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An album cover design I did for the celebrated MC5 guitarist, Wayne Kramer.
I was living in London’s Notting Hill area and his record company was at the bottom of my street. Somehow, I managed to wangle my portfolio into their offices and this is the ensuing art.
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Some nice moves in this semi-animated 60′s cop show intro to I-Spy and the first interracial pairing in TV history
The amazing Saul Bass.
Despite the zero budget, this sequence is classy, sexy and, mixed with the music, iconic.
Stunning credit sequence from the master of the game, Maurice Binder.
Great song, arrangement and credits
A few mini symbols I penned for Postal Rampage back in the day.
A few sketchy ideas for our 2008 film club business cards. I’d often wanted to toy with the elements of what goes into a good business card and then I decided, fuck it, I’ll use a magazine-style template instead.
Rory Wilmer and myself have decided to create our own design magazine. Contributors to have to put their work through the ‘Filter’ before publication, thus ensuring graphic continuity throughout. Above are a couple of examples of my contributions.
Love the graphics in this live show
Back in 1914, Malevitch declared his “black Square’ was the full stop in Art. The same can be said for LIFE’s covers: the purity of their aesthetic has never been beaten. Their influence cannot be more heavily stressed – just look at the early covers for ZFK programmes.
As one of ZFK’s in-house art design team, I was called upon to design posters for the Manhattan Film Festival screenings in Prague this year. These soon became synonymous with the club and were subsequently used for leaflets, stickers and, eventually, banners for the ZFK blogsite.
This bitch was always too stuck-up to sit for me so I just went ahead and did her anyway. Great hair and cheekbones make my life so much easier.
This caught my eye whilst wandering aimlessly about the web. Very nice and in all my favourite colours, too.
Another poster for the ZFK screening of John Carpenter’s the Thing. One of the advantage’s of a DVD player is the ability to take a snapshot of any frame of the movie to use as elements of the work instead of having to rely on Google Images etc.
A nice balance of elements: minimal lay-out but with the graphic lettering to add a touch of motion.
ZFK showed Shane Meadow’s 80′s skinhead drama and this is the graphic we used for the posters etc. I think it’d make a great shirt.