Typographie

For as long as I can remember, designing posters has been a regular medium in my career, in fact, it's becoming more of a hobby.

I couldn't section all the projects individually as there are far too many. Instead, I've handpicked my favourites and most popular and collated them into this project. Many of the following have been featured in several design publications and have also been sold to the masses globally – an outcome that I'm extremely humbled by.

Discipline

Typography
Print

Client

Self-initiated

Year

2015–2017

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365. Vol 2

This is a project of where I documented the previous 365 days, through reactionary typographic experiments. The concept and inspiration behind each individual print, came directly from memorable events and experiences.

The process I adopted was very abstract and unscripted. I made sure to not obsess over perfecting the layout, instead I let the moment control the direction and provide quick final outcomes.

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Wise Words

Every designer is familiar with labouring to the needs of difficult creative direction. Thus causing creative jitters, episodes of procrastination and internal deflation.

Inspired by my personal experiences of creative entrapment, I produced a series of motivational typographic prints to inspire designers, sourced from the wise words of industry heavyweights.

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Sans Serif Vol. 1

Driven by my inner frustration towards designers (and non designers) who neglect the importance of the practice, I produced a series of decorative prints to inform, promote and educate designers about the heritage of notoriously popular Sans-serif typefaces.

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Reactive Typography

In my spare time I thoroughly enjoy watching live music, going to the cinema and dining in the finest burger restaurants London has to offer.

However, I rarely do any of those activities because I always find myself glued to InDesign; putting together a 'quick' poster driven from a spontaneous idea, event or song. Here are some of the outcomes...

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