It’s launch day!
35mmers is a little blog/collective/club i’ve recently put together as a side project because I love 35mm photography. Although it has been in discussion for quite some time now, I’ve found a little pocket of time to actually get it up and running.
Now this is very much in the beginning stages. At the moment I have set up the blog, twitter and instagram pages but hopefully in the future this will expand into a fully fledged website with forum and maybe even a shop.
The dream is to get some more people into the medium. To go out with an SLR camera and actually explore your surroundings and the way different light can dramatically change the atmosphere.
Plans also include photography meets, trips and even an exhibition but those things will come in time.
Please feel free to check it all out. It’s also up on my website.
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After spending the last week or so firmly glued to my computer screen, I am proud to say I finally have a new website!
This version has been brought right up to date with a minimalist feel, clear layout and all my recent work. It also features a brand new online shop and newly redesigned blog. All of which, will be can be easily updated as things get signed off.
I’m currently working on a whole bunch of branding projects for some very exciting clients, artwork for an up and coming UK band, whilst also planning some new personal work.
Keep your cursors poised and thanks for taking a look.
Recent location scout in Somerset.
Heading to the Trick or Treat exhibition this Thursday night to hang with some of my favourite ghouls and check out their artwork.
Existing logo I reworked recently for the launch of Daniel Broadley's new website.
I then developed both concepts into consistent and professional social media graphics which represent the quality of work on offer from this talented director.
Next steps are to finalise the brand guidelines and corporate stationery. www.danielbroadleyfilms.com
Promo artwork I did for Meadowlark recently. These guys have just released their new track ‘I’ve Got You’ and personally it’s one of my favourites from this relatively new band. It’s a proper ‘feel good’ kind of song and will no doubt get your head bobbing and feet stomping.
It’s also available to download for free. How good it that?
Meadowlark are also touring in november with the likes of Gabrielle Aplin and Lewis Watson throughout the UK, so check them out, download the track and pick up some gig tickets.
It’s always a pleasure to work with such lovely folk.
I think autumn might be my favourite season. So beautiful.
Currently working of some exciting projects, which involve a lot of leaves. I haven’t picked up a paint brush in so long but it feels great.
It definitely aids your creative side to break away from a computer occasionally and get your hands dirty!
My sister got engaged last christmas and recently asked me to design her ‘Save The Dates’. As you can imagine I was delighted and jumped at the opportunity„, If you can’t use your skills to help your friends or family once in a while then what’s the point in having them.
It was a chance to do something a little different for me and that’s never a bad thing. Developing my skills and inspiring others to create are probably my ultimate goals amongst other more personal ones.
So above is the design I came up with. Starting as a sketch (as always), followed by fine liners, scanning and a whole heap of digital post-production using Illustrator.
Luckily, my sister loved the designs and I sent them off to Ripe Digital to be printed. They suggested using some really nice ‘Tintoretto Gesso’ textured paper stock and basically turned the job around in record timing! I couldn’t be happier with the result.
I love saturdays where it’s miserable outside and I’m tucked away in my creative cave donning vast amounts of knitwear and drinking strawberry milk.
Branding for a new ‘Fro-Yo’ company opening in Australia. Colour palette was determined by both myself and the shop interior designer. Can’t wait to see it all up and running.
A little while back I redesigned the We Heart Arts logo for my good friend Tony. This week he was nice enough to send me a little care package with lots of printed goods inside.
The package contained some of the flyers and stickers I made up for him, which were then printed by the one and only Awesome Merchandise.
'R is for… Roller Skates'
My ‘AwesomeBet’ print just got released officially over on the We Heart Arts website. It was a great project to involved in and the artwork produced so far is really impressive.
Go take a look, familiarise yourself with the cause and part with some pennies!
Teaser of a little something I’m currently working on to be released soon
Just wrapped this fella up for the We Heart Arts ‘Awesomebet’ Project.
Had a lot of fun creating this piece and it feels good to contribute towards such a great charity.