Logo design for a water sports company.

Logo designs.

This was the outcome of my summer project, between the first and second year on my Graphic Design degree course. I have investigated contemporary graphic communication and found 30 practitioners/companies/collectives working in today’s industry. My research notes their specialisms, how the different professionals function and how they communicate their qualities, values and strengths. I have looked at how they demonstrate their knowledge, how and why they operate in a specific ways or disciplines of design. 

More of my Olympic design posters. The first two include black and white photography, where I have adjusted the contrast levels and removed the backgrounds. 

After looking back at my editorial design project, of which I had created a publication on London Waterloo’s Architecture, I found that I had a good amount of spare photos, imagery and ideas. So I decided to create another publication design.

By using my own modular typeface design, I have looked to change the appearance of the Olympic Logo. Here I have replaced the 5 rings with letters from my ‘CircleOne’ typeface in order to create words. The poster design reads; “The Great British Games”.

By using my own modular typeface design, I have looked to change the appearance of the Olympic Logo. Here I have replaced the 5 rings with letters from my ‘CircleOne’ typeface in order to create words. The poster design reads; “The Great British Games”.

Practicing my skills with Illustrator. Vector image of Messi, Barcelona ‘11.

Practicing my skills with Illustrator. Vector image of Messi, Barcelona ‘11.

Just practicing with Illustrator, by turning the photo into my own, cartoon version.

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Portrait work 2009/10.

Portrait work 2009/10.

Editorial Design Project; printed & bound. Visual / Primary Research, Process book and the publication itself.

Editorial Design Project. London Waterloo Publication.

Some more pics from Waterloo. My subject being Architecture.

Some of my photos from a trip to London Waterloo.

Modular Typeface Design Project.

Semiotics Project; Water