 10am-5pm. Pre-booking for tours is advisable. Please note that the distillery closes during the Christmas holiday period.

layouts were that ALL pictures and body text were provided... I didnt feel I had complete control over the design but I am happy with the results.

Ardbeg Isle of Islay

The Whisky Trail is a campaign to promote Scottish single malt whiskies. A free booklet, inside the Herald newspaper is to be designed as part of the campaign.I was asked to design a double page layout to promote the Ardbeg Whisky. Here are a selection of 4 of what I feel are the best layouts. The constraints on the

Tasting Notes Ardbeg is considered by whisky connoisseurs to be not only the best of the Islay malts but the best whisky in the world. Ardbeg is known around the world as one of the peatiest, smokiest malts, in fact one of the most complex whiskies that exists. Yet it does not flaunt the peat; rather it gives way to the malt, the natural sweetness of which subtly intrudes, producing the perfect balance.

its purifier, the only one of its kind on Islay, is what many believe contributes to this balance and complexity, making Ardbeg the malt to which all others aspire‌.. truly the Ultimate Islay Malt.

Distillery History Who would believe that back in 1981, the distillery fell silent and was mothballed, with only very small scale distilling resuming in 1989. Between 1990 and 1996, it opened and closed with The unusual spirit still with monotonous regularity,

before finally closing, seemingly for good, in 1996. Fortunately in 1997, to the delight of fans all over the world Glenmorangie plc rescued Ardbeg and a team of dedicated souls set about repairing and reviving the distillery not to mention repainting it. And so once again Ardbeg flows freely. And in the The Old Kiln CafĂŠ Visitors from around the world will enjoy a warm welcome and a wee dram at the visitor centre. Old Kiln Cafe you can enjoy a dram

and Mary’s celebrated homecooking. You can also tour the place with the distillery folk and pick up a bottle or two from the Old Kiln Shop, so do visit - we’d love to see you. Visitor opening times September-May, Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm. JuneAugust, 7 days a week, 10am-5pm. Pre-booking for tours is advisable. Please note that the distillery closes during the Christmas holiday period.

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