Sunday, 27 January 2013

Museum of Zoology

I went to visit Ruby in Cambridge yesterday, but instead of going shopping and spending lots of money we went to the Museum of Zoology. It was excellent and I took a lot of photographs.

This elk is actually made of metal, it is not a skeleton.
Heart-shaped shell.
A piece of sea-tree.
A model of Cornish-style cliffs and mini-gulls.
And guillemots.
Pointing at fake sea.
It’s gotta be awkward having teeth that big.
I feel like this elephant is actually quite small…

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

FXU Awards

The FXU Awards are back in March this year and I have been working on a few promotional bits for it. Although I did the majority of it over the Christmas break, I have only just updated my website with the designs.

I strongly suggest that, if you have the power to vote (as in, if you are a current Fal/Exeter student), you vote for Sea Swimming for best sports club… and best society. And everything else.

Sunday, 20 January 2013

Yeah, another snow post

I realise I haven’t really posted anything design-related in a while, but the whole country (except Cornwall, but they may as well be their own country) has gone snow crazy. This is certainly the most snow I’ve witnessed at home since I was too young to remember. Plus it’s the first time I’ve had to drive in snow, which is… interesting.

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Stevington in Snow

It snowed on Monday, so Kat and I went out to explore at lunchtime. It was very pretty. Apparently more snow on the way for Friday.

The big building in the middle is emc design.

Sunday, 13 January 2013


I decided not to paint my concrete cow as a typical breed of cow – I was originally thinking about a Hereford cow (red/brown and white). Instead I decided to paint it as a superhero. I could have picked Wolverine, my favourite of all comic book heroes, but I think Batman works best.


Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Bon Voi Age

These posters make me want to jet off somewhere. Preferably somewhere with sunshine and warm sea (I’ve never swum in a warm sea – although I’m rather fond of the cold sea anyway).

Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Off The Map

It was only a matter of time before I posted these wonderful posters, featuring London’s disused tube stations, on my blog. Creative Review beat me to it, but I can’t fault them for doing what they do best.

The posters are designed by the talented Tom Wood, who just so happens to be a Falmouth graduate and the brother of one of my best friends. Good work, Tom.

“The London Underground is the world's oldest and longest serving underground system. 2013 marks 150 years since it all began.

The Tube has seen some of the biggest changes in society during its service. Ever-evolving demands have required a range of alternations to the Tube system, resulting in a wide range of disused stations.” Off the Map