Art direction, icons and infographics for a website celebrating the rich history of this
An interactive digital experience takes visitors on an animated journey through the World Of Santam - educating and entertaining users with bright and rich graphics.
Agency: Punk / King James Creative Director: Matt Ross
FieldCandy & Company Magazine
A limited edition tent designed in collaboration with the amazing people from FieldCandy.
FieldCandy collaborated with Company Magazine UK to create a unique concept tent based around current trends in textiles and fashion. I was asked to realise the concept by producing this intricate, colourful design for the flysheet.
A series of personal artworks exploring the theme of heroes and villains in modern film and television.
These characters, for the most part are portrayed in such a way that the viewer is confronted with an ambiguity. They are heroes as much as they portray sinister values. The viewer is torn between a sense of empathy with the character, and a sense of distrust because of the character's dubiety.
Series 1 Jesse Pinkman & Walter White Breaking Bad (2008) - Vince Gilligan
Series 2 Charlie Bronson Bronson (2008) - Nicolas Winding Refn
Series 3 Doug Bukowski The Hills Have Eyes (2006) - Alexandre Aja
Series 4 Cartoonhead Ideal (2005) - Graham Duff
Lost In The Fall
Album design and art direction for The Dirty Skirts.
I was asked to provide art direction for this legendary South African band's latest record, Lost in The Fall. I wanted to convey the language of the music, which manifested in themes of sacred geometry, nature and dark mysticism.
In these scenes we tried to create an abstract world that reflects the electronic genre. We wanted to develop a unique mood and direction that would stand out from other band/promotional photo shoots. Using a combination of digital illustration and hand made props and objects on a very low budget we created the scenes you see alongside.
I was commissioned to create a visual language for the mobile provider, Freeep - A network startup initially based in Austria, catering to the whole of Europe.
The brand already had a basic logo, but needed color and a strong graphic language to stand out from competitors. The standard aspects of a corporate identity were also required, but had to support the same "exciting" language seen in the initial concepts.