Banks’s Brewery Leaflet

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Marston's Banks's Brewery Tour Leaflet

Brief and answer: I was asked to design a Banks’s Brewery leaflet (tri-fold DL) to entice customers to book their own tour, whilst freelancing at Vital Marketing. Utilizing the new brand style aimed engaging a younger audience, I made a big bold graffiti front. I used clear sectioning and use of sprays in the new brand colours for emphasis. The … Read More

Nurture Magazine

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Portland Hospital Nurture magazine

Brief and answer: Here I designed articles for Nurture Magazine, a parenting magazine for patients and parents at The Portland Hospital, a private hospital in London. Using the magazine style, I created more than half of three issues, thinking about consistency, about the clientele, the look and feel and the need to keep it fresh and varied throughout the pages. … Read More

Silver Lined Horizons

CatDouglas Front-end Web Design, Large Format, Logo & Brand, Packaging, Print

Chateez small keyring cards pack

Brief and answer: I’ve been creating graphics for Silver Lined Horizons since 2014 and it’s a pleasure to be active and support Natasha in the development of the business. The work has so far spanned business cards, flyers, report covers, roller banners, Chateez cards and packs, Mailchimp enewsletters, social media profiles and more. I brought in illustrative speech bubbles combined … Read More

Wealth Collection

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Wealth Collection magazine cover

Brief and answer: Design the latest issue of luxury lifestyle title The Wealth Collection, within the design template while giving each piece it’s own feel. For this issue I used the photography as inspiration for each spread’s design, keeping most palettes 2-colour, taking into consideration the adverts they accompany. Connoisseur was very image-heavy and required some artworking as well, David … Read More

Trees for Cities

CatDouglas Front-end Web Design, Infographics, Print

Trees for Cities Annual Report

Brief and answer: I originally started out as a tree planting volunteer for Trees for Cities back in 2007, later I did a few design projects including for their new volunteering initiative ‘Plant your future’ for 16-25 year olds. Inspired by graffiti, it shows growth from a shoot to a shrub. This worked well on the blue tees given out … Read More

idfx magazine

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IDFX Interior Design trade magazine

Brief and answer: Take up graphic designer role and layout idfx, an interior design professional’s magazine. In a pressed time period learn a brand new team’s work processes, the design and layout styles and get it done in the usual high standard but in record time. Due to unpredicted circumstances this magazine suddenly landed on my lap and in just … Read More

D&AD winner – Parlophone

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D&AD 1st prize winning project for Parlophone 2006

Brief and answer: Promote the Parlophone roster of artists at outdoor summer music festivals and events to drive music sales. What better way to encourage discussion around Parlophone’s (EMI) artist playlist amongst a forest of festival leaflets, than with innovative wearable ‘Ad-Masks’. Not only talking points and good old festival fun, there are other reasons to put on your iconographic … Read More

Marston’s

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Marston's Piledriver beer launch flyer

Brief and answer: Design various leaflets for Marston’s pub customers to engage with their offer and events. Brief and answer: Design and evolve The Word for Marston’s staff, Vital Marketing’s founding client and project way back when. 48 editorial pages, liasing with the editor and head of agency. I freshened the pages up, lighten and use the brand colours respectfully. … Read More

Tribe Magazine

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Tribe family magazine cover

Brief and answer: Tribe magazine had their logo, fonts and illustrations established. What they really needed was someone to push it forward and bring all their visions together to create a fun, inspiring and accessible family magazine.

Wedding Stationery

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Wedding invite design

Brief and answer: I’ve now design two very different concepts of wedding stationery, as shown. One is a delicate blue and white typography design with a unique use of two sweet origami cranes tailored to the couple’s tastes and venue, I suggested a ‘playlist’ field for guests to request the RSVP cards. The other is for my own wedding; a … Read More