The celeb designer

“In the future everyone will be world famous for 15 mins” Andy Warhol I am not sure if Andy Warhol had a time machine but he sure was a visionary; he didn’t predict the social storm of fame but he envisioned everyone being famous or wanting to be. So, what does Andy Warhol have to…

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9 things Hip Hop taught me about graphic design

Follow my blog with Bloglovin An avid Hip Hop fan I can’t help but connect it with my passion for graphic design, heres a few principles it is taught me about being a better designer. 1- Remix, everything is a remix Lines, colour and shapes aren’t new, so just like Hip Hop samples beats from…

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Advice for new designers

Being new to something is always daunting , I’ve made so many mistakes as a new designer, here’s a few tips to set you off. Digital isn’t everything  Jump off the computer, go outside and get inspired the good old fashioned way. Use mixed media, incorporate drawing into your digital work, switch up your style,…

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Are business cards dead?

Picture 2016 and you meet someone that you want to do business with you leave them with a small piece of card, that they then go to their office and put in their rolodex or business card wallet of some sort, sounds redundant, imaginary and redundant. So the question pops up do we need business…

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Design reads #1 – Hegarty on creativity

Hegarty on Creativity: There are No Rules John Hegarty is an advertising icon, as co-founder and creative leader of Bartle Bogle Hegarty. Hegarty on creativity is sublimely concise and fits in your jacket pocket. It’s simplicity is what makes it a great read, its fast, straight to the point, poignant and wise. Playful text and…

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