This makes more sense if you see it up on a wall…
Now Play This is a festival about games and play, taking place at Somerset House. I did their identity.
Design for the ever magnificent Bleep.com. T shirts bags and stickers available here. Have a look out the other designs too. They are all very nice. I particularly like the Sawdust one.
In my design the silver colour represents water. Water coming to our planet on a bunch of comets and then water dwelling underground in humungus aquifers. Both things that are a very big part of what water has been up to in the last 5 billion years but that you don’t tend to think about so much when you are thinking about water.
I love Guitar Pedals! This is a close up from a very large mural that I designed for Three. Here is another one:
This is my favourite Wild Rumpus poster yet. I got a bit carried away with the phoney screen-print look but, well I don’t care any more….Buy a ticket!
Look at these bewildered animals! They don’t know what the hell is going on. Not unlike many of the journalists tasked with reviewing Hohokum. Still, I am broadly happy with how our game has been received. We always knew that there would be a fair amount of WTFing and blinding.
And some people have written insanely lovely things. Here are some of my favourites:
Hohokum, the game that I have been working on since 1996* is finished and comes out in just under two weeks.
This image is one of my favourite bits of Hohokum artwork. It is a thing that I made especially for the cover of the soundtrack vinyl. I’m putting it here, partly because I am inordinately excited about the soundtrack record but also because I love the image. It is kind of a weird twist on something in the game. Something that people still haven’t really seen…
(*feels like it anyway.)
I just found out that Imitone, the music making app that I have been doing the visual design for, has reached it’s funding target in just under a week! It has been a really interesting project to work on for many reasons. Evan, the guy behind it is a genius and a really inspiring dude to work with. Another cool thing is the way in which I worked on the logo for the app and the main visual element of the app in parallel…