Here’s an exhibition I worked on that is up at the Community Gallery in Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery (BMAG) until 13th December. It talks about prayer and religions around the Birmingham area, and why, how and where we pray.
There’s too much to show for Tumblr, so take a look here at the Behance page:
The exhibition changed format a few times throughout the development, so I’ve put a lot of work-in-progress images on there.
Here’s another project I’ve been doing in batches, over the past few months. GUR Sewing Machines wanted a bunch of web banners made for the machines they offer.
You can see some more stuff for this over at:
Spent the last few days rendering out some of the work I’ve been doing recently. I’ve always enjoyed doing this kind of stuff, kind of the like the conclusion to a project… going into 3ds Max, figuring out cool camera angles, different lighting setups. Switching the perspective for next image down the line, but keeping the background as if it’s flat, is another thing I seem to be doing now, rather than just standard left/right/back/front profile images of the work.
Anways, this was a double-sided brochure I did for Keys Court. I really enjoyed this somewhat scaled down project, coming up with lots of variations of the layout quickly.
I also did some 3ds Max renders during the development of the final idea and sent them over to the client, which they found very helpful. I too find it helpful. I’m not 100% sure, but I think when the design is rendered out onto a plane, and the ‘paper edges’ are visible, it puts the actual design into a sort of framework where your brain can imagine much better what the text size will actually look like, rather than looking at it in Photoshop from a birds-eye-view.
You can find some more renders here:
Third Children of Bodom poster, taken from the song “Next In Line”.
Quote @ 1:25
See the first 3 over at my Behance page:
See more of this project over at my Behance page:
Nico Rosberg’s helmet for 2014.
Nice little thing there with the ‘-co’.
The VJM07. The first proper image of any 2014 car, and it has to be said Force India’s livery this year looks amazing. I’ve never really liked the white that was plastered all over the previous iterations, and as an old art teacher used to say to me, “white paper is boring paper”.
The area around the exhaust especially, with green and white rhombus-looking shapes is going to look great. However, even with this picture it’s hard to say how the much-anticipated noses of 2014 cars are going to look, but there does seem to be a clear shadow under “-tana” sponsor…
It’s that time of year again when F1 begins to kick back into action over a few months, starting with the reveal of the much anticipated 2014 cars. Ferrari have put up a nice little HTML-5 mini-site for theirs, complete with all the latest trends in web design: respsonsive to browser dimensions, zooming in images with transparency, layers, smooth transistions everywhere and multiple backgrounds per page.
F14 T has a nice sound to it.
And another for this classic:
A quick poster I came up with from the song Transference:
Children Of Bodom - Transference
See more of this project over at my Behance site:
Work in progress of an upcoming project.
Throughout the 2 years of college my use of Adobe Illustrator to create artwork was limited, only really when directly required to use it. Now that I have some more time I’m beginning to make better use of it.
See more from this project at my Behance site: