Some quick sneak peaks at the re-branding program that is happening at my current job. Should be allot more together and cleaner than the current look they have,
I have been doing design work for Brecon Jazz Club on and off for years now This was a look at the last few bits of work I have done for them, Concept posters for their evening events and the poster design for Brecon Jazz 2018
Have been looking into animation nodes for blender recently and I have finally got a result out worth sharing. Hope you like this diner themed build in. On the back of my instagram post I have had a request to re-do this piece. It is for use in a music video and you can catchContinue reading “Flamenco Hotel”
From working at a stationers that deals with fine pens, I have been aware of the concept of Penmanship- the act of writing with the hand. But what about the idea of drawing with the hand, or the art of drawing letters – not writing? I coin the word Pencilmanship to describe this act becauseContinue reading “New Concept”
New project, putting my new art pen to use.
To celebrate the first year of Bartrums (Im very early with this, Its not for Another three weeks!) I decided to get some celebration pencils, that’s Tombow 100 year celebration pencils and re-visit some formal script work. These pencils performed excellently, they fill very evenly and put up with my heavy hand very well considering how IContinue reading “Celebrating Bartrums”
Bit of type created with a Caran d’Ache Pop line Pencil for a review of the said pencil
Not my strong point, but have to venture there today… The rough beginings of a victoriana piece of lettering for a client.
A quick piece of work for a friend. Fountain pen and Ink and brush on laid paper.
The second whatever. This was about contrast originally, but I wanted to focus on classical typography white letter specifically, so I dug out my Printing Design and Layout and found this passage. I used Baskervill as it is a classic font with good contrast between the thicks and the thins. Brief: Two point sizes, TwoContinue reading “The Weekly Whatever”