Wednesday, 10 February 2010


SMILES is finally launched and is being trailed across certain Lincolnshire schools, description of the project in written below


SMILES Front Cover
Contents page
SMILES map spread
1 of the relaxation spreads


SMILES spread
SMILES box work page
SMILES certificate at the back


SMILES book is finally completed and has been launched across certain Lincolnshire coast schools for 6-8 year olds.
The book is a re-worked version of the original with more attention to the illustrations, the style and generally the whole look of the book. The work books are divided into 6 colour coded sections and all have their own theme. At the back of the book are work pages that can be cut out and used like the SMILES box. At the end of the sessions each child can get their own certificate as recognition of completing SMILES

All the illustrations, layouts and the SMILES typeface has been created specifically for this project

This is really exciting opportunity for everyone take a look at some of the spreads

Monday, 15 June 2009

Dublin trip

We managed to cram quite a bit into a 48hr trip to Dublin here are a few photos from the trip;
graffiti on a set of doors
tulips in one of the parks
green irish post box
bluebells in another park

back of the theatre down a back street it had a little car parking space for about 2 cars and big boards for posters on the lower part of the wall which you can just see in the bottom right of the photo.

Madrid trip

These are some photos from a trip to Madrid a few months ago;
all the windows have something different in them usually plants, bikes and sometimes wheelie bins
in the botanical gardens
one of the many walls and doors plastered with new and old posters

Wednesday, 13 May 2009

"One in Four" project with CAMHS

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services asked me to design a set of t-shirts to promote a local mental health scheme under the title "One in Four". The scheme promotes and educates people that one in four people suffer from a mental health problem. The t-shirts are to be worn as by the group that initially came up with the slogan and concept for the design which is based on the Uncle Sam 'We want you war poster'.