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Loaf lamp

Another project from college. This was to design lighting. I put a lightbulb inside a loaf of bread, apart from looking nice in the kitchen, it smells of baking bread.

New Designers 2007

I visited the New Designers Exhibition. Some really excellent work that got me excited about my upcoming Product Design degree. It made me realise how much I enjoy design as my brain started ticking over with new ideas. Some of the highlights for me was the work of Jonathan Aspinall and Mark John Fisher. Jon…

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Facebook T shirts make it into the Contagious magazine newsletter

Tucked away in this week’s Contagious magazine newsletter is a nice little mention of my Tshirts. Contagious is a great site, definitely worth checking out As always the T-shirts are at

Bizarre Russian Fanta ad

I’ve been invited by Russian advertising website Adme to write for the website, reviewing Russian advertising. This was one of the first to come across for Fanta. It’s fucking bizarre and I can only assume that the message is: Drink Fanta, enter a world of six armed DJs, people dancing on the ceiling and the…

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Another exceptional viral

Some have argued that the age of the viral as a way of marketing is coming to an end – there’s just too much content out there to get your message through. I would disagree. Youtube has just made it harder, for a viral to work nowadays it has to be truly exceptional and here…

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New prints

Have just collected my biggest run of prints yet – seven altogether. I’ve had two new ones made – I would have… and Woman in Lodge. Am really pleased with both of them. My aim this year was to increase the range of prints that I sell and the number of shops that I sell…

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cheerleaders need saving

The second clip, cheerleaders:

new wirebreakers clip

Three weeks into the campaign and the third clip has launched. So far it’s going well – about 50,000 views across all the channels that I’m seeding it to. Have had some really good coverage and the response has been good:

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