A new personal project that I'll be adding to over the coming months... following Halley's Comet through space. First things first, I need our solar system... shouldn't take too long!
Logo for an online radio podcast group called intinn. Hosted and produced by Dermot Tobin and Pearse O'Caoimh, intinn is online radio that uses science and stories to help us understand ourselves, each other and the world we live in.
An Illustration for a John Hinde postcard of the Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland's west coast.
When you go to see Star Wars and fall in love with BB-8...
Naming and identity for a confectionery marketing consultancy. Completed at Dynamo.
Meteor, having primarily been aimed at the teen market was now following their audience into University and beyond. To reflect this change the new stores needed to appeal to a (slightly) more mature audience. As part of the design team working on the retail redesign for the Meteor Stores, we developed a new illustration style that could keep the humour and playfulness of the brand, suit the slightly more mature audience and not date in the stores. The concept was based around the customers social world and how communication devices were integrated into their lives for both work, study and play. I illustrated a bespoke cityscape for Dublin, Cork and Waterford representing this social world. The illustrations were used for 7 stores across the country, the largest being 10m in length. Illustrated in Dynamo.
Naming and identity for a new range of spray rendering equipment for the construction industry. Designed in Dynamo.
SynerChi Kombucha - The brief was to help DBKB Kombucha relaunch to the Irish market as SynerChi Kombucha with four new flavours. To reflect the product itself and its authenticity, a clean and simple identity was developed that had subtle hints of the Orient. Along with the identity, I developed a distinct watercolour illustration for each of the four flavours. Designed in Dynamo.
Background Illustrations for Bulmers range of Fruit Fusion Ciders. Illustrated in Dynamo.
Print for the Peachy Dublin Exhibition in aid of Aware. Boxes were placed in public spaces around Dublin and thoughts were collected. Inspired by "I wish I could have loved him longer". Nothing lasts forever and everything ends but wouldn't it be lovely if we could restart the countdown and get just a little more time for the things we love the most. The exhibition ran in Dublin for three days in May 2015.
The one that nearly happened and then didn't... As part of the interior graphics projects for a company in Dublin, I illustrated part of the city. The Illustration was intended for the boardroom wall, leaving blank spaces on some buildings so the client logos could be added and removed depending on meetings.
Screenprints: Frank. Cat. Mountains.