A real mix of my recent and not so recent work - in no particular order of merit, but I'm hoping that will make it a bit more interesting - you never know what you'll come across next!
Below: just a Photoshop exercise - to brush up on my technique:
Greek & Pure Quality Foods.
Clapton "Area Action Plan" campaign ads
Living in Clapton I know how badly an Area Action Plan is needed.
The illustration was a simple pencil doodle I scanned and coloured in using Photoshop.
The one below was for email inclusion as well as print and web.
They've proved fairly successful in getting the message out and for explaining what an Area Action Plan is all about.
The photo montage was taken on a Canon D10, put together in Photoshop.
The site currently has some new pages: http:beecholme.blogspot.com and gets up to around 1,600 views a month. Not bad for a local issue site.
Of course, some visitors are attracted by more the general interest articles on subjects ranging from design to gardening.
The Clapton Arts Trust logo & launch.
See more visuals in separate project portfolio.
Below: the final logos, the second being for press/lower quality printing - created in Illustrator - finished in Photoshop:
Below: The final banner - about 7 foot high for the launch of the trust
It was used for the invitation to the launch, held in an old tram depot, with its cast iron beams and cast iron colonnade as illustrated.
The main center spread below is made up from five different photos - the van took three because the graphic is acually on the other side of the van and I had to collage in the driver, warping the door in Photoshop and hand drew the top of the door's window frame.
In fact the PVC print is the same material all road signs are printed on.
They have been a great success and proved very resisitant to scuffing or weathering, as you'd expect.
Below - a further mix of logos, photos, illusts, posters, ads.
(with an old magnesium bodied Canon EOS 10D)