Orangegodd IS Craftyfish. [...]
Almost every day my cycle route takes me through the heart of the 19th and 20th arrondissements. From Blvd Ménilmontant via Blvds Belleville and Villette on towards Stalingrad via Jaurès, this is not a place for the faint of heart. [...]
Just in case anyone thought that I wasn’t keeping my eye in recently, I post for your enjoyment an experimental typography project that until recently remained 1’s and 0’s and seemed destined to live forever in the dark recesses of Binary Land. [...]
Always nice to see some really well done Photoshop montage shizzle. This is a great example for the upcoming Canal Plus docufiction (!) ‘Paris, La ville a remonter le temps’. [...]
There seems to be something in the air recently! Another logo project, this time for a high fashion boutique selling shoes and accessories for the discerning lady. [...]
When, for experimentations sake I overlaid some grid combinations that I had concocted for my current web project it took me back down memory lane. [...]
Just a little detail from from a recent project I was working on for one of those large global corporations that supply you with all the consumer products you love. You know the one. It’s BIG! Hair, shaving, beauty, laundry etc etc. [...]
See the full 17,000px wide panoramic on Flickr (5Mb)
Well, I have been honoured and privileged to have had the opportunity to feast on this wall of creativity pretty much every day for the last year. Ever changing and morphing into different forms, Rue des Pyrenées has been a vast canvas for urban essays issuing from the cans of some of the finest street artists in Paris. [...]
A random project experiment found skulking on my Mac’s hard drive in a dusty folder of unfinished work. A colour halftone based on a sonogram from DJ Gunshot’s Wheel ‘N’ Deal sample of [...]
In between designing a wicked London-based iOS/Android app for a not so mysterious Russian Billionaire (details to follow soon) and knocking out some designs for France 3 [...]
A fascinating retrospective of the Czech toy Designer Libuše Niklová who designed ground breaking flexible toys from the 50’s to the 1980’s. [...]
This is so lovely it makes me want to shout from the rooftops about it!
CentQuatre on rue d’abervilliers in the 18eme arr continually puts out stunningly designed advertising. This is no exception. [...]
It’s a bit of a mouthful- the name of the airport 45 minutes outside of Oslo. ‘Moss Airport Rygge’. Thankfully those in charge of the airport branding didn’t try and cram it all into the logo. [...]
Beautiful type, harmonised colours and some pleasing symmetry announcing the fact that one is about to embark on a wonderous train journey up a mountain from Flåm to Myrdal in the heart of Fjord country. Gotta love the simplicity!